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Clove

Clove is a circuit simulator for AC circuits.
Its main target is to provide an open-source hardware friendly GUI for SPICE simulations of AC circuits.
Clove code is written in Objective C, and runs under Mac OS X and Linux using the Cocoa framework (

Clove’s main features are

simulation and measurement of AC circuits
simulation of AC circuits with a host of standard components such as transformers, capacitors, inductors, resistors, solid state components, etc.
simulation of AC circuits with various models for voltage and current sources
simulation of AC circuits with loads (resistors, capacitors, solid state components)
simulation of AC circuits with active circuits such as switches, comparators, and amplifiers
simulation of AC circuits with electronic equipment

A complete list of supported components can be found in the documentation.
The documentation is available at

The following screenshot shows an example of the GUI:

Clove Screenshots

Clove User Manual and other support information:

In order to run Clove you must install the Cocoa framework.

To install the Cocoa framework, you must have an Intel-based Mac system.

To download Clove, visit the clove web site.

To run Clove, click the ‘Run’ button on the panel shown below.

The “Add” panel

The “Elements” panel

The “Node” panel

The “Tools” panel

The “Window” panel

The “Editor” panel

Features of Clove

• Ability to run AC and DC simulations
• Support for circuits with transformers, capacitors, inductors, solid state components (MOSFET, BJT, Thyrister)
• User-friendly interfaces
• Simulation of linear and reactive loads
• Inputs include voltages and currents at any node of the circuit
• A network of components can be added to the circuit
• Inputs include open loop and/or non-linear source models

Supported Components

• Transformers
• Capacitors
• Inductors
• Solid State Components
• Resistors
• Ohmic Heating (linear model for the resistive loss only)
• Varying S-parameters (ch

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Clove Crack Free Download is a very lightweight application that was designed in order to provide you with a simple AC circuit simulator.
Clove takes as input a circuit description in the form of a nodelist (*.cir) file, in a format very similar to that used by SPICE.
Clove is designed to give an intuitive feel to the user. Each component has a good representation.
Reset: A push button used to de-initialize the simulation.
The Simulation:
A simulation is performed by means of a “state update” loop. In the following code, the “state” variable store the status of each component of the circuit and the time of the simulation is the current value of “t”.
When a first event has occurred (on button “reset” the following calls are made) which calls for an update of the statuses.
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Clove is a free open-source circuit simulator written in C, also available for personal computers with a Unix or Linux operating system and gcc.

Clove is an interactive circuit simulator.
Users can enter commands (called expressions) in a command window or in the expression entry box.
Clove will then evaluate the expressions, print the results, and start the simulation.
The result can be written to the screen, copied to the clipboard, read from the clipboard, sent to the
standard output, or put on the clipboard.
Clove has various features:
* easy interactive simulation
* signal/clock graph display
* drawing primitive (line, polygon, circle, ellipse)
* color (if needed)
* numerical data
* user defined external data source
* switch power source
* automatic simulation restart on error
* expression history

Clove is written and maintained by Jean-Baptiste
Keminer.
See for more details.

Clove comes with a number of example circuits, including the following:
* a full AC low-pass filter
* an LTC4056 op amp based on the LT1302 chip
* a comparator
* a delay circuit
* a monostable circuit
* a wall-mounted clock (4 models)

Clove also includes a number of other example circuits:
* cross, star, full-bridge, CML and other currents
* PWM control
* LVP and LVFR
* DC stabilized
* AC stabilized
* a watchdog timer
* I/O (mono, stereo, PWM)
* RF
* a small real-time oscillator (frequency countdown)
* a small digital timer
* a timer with non-monotonic, increasing, and interruptible count
* an 8-bit ADC
* a 16-bit ADC

Clove can be compiled and run on Windows XP or later.
Clove is available here.
Clove may also be installed using CMake.

Clove can produce plots on linux with gnuplot.
To create the plots, you need the gnuplot command-line interface (gnuplot).
For more information about this, see

Clove is based on Spice, see here:

What’s New in the Clove?

Clove is an application for a quick and easy simulation of electrical circuits.
It aims at being simple and easy to use in a undergraduate context, so you can avoid the steep learning curve of SPICE.
Clove is based on Omnet++, and the binary is only 2 MB (compared to the 5MB of SPICE).
Clove simulation is performed by exchanging xml format and coordinates of the nodes.
Clove provides a visual interface for the simulation, allowing you to do the usual stuff (see screenshot below).
Clove also provides a plugin point to use your own models : the list of models that you want to manage is provided by the user, and the graphical interface and simulations are managed by the plugin.
Clove is written in C++ on Qt, and is released under the GPL v3 license.

Features

Solo Node

Clove supports the simulation of an AC circuit without current source.
For this, the network must be divided in several sub-circuits and only several branches are available in the Graph Panel.
The simulation is started by pressing the button “Simulate”.
Clove automatically loads the circuit description file (.cir) in the sub-circuits.
The simulation can be started for any node of the network, and the parameters can be modified, if necessary.
If the node selected does not exist in the graph, you will be prompted to create it.
The parameters of the nodes are stored as integer values of unsigned 32 bits, then divided into specific categories with a given name.

Current Source

You can simulate an AC circuit with current sources in Clove with the following options :
– the physical devices are selected in the Graph Panel (so that the graphical interface is adapted to the device type), and you can easily drag&drop a virtual device in the input port.
– a virtual node is created for the power supply and its associated virtual device.

Simulation

Clove controls the simulation with a model interface.
The model interface is :
– at the top right corner : the Graph Panel, where you can display the physical parts of the circuit
– between each panel : buttons for enabling/disabling the simulation of the node.
– in the bottom of the window : the node list.
Clove saves the log at the level of the panel in which the action has been done.
Clove supports 3 color schemes: by default, it takes the simulation

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