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What is the substitution principle of inductance?

What is the substitution principle of inductance?

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An inductor (Inductor) is a device capable of converting electrical energy into magnetic energy.
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The inductor is similar in structure to the transformer but has only one winding.
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Inductor has a certain inductance, it only hinder the current changes
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If the inductor is in the absence of an electric current, it will try to block the current flowing through it when the circuit is switched on; if the inductor is in the state of current passing, it will try to keep the current constant when the circuit is disconnected.
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