Our first Introduction to SIMPLIS short course will be held in a remote learning format on November 19, 2020, from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm EST (14:00 - 18:00 CET). This short course is designed for engineers who are relatively new to SIMPLIS and want to become more proficient in using SIMPLIS to model switching power supplies.
This course will demonstrate the key differences between SIMPLIS and Spice in how the simulator performs Periodic Operating Point (Steady State) analysis, AC analysis and in how devices are modeled using Piecewise Linear techniques.
This course is heavily punctuated with hands-on exercises that are central to the training experience. Users will be provided with training licenses and will run simulations on cloud-based machines provided during the course.
- 1.0.1 SIMPLIS is a Time-Domain Simulator, all the Time, for Every Analysis, Period
- 1.0.2 PWL Simulation and Modeling
- 1.0.3 Multi-Level Modeling
- 1.0.4 Accuracy of PWL Models
- 1.0.5 POP and AC Analysis
- 2.1.1 The Initial Conditions (.INIT) File
- 2.2 How POP Really Works
- Matthew Fortin, SIMPLIS Technologies
- Tom Wilson, SIMPLIS Technologies
There is no fee for this course.
This is an online experience and is scheduled for times compatible with North America & Europe:
- 08:00 - 12:00, Eastern Standard Time
- 14:00 - 18:00, Central European Time
Participants are assumed to have:
- completed the SIMPLIS Tutorial prior to attending this training course.
For a more detailed explanation of training course logistics and system requirements, please visit the training course details page.
This course is currently full. A second course has been opened and will be held on December 8th, 2020.