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Bacon - Overunity Trial Circuit - Inductor Resistances Included, Turns Ratio: N=2

Bacon - Overunity Trial Circuit - Inductor Resistances Included, Turns Ratio: N=2 PUBLIC

110% COP (non-optimized) over-unity work in progress based on the nonlinearity of the diode creating "phantom" voltage or current sources comprised of Fourier series harmonics. LC filtering blocks the...

by DMBoie | updated 2 days, 18 hours ago

ac-to-dc   laplace   overunity  

Mechanical spring dashpot Laplace model

Mechanical spring dashpot Laplace model PUBLIC

CircuitLab can be used to model some mechanical systems as well.

by CircuitLab | updated August 17, 2020

feedback   laplace   mechanical  

Laplace transform step response and Bode plot

Laplace transform step response and Bode plot PUBLIC

CircuitLab can also handle arbitrary Laplace transform functions, and can produce step response plots in the time domain and Bode plots in the frequency domain.

by CircuitLab | updated June 07, 2017

bode   laplace  

RC laplace debug1 plotting failures

RC laplace debug1 plotting failures PUBLIC

Unrelated signal may fail to plot when using a Laplace block.

by integerlaw | updated December 24, 2013


Physics: Car Suspension pt. 1 (Spring, Mass, Damper)

Physics: Car Suspension pt. 1 (Spring, Mass, Damper) PUBLIC

A model of a simple spring-mass-damper system with a driven wall. Time domain and frequency domain simulations included.

by mrobbins | updated September 10, 2012

laplace   mechanical  

Simple laplace 01

Simple laplace 01 PUBLIC

Note: this is now fixed in CL. Something not quite right in the AC simulator.

by signality | updated July 12, 2012


Simple cascaded filters 02

Simple cascaded filters 02 PUBLIC

Same as: Simple cascaded filters 01 but with the addition of the same filter implemented as a cascade of Laplace blocks.

by signality | updated March 28, 2012

cascaded-filters   laplace  

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