Voltage Divider Rule Practice Problems
By Patrick Hoppe
Learners review the VDR and work six problems. Immediate feedback is given.
Proportional Control Amplifier
By Terry Bartelt
Learners examine the operation of a proportional control amplifier and the two ways that it is programmed using proportional gain or proportional band. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Electrical Generator Basics
In this animated activity, learners examine how a voltage is induced into a conductor when the conductor cuts across magnetic flux lines. They also view the four factors that determine how much voltage is generated. A brief quiz completes the learning object.
The DC Motor
Learners examine the wiring of the primary components of the three types of DC motors, series, shunt, and compound. The operational characteristics of each type of motor are described. A quiz completes the activity.
Series-Parallel Practice Problems Circuit 4
In this interactive object, learners work 12 problems dealing with dc circuit analysis.
Electrical Units, Abbreviations, and Symbols
In this learning activity you'll read introduction to electrical quantities, units, and symbols and test their knowledge in a matching exercise.
Learners read about the concepts of true power, reactive power, and apparent power, and are introduced to the power factor formula. A short quiz completes the activity.
Excel: Rectangular to Polar Conversion for the Phase Angle in Radians
The conversion from rectangular to polar mode phase angle in radians is demonstrated in Excel.
Op Amp Fundamentals: The Non-Inverting Amplifier
Students are introduced to the non-inverting amplifier configuration. The formulas for closed loop gain and bandwidth are shown, and an example is given.
Ohm's Law Practice Problems #1
Learners review Ohm's Law and then work 12 problems. In each of the problems, students are given two of the three variables (voltage, resistance, or current) and are asked to solve for the third.
Series-Parallel Circuit Analysis Practice Problems: Circuit 10
Learners examine a series-parallel circuit and solve 14 problems related to voltage, current, and power. A help screen is provided.
Total Impedance of a Series Circuit Using Complex Numbers
Students view several examples of how to determine the total impedance of a series circuit. The "j" term is used in all of the calculations.
Statics: Force Systems
By Steve Whitmoyer
Learners read an introduction to the four basic types of force systems for a statically determinate condition.
DC/AC I: Unit 5 Sample Exam
Learners answer 14 questions about series-parallel DC circuits.
The TI-86 Scientific Calculator: Using the Exponent Function
This primer introduces the student to the proper use of the exponent (EE) function on a TI-86 calculator.
Transfer Functions: The RL Low Pass Filter
Learners read how the transfer function for a RC low pass filter is developed. The transfer function is used in Excel to graph the Vout. The circuit is also simulated in Electronic WorkBench and the resulting Bode plot is compared to the graph from Excel.
Brain Exercise: Visualization #1
By Glenn Sokolowski
In this interactive object, learners practice their 3D visualization skills by identifying the correct isometric view of an object. Front, side, and top orthographic views are shown.
Power Law Practice Problems #1
Learners review the three formulas for power and work 12 problems. In each of the problems, students are given two of the three variables (voltage, resistance, or current) and asked to solve for power. Immediate feedback is provided.
Learners examine the function of the analog wattmeter to measure true power, how it is connected in a circuit, and how the internal components develop a measurement. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Statics - Trig: The Law of Cosines Using a TI-36X Calculator
Learners apply the Law of Cosines to determine forces using a TI-36X calculator in this animated object.
Transformers - A Mechanical Gear Analogy
By Roger Brown
Learners read an analogy comparing an electrical transformer to mechanical gears.
Resistor Color Code Recognition Drills
By James Bourassa, John Rosz
In this interactive object, students complete progressively more difficult exercises as a way to improve their ability to recognize resistor color code values.
Learners examine how an electromagnet is formed. Animated illustrations show current running through a coil wrapped around an iron core.
Voltage Sources in Series
In this learning activity you'll explore the effect of connecting voltage sources in series to increase voltage applied to a load.
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
Students read a definition of Kirchhoff's Voltage Law and view examples of its use.