The SIMPLIS POP analysis finds the periodic steady-state operating point of a circuit and is one of the most powerful features of SIMPLIS. To find the steady-state operating point, POP runs a sequence of transient simulations on your circuit, constantly refining the initial conditions between simulations. This one hour webinar will cover how to setup the POP analysis on a DC/DC converter, the core POP process, analysis parameters and common POP errors.
Link to the Webinar Recording
The webinar recording can be viewed at this link: How SIMPLIS Periodic Operating Point (POP) Works
- What is a POP Analysis?
- Setting up a DC/DC Converter to Run the POP Analysis
- How POP Works: The Core POP Process
- What Circuits are Compatible with the POP Analysis?
- Troubleshooting POP Errors
The following links go to the revised Advanced SIMPLIS Training course material. This material has been updated for version 8.00, and a number of schematics referenced in these topics will not run on versions released prior to version 8.00.
- 2.2.1 Overview of the Periodic Operating Point (POP) Analysis
- 2.2.2 The Core POP Process
- 2.2.3 POP Error Messages
- 2.2.4 Circuits Which Cause POP to Fail