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New at pspice guidance will be appreciate

  1. Nov 24, 2012 #1
    Hello im new at pspice and actually i know only how to place parts and wire them..
    this is the circut
    986pspice_1.png

    and this is what i did so far
    830pspice_2.png

    i need to know the voltage and the power on R1.
    i dont really know where should i start :/
    thx.
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  3. Nov 24, 2012 #2

    lewando

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    Is your question regarding how to use pspice or are you just trying to answer a circuit analysis question (and perhaps thought using pspice would be simpler than thinking about the circuit for a moment :wink:)?

    If the former, your VCVS is wired backwards.
     
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  4. Nov 24, 2012 #3
    im trying to learn how to use pspice actually :]
    i have a course with a final project at the end of the semester..

    do i need to define the voltage source as a variable or somthing?
    and what about R1 is there any definition i should do?
     
  5. Nov 24, 2012 #4

    lewando

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    Make the correction to the VCVS (the input and output terminal wiring should be swapped). Double-click (or something) the VCVS symbol to set the gain property to what you want. That's pretty much all I can suggest. I suppose you can insert voltage, current probes at appropriate places to make measurements, etc. Answer the question using standard analysis techniques so you can compare with the pspice results.
     
  6. Nov 24, 2012 #5
    thx!
     
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