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Flux conservation 01

Flux conservation 01 PUBLIC

Comparing flux conservation in real and behavioural inductors.

by signality | updated April 10, 2013

behavioural-inductor   behavioural-transformer   dc-transformer   flux-conservation   inductor  

Simple behavioural transformer 01

Simple behavioural transformer 01 PUBLIC

A simple ideal behavioural transformer with any turns ratio. Perfectly linear, no parasitics. No primary inductance so it works down to DC.

by signality | updated March 07, 2013

behavioural-transformer   ideal-transformer   transformer  

Multi-winding transformer 02

Multi-winding transformer 02 PUBLIC

A transformer model with adjustable coupling between the inductors and the leakage inductances modelled appropriately. Simulate > Time Domain > Run Time-Domain Simulation.

by signality | updated August 24, 2012

behavioural-transformer   coupled-inductors   leakage-inductance   multiwinding-transformer   transformer  

Multi-winding transformer 01

Multi-winding transformer 01 PUBLIC

An ideal transformer with a primary inductance and 3 windings in 1:3:5 turns ratio. This transformer does not work down to DC because the primary inductance shorts out the signal source at DC.

by signality | updated June 29, 2012

behavioural-transformer   ideal-transformer   multiwinding-transformer   transformer  

Charge conservation 02

Charge conservation 02 PUBLIC

A demonstration of a charge conserving behavioural capacitor. A similar circuit can be made that will implement a flux conserving behavioural inductor of a value set by the voltage on the "value" net.

by signality | updated May 17, 2012

behavioural-capacitor   behavioural-transformer   capacitor   charge-conservation   dc-transformer  

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