TRANSIENT ANALYSIS +Finding 1st and 2nd derivative of current and voltage at t=0+.

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Is it possible to find out di/dt and (d^2) i / (dt)^2 at some time \r\ninstants . for ex. in network analysis there are problems for finding \r\nout current and voltage at t=0+ and also the 1st and 2nd derivative of \r\ncurrent and voltage at t=0+

THE EARLIER ANSWER WILL NOT WORK FOR ME SINCE CHANGE IN CURRENT AND VOLTAGE AT A PARTICULAR TIME INSTANT . SO IT WILL BE A CONSTANT VALUE .FOR EX dI/dt at t=0+. So direct differentiation OF CURRENT will not give me the answer.

IF YOU ARE NOT GETTING I CAN SEND THE SOLVED PROBLEM FROM THE BOOK.

THE EARLIER ANSWER WILL NOT WORK FOR ME SINCE CHANGE IN CURRENT AND VOLTAGE AT A PARTICULAR TIME INSTANT . SO IT WILL BE A CONSTANT VALUE .FOR EX dI/dt at t=0+. So direct differentiation OF CURRENT will not give me the answer.

IF YOU ARE NOT GETTING I CAN SEND THE SOLVED PROBLEM FROM THE BOOK.

Ngspice General

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Yes, send us the complete problem statement from the book, and the name of the book you are referring to.

Please find following link .

Book Network analysis by M E van valkenburg

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