1-once voltage is impressed on both inductor and capacitor at t=0+,capacitor branch sends current to one end of the inductor while another current is send down the other end of the inductor,therefore the 2 cancels out(same in magnitude opposite in direction)?? am i right or wrong??
2-if i am nearly right with the above and that both current cancels out then their associated magnetic field would also cancels out ?? right or wrong?? and if so where from do we get the magnetizing current necessary to work the motor???
3-i red on your notes"the capacitor provide current that leads the voltage.this combines with the current associated with the magnetic fields that lags the voltage and cancels it out, if sized correctly"
my question no 2 is only to fully understand your above statement .
please attend to my specific questions without much math and i really thanks you in advance for doing the effort for me .