What will be steady state capacitor voltage?
My hit at the solution:
The static resistance of the diodes come into action causing a large current to flow across the diodes ( assuming diode isnt damaged) the voltage initailly at the input of LC circuit is 6v which appears across the inductor causing the current to increase ,eventually charging the capacitor to 6v. Also,when the current in LC goes negative,the Diode D2 does provide a path which would mean current in LC ciruit should be sinusoidal!
1) What happens after the cap reaches 6v ,the inductor current is still non-zero right?
which would mean the cap should continue charging?
2) How is steady state achieved in the circuit?
3)Why does cap stop charging at 6 volts?
4)Will the current oscillate in the LC part?