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Transient Analysis

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Anand P. Paralkar, Oct 27, 2009.

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  1. Hi,

    From what I have understood of Transient Analysis, we would like to
    understand some properites of the circuit when it is switched on/off like:

    1. Will the circuit stabilise to its steady state.
    2. How much time will the system take to achieve its steady state.
    3. What kind or how much of currents/voltages do the components experience
    during the transient phase.

    Besides these, I have seen some articles/posts where it seems like some
    other characteristics of the circuit can also be studied using transient
    analysis. In general, besides switch on/off behaviour, what else do we get
    from transient analysis?

    Thanks,
    Anand
     
  2. krw

    krw Guest

    Transient analysis is large signal analysis. AC analysis is small
    signal only. You have to bias the network at the "operating point".
     
  3. krw

    krw Guest

    Why? Would the antonym be "statical"?
     
  4. krw

    krw Guest

    Another word for the pompous asses. ;-)
     
  5. krw

    krw Guest

    Except that "dynamical" is in the dictionary.
    Which is why the "why?" above.
    Too dynamical, sometimes.
     
  6. krw

    krw Guest

    ^^^^^^^^^^

    Sure, that's why I answered as I did.
    Except that a dictionary is supposed to show (or be) some sort of
    consensus about the language.
    Surprised? Isn't that the whole purpose? There is still something
    left of the First Ammendment, but not much apparently.
    No surprise here. He's doing exactly what he campaigned on. Why is
    anyone surprised?
     
  7. JosephKK

    JosephKK Guest

    No, i can't. It came about by failure to teach limited English PhD
    candidates (and some post-doc researchers) to learn the few exceptions
    to the "Add 'ly' to get the adverb" rule back in the 1960s and 1970s.
    It got legitimized even though it is wrong.
     
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