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HI can anyone tell me where i can find simcad or any power electronic simulation software
 

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Why can't you try Modelsim or OrCAD. If the symbols are not available in their libraries, You can get them from the vendors by request.
 

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power electronics simulation program

Simulink associated with MATLAB seems very good and versatile to simulate power electronics systems espeacially motor loaded, u can check a lot of demos prepared in Simulink help
 

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caspoc 2005

You can try Isspice which offer much power components and PWM IC model.

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If you want to do small signal analyze, I will like Simplis that is convenient for the function.
 

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top 5 electronic simulation software

PSPICE or ORCAD is common, MATLAB is always uesed to do the system analysis ideally.
 

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ltspice power electronics

for power simulation
psim -> behavior sim

pspice / ispice for real sim .. and pspice /ispice have
many part model , I recomment
Ispice + psim
 

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pspice software for power electronics

Hi
there is a very good software package for power electronics and electrical drives simulation, named as CASPOC. i am using the same and satisfied by its performance, the simulation results are very good, the software is very user friendly and having interactive simulation, graphics of simulation very good, i thing it is much better than psim

in case you have any query about CASPOC YOU CAN MAIL ME AT

rahulsnag@rediffmail.com

09911223020
 

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top electronics simulation program

I recommend LTSpice from Linear Technology. The tool is absolutely free and does not have any node limitations like other tools which are only demo versions. The simulator also comes with lots of ICs used to control power electronics from Linear Technology with example files for all commonly used topologies. This one is worth a try. I highly recommend this. Download the software at

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caspoc demo

simplis and isspice are good
 

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simplis simulator power electronics

PSim is better for Power Electronics
Also MATLAB7.0 is nice for PowerElectronics
 

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