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Author Topic: Circit simulation  (Read 7992 times)

Offline johnnyfg

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Circit simulation
« on: December 30, 2010, 11:58:55 AM »
I have been thinking on using circuit simlation to experiment and develop free energy devices.
I dont have money or the space to experiment with physical components, at the moment.
What good simulation software are there?
I realize that software does not "know" about free energy, since they mostly(?) are anomalies.
And self-built components like coils are non-standard, and thus have to be simulated with several components in the simulator. Also things like a neon-transformer, also is a "non-standard" component.
So, yes, there are drawbacks with using software circuit simulators. But also, they have positive things too. Like they could be free or almost free to get. Unlimit number of components to choose between. You have make an device and then send it to a friend, and he could set it up identically ... all without any cost or time, since everything is done by files with the setup of the device.
It even exists software that simulate devices with mechanical parts.
Imagine that we thinkers could decide to choose one software, and configure it to be able to use "our" kind of components, and test, test and test, component for component, and then combine them into complete devices. With this method, we loose control, but also we win control.
Its so harder for anybody to bury the findings, but harder for anybody to make a profit on it.
But hey ... the demand for working free-energy devices are so high, so there should be no problem to share the market with several competitors.

I think the Don Smith device "3-2" are interesting. But there is the L1/L2 non-standard, also the neon-transformer have to be modelled in circuit simulation, which I dont know how at this moment.

Offline poynt99

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Re: Circit simulation
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2011, 07:01:28 PM »
The best one out there imo, is OrCAD PSpice by Cadence.

You can download a component-limited student/evaluation version here:


Offline teslaalset

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Re: Circit simulation
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2011, 07:15:50 PM »
I tend to agree with you Poynt.
I also use FEMM and ANSYS, depending on the problem.
But ANSYS is really complicated and time consuming.
Start with OrCAD for electronic circuits is do-able.

Offline poynt99

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Re: Circit simulation
« Reply #3 on: March 31, 2011, 07:54:05 PM »
Hi teslaalset,

I've used FEMM as well some time ago (never got to the point I could simulate coils though) and ANSYS, yes complicated creatures, i.e. Maxwell etc.. maybe one day ;)