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The linear current-controlled voltage source is a TwoPort. The "right" port voltage at pin 2 (=p2.v) is controlled by the "left" port current at pin p1(=p1.i) via
p2.v = p1.i * transResistance.
The controlling port voltage is zero. Any transResistance can be chosen.
The corresponding SPICE description
Hname N+ N- VNAM VALUE
is translated to Modelica:
Hname -> Spice3.Basic.H_CCV Hname (Hname is the name of the Modelica instance) N+ -> p2.v N- -> n2.v
The voltage source VNAM has the two nodes NV+ and NV-:
VNAM VN+ VN- VALUE_V
The current through VNAM hast to be led through the CCV.
Therefore VNAM has to be disconnected and an additional
node NV_AD has to be added.
NV_AD -> p1.i NV- -> n1.i
On this way the current, that flows through the voltage source VNAM, flows through the CCV.
VALUE -> transResistance
Type: Resistance (Ω)