SEQUEL: A Solver for circuit EQuations
                    with User-defined ELements


  1. Allows user-defined elements
  2. Sparse Tableau or MNA description of elements allowed
  3. DC, transient, small-signal, noise analysis
  4. mixed-signal simulation
  5. electrothermal simulation
  6. sensitivity analysis
  7. switched capcitor circuits
  8. neurophysics
  9. Efficient "steady-state waveform" computation
  10. Perfectly "general" elements (mechanical, thermal etc.)
  11. Runs on GNU/Linux (9.0 and up) and Windows
  12. Free !!

Related Publications
  1. M. B. Patil, "A public-domain program for mixed-signal simulation," IEEE Trans. Education, pp. 187-193, May 2002.
  2. M. B. Patil, S. P. Das, A. Joshi, and M. C. Chandorkar, "A new public-domain simulator for power electronics circuits," IEEE Trans. Education, vol. 45, pp. 79-85, Feb. 2002.
  3. D. Vinay Kumar, R. A. Thakker, M. B. Patil, and V. R. Rao, "Simulation study of non quasi static behaviour of MOS transistors," Proc. 5th Intl. Conf. on Modeling and Simulation of Microsystems, San Juan, Peurto Rico, April 22, 2002. This describes how SEQUEL can be used for "look-up table"-based simulation of submicron MOS transistors.
  4. M. B. Patil, M. C. Chandorkar, B. G. Fernandes, and K. Chatterjee, "Computation of steady-state response in power electronic circuits," IETE J. Research, vol. 48, no. 6, pp. 471-477, Nov. 2002.
  5. Dennis Sasikumar, R. Manchanda, M. B. Patil, "The role of dendritic spines in EPSP amplification: a computational pilot study using a novel simulation platform," Int. Symp. Neuroscience, Manesar, India, Dec 15-17, 2003. (awarded the best poster prize in the Computational Neuroscience section)
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