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Lumped Element Model of SpringMassDashpot Mechanical System with Laplace Blocks (Parameter Sweep) PUBLICCircuitLab's Parameter Sweep is used to compare different values of the dashpot force constant in a Laplace Block model of a springmassdashpot mechanical system. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Lumped Element Model of SpringMassDashpot Mechanical System with Laplace Blocks PUBLICLaplace Blocks can be used to create integrators and gains, which can then be used to simulate a mechanical springmassdashpot mechanical system. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Lumped Element Model of SpringMassDashpot Mechanical System PUBLICA springmassdashpot mechanical system can be modeled using an inductor, capacitor, and resistor. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

555 Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) PUBLICA 555 timer IC is used to create a simple Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO), converting an input voltage into an output frequency. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

555 Adjustable PWM with RC Filtered Output PUBLICAn analog input signal is converted to a digital PWM signal through a 555 timer IC, and is then converted back into an analog signal through an RC lowpass filter. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

NewtonRaphson Method Example PUBLICThe NewtonRaphson method uses iterative tangent line approximations to solve a nonlinear equation. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Multiple Linear Equations with Multiple Additive Inputs PUBLICThree voltage sources in series add, even when they are complicated expressions. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Multiple Linear Equations with Two Sine Wave Input PUBLICSimulates a simple circuit driven by a voltage source which is the sum of two different sine waves at different frequencies. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Multiple Linear Equations with Sine Wave Input PUBLICDemonstrates a linear system stimulated by a sine wave input. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Multiple Linear Equations  Frequency Domain Shows Slopes PUBLICCircuitLab's frequency domain solver can be used to show linearized derivatives of any circuit state variable (current or voltage) with respect to a specified current or voltage input source. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Multiple Linear Equations PUBLICThis simple circuit demonstrates how to solve a simple system of linear equations. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Labeled Terminal & Branch Currents  With BJT and LED PUBLICTerminal currents and branch currents are related, but it's important to get the signs correct. This schematic illustrates the difference between terminal currents and branch currents. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Labeled Terminal Currents  With BJT and LED PUBLICComponents with 3 or more terminals, such as a BJT in a current controller circuit, have labeled terminal currents for each terminal. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 24, 2020 

Labeled Terminal Currents PUBLICEach terminal of each component has a name. Each terminal has a terminal current. For this three component circuit, all six terminal currents are labeled. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Linear Elements with Labeled Terminal Current and Voltage PUBLICA voltage source, current source, and resistor are shown with labeled currents and voltage drops. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

KVL Two Paths PUBLICKirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL) states that the voltage difference between two nodes is the same regardless of which path is used to measure it. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

KCL Two Node Example PUBLICA circuit with 3 components and 2 nodes is used to illustrate Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL). by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

KCL Five Node Example PUBLICA circuit with 7 components and 5 nodes is used to illustrate Kirchhoff's Current Law. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

KCL Three Node Example PUBLICA simple circuit with four components and three nodes, with all currents labeled, is used to illustrate Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL). by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Ideal OpAmp as VCVS PUBLICThe ideal opamp works like a Voltage Controlled Voltage Source (VCVS), where the output voltage is equal to the difference in input voltages multiplied by a large openloop gain. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 