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  1. mohannikhil

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    i would like to know how to get steady flow of ac current from a capacitor...i think that it will be done if inductor is connected in series with capacitor in ac circuit..please give me a suggestion....i also want to know what happens when inductor is streched to form a wire and again recompressed to form an inductor at a very fast rate..in an ac circuit....i am expecting suggestions from you people and also the solutions as fast as possible.......
    thank you............
     
  2. SgtWookie

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    Capacitors block DC, and pass the effects of AC. A capacitor is not an oscillator.

    As an inductor is stretched, its inductance rapidly drops.
    If it is re-wound, its inductance increases.
    If this happens more than a few times, the wire crystallizes and breaks. Then you have two wires in an open circuit.

    Please do not post your question more than once.
     
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