What is it?
Sci-Wcalc refers to the Scilab interface to the wcalc routines. This interface allows the user to apply the full power of a high level programming language like Scilab to the design and analysis of the various Wcalc supported structures. For example, it is extremely simple to plot the Q and self resonant frequency of a 220 nH inductor as a function of winding diameter or to optimize the impedance of a microstrip line to produce minimum loss. For quick calculations with only a few sets of parameters, the standalone GTK-Wcalc is a simpler tool, but when complex optimizations or plotting is desired, the Scilab interface provides tremendous flexibility.
Loading Sci-Wcalc (After Installation)
the Scilab interface,
the interface must be loaded into your running Scilab session.
This is done by executing the
Loading Sci-Wcalc (Before Installation)
If you want to try out Sci-Wcalc before it is installed in its
final location, use the
Running the Sci-Wcalc Functions
Once the Sci-Wcalc interface has been loaded, the Sci-Wcalc functions appear as Scilab builtin functions. Complete documentation on the various functions is available via Scilab's online help.
Currently available functions
You can view the Scilab man pages for the Sci-Wcalc functions online:
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