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Is there no induced voltage in an inductor unless the current is changing?

In an ideal inductor, no, there is no voltage induced across an inductor unless the current in the inductor is changing. However, since there are no ideal inductors nor power supplies, eventually an inductor will draw a constant current, i.e. the limit of the power supply; and, since no inductor has zero ohms at equilibrium, that current will translate to voltage.

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