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Re: PSPICE IGBT modeling
Original poster: "Steve Ward" <steve.ward@xxxxxxxxx>
I typically just model them as "voltage controlled switches" with a
diode across them as needed. What parameters of the IGBT did you
really need to model?
On 3/30/07, Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Original poster: "Kurt Schraner" <k.schraner@xxxxxxxxxxx>
can I get an idea, how to model the IGBT (-bricks) in PSPICE, from
one of you solid-state coil experts?
I'm currently using Microsim 8 (student version), and if I have to
speculate about the power circuit of an idea, I'm mostly building up
the simulation, based on timed switches. Anybody can help me to find
a better, less cumbersome and more realistic way to do that? Are you
introducing published Spice models of IGBT's in local PSPICE
libraries? Using other programs? Buying the unlimited ORCAD... etc.?
Thanks for giving me some practical tipps, how to deal with the problem.