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Inductive Kickback

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citfta:
This thread is to discuss what direction the current flows during inductive kickback.  Or to put it another way, as the magnetic field collapses which way does the current flow?

The definition of an inductor is that an inductor opposes change in current flow.  This would imply that as voltage is removed from an inductor the inductor would then try to keep the current flowing in the same direction until the magnetic field is exhausted.  This can be proven with experimentation.

So let the discussion begin.  Do you agree or disagree with this description of how an inductor works?  Please explain why you agree or disagree.  Please keep your comments to a technical discussion and not get into name calling if you disagree with someone.

Respectfully,
Carroll

synchro1:
Can you supply me with any links to support your theory that current and voltage can share opposite polarities?

seychelles:
THE CURRENT REVERSE FROM ITS ORIGINAL DIRECTION.

seychelles:
THE THEORY OF MAGNETIC SPIN. SO IF THE SPIN IS CW WHEN THE
CURRENT IS APPLIED THE BEMF SPIN ANTICLOCKWISE VICE VERSA.
WHEN CURRENT IS APPLIED ETHER IS FORCE OUT AND WHEN CURRENT
IS OF ETHER SPRING BACK..THERE AMEN.

seychelles:
HE KNOWS WHAT HE IS TALKING ABOUT EVEN IF I DO NOT UNDERSTAND IT
100% HE IS A GENIUS..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KooPsEE7E-Q

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