From: firstname.lastname@example.org (The little lost angel)
Subject: Re: Problems with Electronics Workbench - timestep errors
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 19:45:14 GMT
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On Fri, 11 Oct 2002 17:21:42 +0100, "Kevin Aylward"
>Enable the DC operating points, which is the blue "OP" button.
>After the run double-click on the graph and go to the Signals tab.
What should the graphs be?
I searched for another AC/DC diode bridge rectifier schematic,
rejected a few before one showed where the ground was supposed to
be... on one end of the resistor.
I did this on SuperSpice with a AC Sine wave generator (230V,
230V 50Hz, AC Value vs Amplitude what's the difference?), a preset
diode bridge, a 1K resistor.
The two graphs that get spit out is Transient and DC Transfer
Characteristics. The Transient shows nothing. DC shows Mag/Real DC
Sweep, a unitary slope from 200v/200V to 300V/300V
I tried increasing the Transient Stop time to 1msec, since
that's how I got something the last time. But nothing on the transient
graph. Neither does changing the Vac to 5Khz.
>Check the "display" "magnitude\real" onthis entry at it will display the
>the voltage (vd) accross d2
The strange thing is I only have r1[i] and r1[p], no VD
If I had seen vd, I would have used it a lot earlier!
The strange thing about the graphs is they are both using the same
thing for x/y axies...
I tried to double click on the axis in an attempt to change it
and SuperSpice just dies on me. I restart it, it showed the older
version schematic, I load the new one and SS basically hangs on me
with a Server is busy message with the cancel button gray out... (I
thought I would only see those in a browser *grinz*)
I'd try the other suggestions/methods later after I get SS to
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