Clove 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.

 

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The latest version of Clove runs with the Netlab simulation environment and provides an option to simulate the SPICE functionality (aka the included SPICE libraries).
This is described below:
1. In the SPICE libraries, everything is organized in modules. The interface to load a module into the SPICE simulation environment is usually provided by the’spicemodimport’ utility.
2. When I create a module, it is usualy imported by another one and that is is the case with the included SPICE libraries. This means that in SPICE, there is no concept of modules, the only unit that exists is the module.
3. Modules are organized into categories. These are a rough classification and are not always 1 to 1 between SPICE and Clove.
4. There are three types of modules in the included SPICE libraries.
(i) State Elements: This is the normal SPICE module in which all the state variables of the circuit are stored. This is what is simulated with SPICE.
(ii) Events: In SPICE, events are used to represent the application of a circuit element (signal, switch etc.). Events can be ‘gated’ (a signal can only go through a signal when it is triggered) and there is no corresponding module in SPICE.
(iii) Circuits: This is the most usual SPICE module type. It is what is simulated with SPICE.
In Clove, the interface to load a SPICE module into the simulation is very similar to that in SPICE, and to load a module, one uses the ‘loadspice’ function.
SPICE modules can be loaded into the simulation environment using the’spicemodimport’ utility. This utility can find the module in the folder where it is installed (usually the’spice’ folder).
Clove – Clove will use the SPICE module with a label of ‘_SPICE_’. If a module is not found in the SPICE library, it is imported in the SPICE library and then’scrubbed’ to remove any SPICE symbols and make sure it is compatible with Clove.

The circuit description is read from the command line.
-c, –circuit
Read the from the command line and load it into the
environment. See the’readcircuitfile’ function for more information.
The may take several arguments

Clove [Mac/Win]

– Very simple application, making it easy to use for an absolute beginner.
– Very simple interface, making it easy to use for the expert.
– Add an ac circuit with the left mouse button, with any shape.
– All the computations are made in real time.
– The result can be saved to a file.
– The circuit editor can be closed at any time and the result obtained will be updated.
– Convert the current circuit into an AC circuit.
– Convert an AC circuit into a DC circuit.
– Convert a DC circuit into an AC circuit.
– Display the description of the selected component.
– Display the detailed description of the selected component (name, symbol, parameter, etc.).
– Display the general description of the selected component (name, symbol, parameter, etc.).
– Display the advanced description of the selected component.
– Display the name and symbol of the selected component (see all possible symbols).
– Insert arbitrary components.
– Get the default parameter for the selected component (GND, BIAS, VCC).
– Get the complete list of the parameters for the selected component (they can be easily modified).
– Remove the selected component (or all components).
– New.
– Rename.
– Modify.
– Continue.
– Start.
– Stop.
– Exit.
– Reset.
– Restart.
– Exit to the main menu.
– Cancel.
– System Information.
– Main Window.
– List of components.
– List of devices.
– List of output nets.
– List of input nets.
– List of I/O nets.
– List of associated properties.
– List of associated components.
– List of associated devices.
– List of associated output nets.
– List of associated input nets.
– List of associated I/O nets.
– List of associated properties.
– List of associated components.
– List of associated devices.
– List of associated output nets.
– List of associated input nets.
– List of associated I/O nets.
– List of associated properties.
– List of components.
– List of devices.
– List of output nets.
– List of input nets.
– List of I/O nets.
– List of properties.
– List of components.
– List of devices.
– List of output nets.
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Clove

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Clove is written in C and compiled for PowerPC, MIPS, MIPSel, ARM, ARM64, and PPC64EL. It is not made for x86 or PowerPC32, so it won’t run if you try to run it on those systems.
There is very little documentation on Clove because it is still in development and it’s a very light and basic project.
How to compile and use Clove:
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We have tried to keep Clove’s makefile system simple and easy to understand. You can build and use Clove as follows:

1. Make sure Clove is installed by running make -silent clove and following the instructions provided. You should be prompted if there are any missing files, in which case you will be asked to run make -C clove to have the missing files installed.

2. If you have not already downloaded the circuit description of your circuit, you can use make -silent dc to download the circuit from the web.

3. Now compile Clove by running make -silent toolClove and follow the instructions.

4. If you want to try it out, you can run make -silent run to execute Clove using one of the circuit descriptions provided. The descriptions include built-in firmware on the simulated PIC 18F2550 MCU.

5. If you want to see the code, you can run make -silent code.

6. If you want to see how to manipulate Clove’s display, you can run make -silent wssWindow or make -silent wssXWindow where the XWindow is the X11 window you would like to use to display Clove’s output. If you are planning on changing the location of the windows, make sure that you have the X11 configuration set up for your setup. You can check which windows you have by running make -silent wss where windows starts with a w and ends with an s.

License:
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Clove is licensed under the GNU GPL (version 2 or later). To do as much as possible, please send us feedback regarding Clove. You can also write to us at [email protected]

Q:

– Don’t know how to create the nodelist
– Don’t know how to run Clove
– Don’t know how to make Clove
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What’s New in the?

Author: Jean-Loup Gailly
Email: gzip AT compuserve.com
Website:
Version: 0.4.0
Status: Complete
Clove Version 0.4.0 is released here:
The current version of Clove, 0.4.0, is not recommended for usage in large work shops, but rather for amateurs / professionals who require a simple simulation tool.

The goal of this project is to produce a Mac GUI application and a web service for calculating circuit parameters. The GUI is called Spicelets. Spicelets is a circuit design application based on the SPICE specification for describing electronic circuits and is essentially an SPICE circuit modeler. The web service is called MicrowaveStress

This project is the Java implementation of the SPICE circuit and DC/AC-circuit analysis described in the book: Pulsed Power Electronics. It provides the following tools:
* Simple AC-circuit analysis.
* Multicircuit (DC/AC-combined analysis) including AC-current modeling of large inductors,
* DC-biased AC-transport analysis,
* DC/AC-power loss analysis.
The SPICE_CIRCUIT driver is used for importing circuit files. The inputs to the driver are ‘circuit description’ files

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System Requirements For Clove:

Mac users may run with a low graphical system requirement as long as their Mac’s graphics processor and OpenGL support, as described on our download page.
Windows users may run with a minimum system requirement of:
Windows 7: Core i3, Core i5, Core i7
Windows Vista: Core i3, Core i5, Core i7
Windows XP: Core i3, Core i5, Core i7
If you would like more information on your system’s graphical requirements, visit our System Requirements page.

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