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Matthew H. Commens, ANSYS discusses Transient FEM Solver and Hybrid FE-IE Methods; New Technologies in HFSS 13.0

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The transient simulator performs time domain simulation of photonic circuits using a dynamic data flow scheduler, allowing for more flexibility than using traditional discrete time or time-driven simulators. The scheduler calculates each element in order to generate time domain waveform samples and propagates them bidirectionally.

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Transient-Based Line Protection The last several years saw a rebirth of transient-based line protection based on incremental quantities and traveling waves. This approach to protecting lines in the vicinity of unconventional sources is viable because it leverages the characteristics of the line, not the source.

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startup: Solve the initial operating point with independent voltage and current sources turned off. Then start the transient analysis and turn these sources on in the first 20 us of the simulation. This simulates running a circuit from when it is first switched on. UIC: Note that the ‘uic’ option must be used with caution.

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Comparison RC analysis * first, the netlist for the original circuit: v1 1 0 dc 20 r1 1 2 2k r2 2 3 500 r3 3 0 3k c1 2 3 100u ic=0 * then, the netlist for the thevenin equivalent: v2 4 0 dc 1.818182 r4 4 5 454.545 c2 5 0 100u ic=0 * now, we analyze for a transient, sampling every .005 seconds * over a time period of .37 seconds total, printing ...

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First Order Systems. In the previously discussed method for AC circuit analysis, all voltages and currents are represented as phasors and all circuit components (R, C, and L) are represented by their impedences, so that we can solve the corresponding algebraic equations to get the steady state responses of the circuit to an AC voltage or current input.