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Diode with Inductive and Capacitive Load problem. @ time =0, SW Closed, Io=0, Vo=0, determine i(t), vc(t), vL(t) and plot the graph of the given circuit parameters.

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    Do you want to know the voltage drops on different components or something else..?

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    Would like to know the solution on how the current i(t), vc(t), vL(t) could be solved through Laplace transformations. Which should we consider solving first? Anyway, thanks for helping. :-)

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    You can use differential equations as well but for answer of this question the voltage drop on the diode will be .7 volts and as Inductor in DC behaves as short circuited element so there will be no drop in the inductor so the total voltage remaining after diode drop is 99.3 which will will at capacitor.

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