A series circuit with resistance R, Inductance L and electromotive force E is governed by the differential equation L di/dt+Ri=E, where L and R are constants and initially the current ‘i’ is zero. Find the current at any time t

## Question

## Question

A series circuit with resistance R, Inductance L and electromotive force E is governed by the differential equation L di/dt+Ri=E, where L and R are constants and initially the current ‘i’ is zero. Find the current at any time t

## Topic

Flow of Electricity in L-R circuits

## Problems of Flow of Electricity in L-R circuits

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