I would like to use the NLRES model. In the Element Catalog the following comment appears: "If you find you need to use these advanced models, contact Eagleware for an application note and technical assistance."

Here I am.

I would like to model in Harbec an incandescent lamp whose current is a nonlinear function of the voltage across the lamp. I can use either a table for the data or I can provide a cubic polynomial fit of I vs V.

Thanks

Here I am.

I would like to model in Harbec an incandescent lamp whose current is a nonlinear function of the voltage across the lamp. I can use either a table for the data or I can provide a cubic polynomial fit of I vs V.

Thanks

Hi Randy,

Genesys has implemented 2 nonlinear resistor models R(V) and R(I), which may be defined by dependence I(V) or G(V), or V(I), R(I) correspondingly. The models are described in

Genesys Help/Element Catalog/Nonlinear Elements/Miscellaneous/NLRES,NLRESI

Also, we have implemented nonlinear resistor - "varistor" model.

[file]varistoraprox.wsx[/file]

[file]varistor.wsx[/file]

[file]nl res hb, dc, td.wsx[/file]

[file]nl res dc curves.wsx[/file]