A linear circuit analysis program for a small computer with no auxiliary memory Public Deposited

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  • A set of circuit analysis programs designed for the IBM 1620 computer (having 40,000 digits of memory) is described and its operation is explained. The set consists of d-c, a-c, and transient analysis programs. The d-c and a-c analysis programs provide the branch current and node-to-reference potential for linear circuits. They have input/output formats similar to those for ECAP (Electronic Circuit Analysis Program) but are more limited in scope. They provide either for batch processing or on-line modification of circuits. The transient analysis program provides the branch currents and node-to-reference voltages for linear passive circuits. It is based on a state variable analysis and, because of its length, can analyze only one circuit with each loading. Solutions from the a-c and d-c programs when rounded to five digits agree with the solutions from ECAP. The transient test solutions agree to three digits; however, since ECAP can only approximate the reactive elements, the transient analysis may be more accurate than initially indicated.
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