GSEIM: A General-purpose Simulator with Explicit and Implicit Methods

by   Mahesh B. Patil, et al.

A new simulation package, GSEIM, for solving a set of ordinary differential equations is presented. The organisation of the program is illustrated with the help of a block diagram. Various features of GSEIM are discussed. Two ways of incorporating new elements in GSEIM, viz., as a template and as a subcircuit, are explained by taking a specific example. Simulation examples are described to bring out the capabilities of GSEIM.



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