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 [Qucs-devel] Questions for Qucs From: Anders B. Vindbjerg - 2007-01-08 20:50:07 Attachments: Message as HTML ```A few questions to the use of Qucs 0.0.8 (a super program for my =20 studies :-) 1. How do I measure the voltages through a component. Like for example =20 an capacitor. I use the Pin Label to measure voltages. But this always measures the =20= voltages from were I attached the Pin Label to the ground. So when I want to measure the voltages through a inductor, I have to =20 place Pin Label before the inductor and move the ground up right =20 behind it. I believe there is a better way :-D, I just cannot find it... Hope this question make sense. Please see the attached screen shot. =EF=BF=BC 2. How do I give a capacitor they value =C2=B5F. The =C2=B5 (alt+M) is not =20= accepted. 3. Can I measure the effect (Watt) of components/circuits in Qucs. 4. Is version 0.0.10 coming for Mac Intel? Hope someone care to answer these questions. Kindly Regards Anders B. Vindbjerg Student of Electrical Engineering= ```
 Re: [Qucs-devel] Questions for Qucs From: Stefan Jahn - 2007-01-09 07:04:03 ```Am Mo, 8.01.2007, 21:49, schrieb Anders B. Vindbjerg: Hi Anders, > 1. > How do I measure the voltages through a component. Like for example > an capacitor. You mean "across" a component, I guess. > I use the Pin Label to measure voltages. But this always measures the > voltages from were I attached the Pin Label to the ground. > So when I want to measure the voltages through a inductor, I have to > place Pin Label before the inductor and move the ground up right > behind it. I believe there is a better way :-D, I just cannot find it... > > Hope this question make sense. Please see the attached screen shot. > ï¿¼ In version 0.0.9 and above there is a voltmeter for that. In prior versions (as well as in all other versions) you can label both terminals, then add an equation "Vdiff=label1.V-label2.V" which gives you the differential voltage. > 2. > How do I give a capacitor they value ÂµF. The Âµ (alt+M) is not > accepted. Use the letter "u". > 3. > Can I measure the effect (Watt) of components/circuits in Qucs. I think using volt- and amperemeters this is possible. Again add an equation which computes the power. > 4. > Is version 0.0.10 coming for Mac Intel? Ask Markus (CC) for this. :-) Cheers, Stefan. ```