Re: [Qucs-devel] 1e+12 meaning in inductor circuit

 Re: [Qucs-devel] 1e+12 meaning in inductor circuit From: Carsten Koegler - 2011-11-03 11:34:53 ```Hi Shakthi, > I get the value as 1e+12. What does this signify? Your circuit is a short at DC. 1e+12 is an approximation for infinite. Carsten ----- Original Message ----- From: "Shakthi Kannan" To: qucs-devel@... Sent: Thursday, November 3, 2011 7:29:01 AM Subject: [Qucs-devel] 1e+12 meaning in inductor circuit Hi, I have a circuit with an inductor L1 (1 nH) with a direct current source V1 (1 V), just for testing. When I measure the current output, I get the value as 1e+12. What does this signify? How did it come to this value? Attached below is the schematic of the circuit: <.DC DC1 1 500 120 0 39 0 0 "26.85" 0 "0.001" 0 "1 pA" 0 "1 uV" 0 "no" 0 "150" 0 "no" 0 "none" 0 "CroutLU" 0> <220 90 220 120 "" 0 0 0 ""> <220 90 310 90 "" 0 0 0 ""> <370 90 430 90 "" 0 0 0 ""> <430 90 430 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <220 220 320 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <220 180 220 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <320 220 430 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> SK -- Shakthi Kannan http://www.shakthimaan.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ RSA(R) Conference 2012 Save \$700 by Nov 18 Register now http://p.sf.net/sfu/rsa-sfdev2dev1 _______________________________________________ Qucs-devel mailing list Qucs-devel@... https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/qucs-devel ```

 [Qucs-devel] 1e+12 meaning in inductor circuit From: Shakthi Kannan - 2011-11-03 06:29:09 ```Hi, I have a circuit with an inductor L1 (1 nH) with a direct current source V1 (1 V), just for testing. When I measure the current output, I get the value as 1e+12. What does this signify? How did it come to this value? Attached below is the schematic of the circuit: <.DC DC1 1 500 120 0 39 0 0 "26.85" 0 "0.001" 0 "1 pA" 0 "1 uV" 0 "no" 0 "150" 0 "no" 0 "none" 0 "CroutLU" 0> <220 90 220 120 "" 0 0 0 ""> <220 90 310 90 "" 0 0 0 ""> <370 90 430 90 "" 0 0 0 ""> <430 90 430 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <220 220 320 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <220 180 220 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <320 220 430 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> SK -- Shakthi Kannan http://www.shakthimaan.com ```
 Re: [Qucs-devel] 1e+12 meaning in inductor circuit From: Carsten Koegler - 2011-11-03 11:34:53 ```Hi Shakthi, > I get the value as 1e+12. What does this signify? Your circuit is a short at DC. 1e+12 is an approximation for infinite. Carsten ----- Original Message ----- From: "Shakthi Kannan" To: qucs-devel@... Sent: Thursday, November 3, 2011 7:29:01 AM Subject: [Qucs-devel] 1e+12 meaning in inductor circuit Hi, I have a circuit with an inductor L1 (1 nH) with a direct current source V1 (1 V), just for testing. When I measure the current output, I get the value as 1e+12. What does this signify? How did it come to this value? Attached below is the schematic of the circuit: <.DC DC1 1 500 120 0 39 0 0 "26.85" 0 "0.001" 0 "1 pA" 0 "1 uV" 0 "no" 0 "150" 0 "no" 0 "none" 0 "CroutLU" 0> <220 90 220 120 "" 0 0 0 ""> <220 90 310 90 "" 0 0 0 ""> <370 90 430 90 "" 0 0 0 ""> <430 90 430 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <220 220 320 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <220 180 220 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <320 220 430 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> SK -- Shakthi Kannan http://www.shakthimaan.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ RSA(R) Conference 2012 Save \$700 by Nov 18 Register now http://p.sf.net/sfu/rsa-sfdev2dev1 _______________________________________________ Qucs-devel mailing list Qucs-devel@... https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/qucs-devel ```