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So is there any software, that generates the differential equation for the input circuit?

I am trying to solve a problem and I want to check if my equation is right.

Thanks.

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In summary, you are trying to solve a problem and you want to check if your equation is right. You are using LTspice to do this.

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So is there any software, that generates the differential equation for the input circuit?

I am trying to solve a problem and I want to check if my equation is right.

Thanks.

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I presume that there must be commercial packages out there that will produce a set of simultaneous differential equations from a netlist, but I couldn't say if they'd be generated in a form that would be usable to you. Also it would likely be just one component of a larger, rather expensive circuit analysis package.

The only affordable software I'm aware of that will generate the differential equations from a circuit diagram is located between the ears

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gneill said:

I presume that there must be commercial packages out there that will produce a set of simultaneous differential equations from a netlist, but I couldn't say if they'd be generated in a form that would be usable to you. Also it would likely be just one component of a larger, rather expensive circuit analysis package.

The only affordable software I'm aware of that will generate the differential equations from a circuit diagram is located between the ears

Thank you, I was solving my problems just like that, but still I can only check whether my particular solution, or steady state is correct. But then again if my particular solution is correct, probably the homogeneous is too.

I am thinking, making the software myself, mainly in matlab. Somehow. Could be the topic for my B. diploma who knows.

Software for transient states of circuits is a type of computer program designed to simulate the behavior of electronic circuits under changing conditions. This includes analyzing the circuit's response to sudden changes in voltage, current, or other parameters.

The software uses mathematical models and algorithms to simulate the behavior of the circuit. It takes into account the circuit's components, such as resistors, capacitors, and inductors, as well as their interconnections, to predict the circuit's response to different inputs.

Software for transient states of circuits can save time and resources by allowing engineers to test and optimize circuit designs virtually before physically building them. It also provides a deeper understanding of the circuit's behavior and can help identify potential issues or improvements.

Software for transient states of circuits can analyze a wide range of circuits, including analog, digital, and mixed-signal circuits. It can also handle complex circuits with multiple components and feedback loops.

While software for transient states of circuits is a powerful tool, it is not a perfect representation of real-world circuits. It may not account for all factors, such as temperature or component tolerances, that can affect a circuit's behavior. Therefore, it should be used in conjunction with physical testing and verification for accurate results.

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