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Novel applications of SPICE in engineering education

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1 Author(s)
S. Prigozy ; Dept. of Eng., US Merchant Marine Acad., Kings Point, NY, USA

The author presents several novel applications of the SPICE circuit analysis computer program which should be of use to engineering students of various disciplines. Attention is directed to an implementation of SPICE for the MS-DOS operating system environment, named PSPICE. Three specific examples are presented. The first example shows a method of simultaneously displayed several parametric solutions. The second example demonstrates a method in which PSPICE simulates an analog computer. The third example illustrates the solution to a nonlinear differential equation

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IEEE Transactions on Education  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 1 )