PSpice for Basic Circuit Analysis with CD by Joseph G. TrontPSpice for Basic Circuit Analysis with CD by Joseph G. Tront

PSpice for Basic Circuit Analysis with CD

byJoseph G. Tront

Book & Toy | December 19, 2005

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This practical PSpice manual, updated to support the latest release of OrCAD Pspice introduces students to the fundamental uses of this book in support of basic circuit analysis. The organization allows readers to advance quickly to solving a variety of circuit analysis problems. The modular approach allows this hand-on reference to be used with any introductory circuits text.
Title:PSpice for Basic Circuit Analysis with CDFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:9.1 × 7.2 × 0.3 inPublished:December 19, 2005Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0073263192

ISBN - 13:9780073263199

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 Background

1.2 The Design Process

1.3 Appropriate Use of CAD

1.4 Versions of SPICE and Limitations

Chapter 2 Getting Started

2.1 Circuit Description

2.2 Specifying the Analysis

2.3 Simulation Results

2.4 Generating the Simulation File by Hand

Chapter 3 Simple DC Circuits

3.1 Independent Sources

3.2 Dependent Sources

3.3 Thevenin Equivalent Circuits

3.4 Norton Equivalent Circuits

Chapter 4 Other DC Analyses

4.1 DC Sweep Analysis

4.2 DC Sensitivity Analysis

4.3 Simulating Resistor Tolerances

Chapter 5 Operational Amplifiers

5.1 Simple Op Amp Model

5.2 Library Models for Op Amps

5.3 Using PSpice Subcircuit Models

Chapter 6 Time Domain Analysis

6.1 Source-Free RL Circuits

6.2 Source-Free RC Circuits

6.3 Source-Free RLC Circuits

6.4 Time-Varying Sources

6.5 Circuits with Time-Varying Sources

Chapter 7 Frequency Domain Analysis

7.1 Frequency Response

7.2 Bode Plot of the Frequency Response

Chapter 8 Fourier Series

8.1 Basic Analysis

8.2 Fourier Circuit Analysis

Chapter 9 Mutual Inductance and Transformers

9.1 Modeling Mutual Inductance

9.2 Ideal Transformers

Chapter 10 Conclusion

10.1 Common Mistakes

10.2 Tips

10.2.1 Opening Projects
10.2.2 Running PSpice

10.3 Summary

BibliographyAppendix I: Converting OrCAD Version 9.X Files to Version 10.0Appendix II: Files Used by PSpice Index