No I did not change the Resistor from PSpice_ELEM.
I have a schematic with several AD587U, op97, and resitors.
I have modified the AD587U/AD in order to have Monte Carmo analysis in Pspice.
I create the RMODEL above to have a model conform to the datasheet i.e. 10V+/-5mV.
I didn't realize that PSpice Advance Analysis and Pspice A/D were 2 separate software.
I just notice that when I select "Enable PSpice AA support for legacy", then the PSpice A/D result are wrong.
I perform a Monte Carlo with DEVTOL=0, DTEMP=0, DMONTH=0, PSpice A/D show me a histogram with the output always equal to 10.0V.
I perform a Monte Carlo with DEVTOL=1, DTEMP=10, DMONTH=60, PSpice A/D show me a histogram with the output which vary between [9.982 and 10.018]. That's Ok.
I perform a Monte Carlo and i select "Enable PSpice AA support for legacy" with DEVTOL=0, DTEMP=0, DMONTH=0, PSpice A/D show me a histogram with the output which vary between [9.995 and 10.005]. That's Wrong.
Thanks to your help, I now manage to have a SMOKE analysis.
In the Pspice Advanced Analysis Interface, I am not interested in some parameters (for example "Maximum current" for a capacitor) but some other parameters (like the "Maximum temperature" for a capacitor) are not visible.
Is it possible to choose?
I just hide the "Max current" by filtering but I do not have the Max Tem on capacitors and I have it on the resistors??
And is it possible to extract the results to present them in another report ( something like a Copy to clipboard?)
Because the interface with green histogram it really intuitive!