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A Pure Inductive Circuit (PIC) is a circuit which has no capacitance Or resistance , In This use only quantity in the circuit is inductance (L). It can be described as a circuit that does not contain any other component. The current in this type of circuit lags behind the voltage by 90 degrees.

This is a modern take on inductive circuits. The capacitance and resistance are not present in the circuit, The Circuit Contains an inductor and voltage source. so you need to build the circuit so that it has an inductance and an electric field. Then after, Find the required phase difference. In case of purely capacitive circuits, the current of the circuit leads the voltage by π2π2. And in case of purely resistive circuits, there is no phase change i.e. both the voltage and current have the same phase angle.

The power in an inductive circuit is always positive. Because of this, the instantaneous power is always positive. That means if the inductance of an inductive circuit is zero, there will be no current flowing through it. If the inductance of an inductive circuit becomes zero, there will be no voltage passing through it.

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