From: email@example.com (The little lost angel)
Subject: Re: Problems with Electronics Workbench - timestep errors
Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 08:08:42 GMT
Organization: Yes please, I'm quite disorganized & lost at the moment
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On Wed, 9 Oct 2002 07:47:00 +0100, "Kevin Aylward"
>You should have ran some of the examples first. I always do this when
>checking out other packages.
Well, obviously the examples worked... but that doesn't tell me how to
use it :)
All I know is SuperSpice work, which is expected, but for a newbie
like me, it's not very friendly which is the point I think we're on
The pros in all likelihood already have a preferred spice simulator.
While newbies like me are still looking for one that would work for
basic stuff as well as eventually more complex stuff.
If we can't get something to work somewhat on a trial and error basis,
eventually I expect most of us would simply get the program with the
most reference books in the local bookstore or most web resources.
>You obviously had an error in the circuit. Did you place a ground?. This
>is why you should run examples first to get a feel of what is going on.
>No program is fool proof. You can still wire up a circuit that wont
True. But I took the circuit off the net so I expected it to work :)
I expect to see a graph pop up that says DC when I do the run thing
and alt click on the resistor... but I get AC analysis instead.
I tried using the AC sine wave generator, connected both ends of it to
the diode rectifier which was connected to a resistor. Didn't work.
Connected only the +ve end of it to the rectifier, the -ve to ground.
Put the loose end of the rectifier to ground. Didn't work either, and
for some reason I really didn't think the circuit should be that way
>Click on in top horizontal area of the graph, and press delete. There is
>a grab region like the top part of any Windows window.
It took me a while to figure out after posting the last message. It's
Click and HOLD, then press delete. The instructions made it seem to be
simply click (which implies press and release) then delete.
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