Circuit Challenge 3

Consider the circuit shown below.

Initial Conditions
The switch has been open a long time.
There is no charge on the capacitor; therefore its voltage is 0V.
The voltage on the capacitor is not changing; therefore there is no current in the capacitor.
No current is flowing in the loop; therefore there is no energy in the inductor.
The current is not changing in the loop; therefore there is no voltage on the inductor.
To summarize:  This circuit is at rest.  Except for the battery, not one scintilla of energy can be found in the network.

Circuit Elements
The battery is ideal (no resistance, no inductance, and the voltage is invariant with load)
The switch is ideal (∞ Ohms when open, 0 Ohms when closed, no inductance, no bounce)
The diode is ideal (no forward voltage drop, infinite reverse breakdown, no capacitance)
The inductor is ideal (no resistance, no capacitance, and L is a fixed value)
The capacitor is ideal (no resistance, no inductance, and C is a fixed value)
The wire is ideal (no resistance, no inductance)

The Challenge
At time t=0 the switch is closed, and it remains closed.  You are to answer the following questions:

1.  What is the maximum voltage that will appear on the capacitor?
2.  When (t=?) will this maximum voltage appear?
3.  What maximum current will flow in this circuit?
4.  When (t=?) does this maximum current flow?