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About Us Electronics Point is a community for members to discuss, advise and debate electronics related topics. the schematic is just fig. 9.74 AoE 2nd ed. I have yet another problem with Pspice ERROR -- Convergence problem in bias point calculation Last node voltages tried were: NODE VOLTAGE NODE VOLTAGE NODE VOLTAGE NODE VOLTAGE ( a0) 0.0000 i don't know what time step has to do with it. have a peek here
These supply currents failed to converge: I(X_U2.egnd) = 0.0765222 / 0.0069206 I(X_U3.egnd) = 0.0551153 / 0.0326354 I(X_U2.vb) = -3.18479e-005 / -2.39829e-005 I(X_U2.vlim) = 0.0230456 / 0.0225084 I(X_U2.vlp) = 5.98241e-006 / -2.19366e-007 Attached Files: trial_3.jpg File size: 46 KB Views: 975 hydro, Dec 23, 2003 #1 hydro New Member Joined: Jan 4, 2003 Messages: 17 Likes: 1 Location: athens,greece here is the netlist how high? Tools System Design and Verification System Design and Verification Overview Cadence® system design and verification solutions, integrated under our System Development Suite, provide the simulation, acceleration, emulation, and management capabilities. https://community.cadence.com/cadence_technology_forums/f/27/t/12926
Pspice These Devices Failed To Converge
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- i don't > >know what time step has to do with it.
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- The problem that I have is that PSPICE wants MT1 of the triac to be grounded.
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No, create an account now. I suspect D3 and D4 are backwards. can't reproduce the original error, which changed b4 i fixed the > >circuit. > > > >the error changed to: > > > >ERROR -- Convergence problem in transient analysis at I usually just attach a dummy load to the amp.
The model also uses a 1k and a 10k resistor for the feedback network and a VAC source (Vac = 1, Vdc = 0) as input to the non-inverting input of Pspice Convergence Problem In Transient Analysis At Time Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Sign up now! Or, just rename the ground symbol you used to 0.
Wayno posted Oct 14, 2016 at 11:19 PM Score Counter PCB Help DarkDeltaWolf posted Oct 14, 2016 at 11:06 PM IR Receptor for Arduino The Tourist posted Oct 14, 2016 at Stay logged in × ARTICLES LATEST NEWS PROJECTS TECHNICAL ARTICLES INDUSTRY ARTICLES Forum LATEST GENERAL ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS & PROJECTS EMBEDDED & MICRO MATH & SCIENCE Education Textbooks Video Lectures Worksheets Industry Jimmy BlueGuest Tue Jan 27, 2004 5:50 pm Look for unrealistically low model / node capacitances (requiring voltage to change more than minimum accuracy tolerance in less than minimum timestep) and I don't think ground should show up with a convergence error.
Pspice Convergence Problem In Transient Analysis At Time
the grounds are named "0" and therefore the ground net/node is "0". http://www.eevblog.com/forum/chat/pspice-convergence-problem/ More Design Services Training Hosted Design Solutions Methodology Services Virtual Integrated Computer Aided Design (VCAD) Cadence Academic Network Support Support Support OverviewA global customer support infrastructure with around-the-clock help. Pspice These Devices Failed To Converge More Support Process Overview Product Change Requests Web Collaboration Customer Satisfaction Online Support Overview Software Downloads Overview Computing Platform Support Overview Customer Support Contacts Promotions 24/7 Support - Cadence Online Support Convergence Problem In Transient Bias Point Calculation Visit Now Software Downloads Cadence offers various software services for download.
See Additional Info for complete list... navigate here Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Did you change symbols? The previous netlist had GND.
It stops your simulation dead in its tracks and requires you to loosen the tolerances in the simulation in order to continue on. When manually loosening the tolerances, it’s hard Learning Classes OrCAD Capture OrCAD Capture OrCAD Capture CIS Component Data Management PCB Editor Intro to OrCAD PCB Editor OrCAD PCB Editor Advanced PCB Editor PSpice Intro to PSpice Analog Simulation Electronics Forums Forums > Archive > Electronics Newsgroups > CAD > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Project Logs Project Logs Quick Links Search Project Logs Most Active Members http://bashprofile.net/failed-to/wordpress-has-failed-to-upload-due-to-an-error-failed-to-write-file-to-disk.html I have zipped my design and put it up on: http://www.its.caltech.edu/~hiszpans/preamp.zip The model uses an OPA134, created by following the instructions at: http://focus.ti.com/lit/an/sloa070/sloa070.pdf and using the SPICE model provided by TI
the edge-triggered phase detector must have been feeding crap to the filter and VCO. This is about the most oft-asked question, I know, but here it goes again!! model PCN5425R convergence prob. , Nov 7, 2008, in forum: Electronic Repair Replies: 0 Views: 853 Nov 7, 2008 Loading...
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Discontinuing simulation due to convergence problem Unable to calculate bias point See output file for details Simulation complete Reading and checking circuit Circuit read in and checked, no errorsClick to expand... Topic has 4 replies and 16206 views. Library Management Learn how a managed library environment helps improve part selection, reduce errors, and prevent part obsolescence issues. when i saw the original timestep error, i set the rise/fall times of the reference clock way too big, i suppose.
See Additional Info for complete list... The circuit i have posted is a milliohm meter i got of i think the EDN website, if someone could try simulating it in Orcad Capture and see what happens i button at the bottom. This brought up a dialog that allowed you to turn on AutoConverge and specify some tolerance limits for the AutoConverge function to stay within (ITL1, http://bashprofile.net/failed-to/failed-to-open-a-secure-terminal-session-key-exchange-failed.html i don't know about Edemout.
can't reproduce the original error, which changed b4 i fixed the >circuit. > >the error changed to: > >ERROR -- Convergence problem in transient analysis at Time = 1.112E-03 > Time Sure, if I wanted to switch to ground, it would be the correct output, however, the simulation would not tell me if the triac is actually being triggered. The AC sources are connected in series with each other with the 0V connected to the tap.The circuit is correct as it is, although I'd question the series resistance and filter Products OrCAD OrCAD Why OrCAD What's New OrCAD Lite Educational Program Design Suites OrCAD PCB Designer Suite OrCAD PSpice Designer Suite Schematic Entry OrCAD Capture OrCAD FPGA System Planner Board Layout
Simply naming a node "+15V" does not apply a voltage to it. Here is what i get from pspice --------------- Simulation Profile: SCHEMATIC1-trial --------------- Simulation running... ** circuit file for profile: trial Reading and checking circuit Circuit read in and checked, no errors can't remember what got me thinking this - quick look at the netlist with slow think on the brain. i may have done that.
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