Under steady state AC voltage and current is there a voltage drop across an inductor? I konw the voltage drop across an inductor is related to the rate of change in current across the inductor but since the current is AC then there is constantly a rate of change?
If I have a series circuit and the inductor makes up 50% of the circuit impedance does this mean that under steady state AC conditions the voltage drop across the inductor will be half the drop across the entire circuit?
If I have a series circuit and the inductor makes up 50% of the circuit impedance does this mean that under steady state AC conditions the voltage drop across the inductor will be half the drop across the entire circuit?