|Created||February 22, 2013|
|Last modified||February 22, 2013|
A behavioural voltage source can be used to force a capacitor to start with a given voltage across it.
This performs the same function as:
but using an expression in a behavioural voltage source that switches it from being an ideal voltage source to being a 1G resistor at a time specified by the parametric voltage, Tdel.
The initial voltage is set by the parametric voltage, init.
For more on expressions and behavioural sources, see:
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