Simulation using PSpice

Simulation Package for Power Electronics Modeling 
Simplified using PSpice™ 
by N. Mohan 
· Includes a Quick Setup Guide: Start simulating Power Electronics in 10 minutes
· Ideal for Educators and Designers of Power Electronics (switching power supplies, power-factor-correction circuits, motor drives, etc.)
· Designers – Save valuable time by building upon these simulation examples
· Add this powerful capability within minutes on your own PC
This easy-to-use package comes complete with: 
  • A CD-ROM with powerful Release 9 PSpice™ Evaluation Software
  • 03 simulation examples and exercises
  • All simulations work with the Evaluation PSpice on the accompanied CD-ROM.
  • Two Symbol Libraries of components, specially designed for power electronics
  • A Quick Setup Guide: Complete the entire setup and start simulating power electronics using PSpice (Release 9) in less than 10 minutes!
  • A detailed 275-page, bound Exercise Manual with ready-made exercises for self-learning
  • A 35-page, simple step-by-step Instruction manual, specifically designed for using PSpice to simulate Power Electronics Converters and Systems
  • An Educational Site License encourages instructors to make copies for their students in university courses.
Ideal for Teaching (Classroom demos and Lab), Self-Learning & Design 
- Each Simulation exercise in the 275-page Exercise Manual consists of:
· description and circuit diagram of a converter
· set of problems for investigation
· PSpice Schematic (also provided on a diskette)
· Plot of some typical results
· Reference to pages in the textbook by Mohan, Undeland and Robbins for further reading.
- All Major Topics of Power Electronics are covered (please see the Table of Contents for a complete listing) 

Learn-by-Examples the use of PSpice™ for Power Electronics
- Getting Started
· Load the PSpice Evaluation version from the included CD-ROM
- Easy-to-Use PSpice
· Double click on the installation setup to copy all power electronics simulation examples from the accompanying diskette in a folder on your hard drive.
· Simply bring the desired components from the symbol libraries (two special symbol libraries for Power Electronics are included on the diskette), make connections, assign component values, and set simulation times; the program does the rest.

New! A Quick and Easy Setup Guide:  Start simulating power electronics in 10 minutes.   

In addition, a 35-page, step-by-step Instruction Manual is included for learning to use already developed exercises, but also to be able to develop similar exercises from scratch. 

Minimum System Requirements:  Pentium 90 MHz PC, 32 MB RAM, 4x CD-ROM drive, Mouse, Windows 95/98 or Windows NT 4.0 service Pack 3, 150 MB of Hard Disk space, 800x600, 256 Color VGA display, 16-bit audio (recommended).

* PSpice is a registered trademark of OrCAD Corporation (http:www.orcad.com)

Click here for the Simulation Package's Table of Contents.

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