How to use evalue gvalue
How to add statement?
What symbol means?
You will find a description of them in the PSpice User Guide (p. 358).
Thanks roberto Gb this is very informative to me I'm studying and hope get all my quarry
Is there is any video lessons whos link you can share for batter understanding
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I do not have any video about this particular model. You can find more information in Learning Resources in PSpice. If you open OrCAD Capture and click on Help --> Learning PSpice, you will be able to see different folders. Under PSpice Application Notes, you will find a folder called Analog Behavioral Modeling. There you will find many examples where EVALUE and GVALUE are used.
Anyway, I will take not of this need and I will try to prepare a video for these components.
On the other hand, under http://www.flowcad.de/FlowCAD_uni.htm you will find a lot of videos, that you could find interesting.
Thanks robertoGb I will try and let you know
Thanks for your support I have done one abm model "full wave rectifier" with ABS(%V+,%V-)*GAIN. Can you suggest me more equation that I can apply
Can you help me with look up table formation
How can I use in abm
Refer pspice user guide, chapter 6 Analog Bhavioral Modeling. It lists several examples of abm expression usage and specifically with evalue. For example :
EXPR = 5v * SQRT(V(%IN+,%IN-))
For loop up table entry, etable and gtable parts are available in abm library. These parts have table property where you can specify data pairs.
Hope it helps!
Thanks neha for your support
I will try and let you know if there is a issue
How to create DC motor model in pspice
In OrCAD Capture, if you click on Help --> Learning PSpice, a window pops up. Just select PSpice Application Notes and there you will find "Modeling Brushless DC Motor".
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