This is an electronics engineering related question but it is mostly mathematical so I thought I should post it here. Hopefully you know something about electronics to help me.
What I cannot figure out is how to calculate the time it takes an Inductor to fully discharge into a Capacitor that it is charging up. Assume that the capacitor does not discharge back into the inductor like a simple LC Resonant Tank circuit.
Inductor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Capacitor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
LC Resonant Tank circuit:
LC circuit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
L - denotes the inductance of an inductor.
C - denotes the capacitance of a capacitor.
Hopefully I have posted enough info to get the ball rolling.
Your help is greatly appreciated.