PSpice v9.2 Tutorial Part II - Transient Analysis

PSpice v9.2 Tutorial Part II - Transient Analysis - PSPICE...

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PS PICE T UTORIAL P ART II: T RANSIENT A NALYSIS for the Orcad PSpice Release 9.2 Lite Edition INTRODUCTION This Tutorial will demonstrate the ability to simulate circuits having time-dependent response. We will simulate a circuit that is equivalent to a demonstration circuit that we will operate in lecture. We will first start a new Project. We will name this Transient Analysis Example. We will design a circuit that includes a Capacitor and Resistor and examine the step response of this R-C circuit. The circuit will also include a voltage source with a time-dependent output. SPICE includes a powerful method for creating a time dependent source and this will become a very familiar and useful method.
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CIRCUIT II: TRANSIENT ANALYSIS Now, we will use PSpice to simulate the circuit of Figure 1, below. R1 C1 V1 + - Figure 1 GETTING STARTED We will follow the procedures we have used in the Tutorial Part 1. Select Start > Programs > Orcad Family Release 9.2 Lite Edition > Capture Lite Edition . This will launch the Capture application. Then select File > New > Project to start a new project. You should now configure the application so that an Analog or Mixed A/D (analog or mixed analog and digital design) is selected. Also, you should entire a Project Name. Please note carefully that the Analog or Mixed A/D checkbox has been highlighted.
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2009 for the course EE EE 110 taught by Professor Gupta during the Spring '09 term at UCLA.

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