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Q.What is the DC bias characteristic of an inductor for power circuits?

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A. When DC bias current is applied to an inductor, magnetic permeability decreases as the magnetic material approaches magnetic saturation, which reduces inductance. This is referred to as the DC bias characteristic.
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