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SCEPTRE (System for Circuit Evaluation and Predicition of Transient
Radiation Effects) is a general purpose circuit analysis program, which
provides all three major analyses, AC, DC, and transient analysis, on either
linear or nonlinear networks.
It employs a free-form input language and state variable methods to simulate
problems of interest to electrical engineers.
A graphical user interface NGP has been added using GNUPLOT. As the source code
is available, NGP may be modified due to other graphical software.
- Flexible nonlinear input.
- Flexible modeling capability.
- State-of the art numerical methods.
- Stored models.
- Automatic initial conditions.
- Defined Parameters.
- Minimization of computational delays.
- Variety of run controls.
- Subprogram Capability.
- Multiple analyis available.
Current Version: 98012
License Type: ??
Source Code Availability: Only for the graphics part in order to adapt
other graphical software than GNUPLOT.
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: No
Fortran compiler (eg., fort77/f2c), Gnuplot, asa filter for carriage control, all these are included in SCEPTRE distribution.
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