|Date:||Wed, 24 Jun 2020 23:15:30 +0200|
|Subject:||Re: [pcb-rnd] Off topic (maybe) - Spice simulator - openems|
|in-reply-to:||4218 from Evan Foss <ev...@gmail.com>|
You have an equation you want to solve/simulate with Openems but failed? > Having fought with Openems and now others I get that. I just wanted to > explain because of the circuit theory implications. For modeling > stefan found much better stuff than what I have to say. > > On Wed, Jun 24, 2020 at 3:51 PM gene glick <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > > Ok, I see your point and I agree. I was just trying to get a 1st order approximation for the simulator. > > > > In my experience, and probably originally preached by Bob Pease, don't get lost in the simulator. Get close enough, then build it. > > > > You can spend a lifetime trying to get an exact response from simulation... trying to work out everything virtually... only to find in the real world that it behaves a lot different. > > > > Spice takes a long time to run. Dumb down your circuits enough to get at the most important stuff... then prototype it.
4224 Re: [pcb-rnd] Off topic (maybe) - Spice simulator - openems from N <ni...@gmail.com>