Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Tadej Tuma, Árpád Bűrmen|
|Series||Modeling and simulation in science, engineering and technology, Modeling and simulation in science, engineering & technology|
|LC Classifications||TK7874.654 .T86 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|ISBN 10||0817648666, 0817648674|
|ISBN 10||9780817648664, 9780817648671|
|LC Control Number||2009926302|
Title: Circuit Simulation with SPICE OPUS, Theory and Practice Series: Modeling and Simulation in Science, Engineering and Technology Authors: Tadej Tuma, Árpád Bûrmen , Approx. p. illus., Hardcover ISBN: , A Birkhäuser book Download simulation examples from chapter 7 (exampleszip 23KB)More about the book. This book is a unique combination of a basic guide to general analog circuit simulation and a SPICE OPUS software manual, which may be used as a textbook or self-study reference. The book is divided into three parts: mathematical theory of circuit analysis, a crash course on SPICE OPUS, and a complete SPICE OPUS reference guide. Circuit Simulation with SPICE OPUS Tadej Tuma and Árpád Bürmen. Although written to support Spice Opus, much of the discussion in this book is applicable to other Spice 3f5 derivatives such as MacSpice. It includes a discussion of the basic mathematics of circuit analysis. Basic overview SPICE OPUS is a free general purpose circuit simulator specially suited for optimization loops. It is a recompilation of the original Berkeley source code for Windows and Linux operating systems. Later Georgia Tech Research Institute's XSpice mixed-mode simulator was added to the Berkeley code.
SPICE OPUS is a circuit simulator available in two versions: (i) SPICE OPUS Lite; and (ii) SPICE OPUS Pro. It is a recompilation of the original Berkeley’s source code for Windows 95/98/NT and Linux operating systems with Georgia Tech Research Institute’s XSPICE mixed-mode simulator. SPICE (" Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis ") is a general-purpose, open-source analog electronic circuit simulator. It is a program used in integrated circuit and board-level design to check the integrity of circuit designs and to predict circuit behavior. Some are electric circuit simulator, some are electronic circuit simulator, some spice circuit simulator, and some power electronic circuit simulator. The simple circuit simulator listed here let you carry out only one type of circuit design and simulation, while the advanced ones can carry out circuit simulation for multiple types of circuits. The book is divided into three parts: mathematical theory of circuit analysis, a crash course in SPICE OPUS, and a complete SPICE OPUS reference guide. Circuit Simulation with SPICE OPUS is intended for a wide audience of undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and practitioners in electrical and systems engineering, circuit design.
Circuit Simulation with SPICE OPUS: Theory and Practice (Modeling and Simulation in Science, Engineering and Technology)/5. SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) is an algorithm developed at Berkeley University of California, and is the core of the best software of electronic electronic simulator is a program that allows you to draw a schematic circuit and, through mathematical model libraries associated with devices, allows you to simulate the components behavior and the global. Aimed at novices as well as professional circuit designers, the book is a unique combination of a basic guide to general analog circuit simulation and a SPICE OPUS software manual. All simulations as well as the free simulator software may be directly downloaded from the SPICE OPUS homepage: Circuit simulation with SPICE OPUS is a book intended to a wide audience ranging from undergraduate students to IC designers, researchers and simulator developers. This book can be also useful to other commercial SPICE users for additional insight into SPICE internals and may help explain certain issues with other version of SPICE.".