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Learners apply the principles associated with Boyle’s Law. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Basic Elements of a Plastics Extruder
By Craig Hemken
In this animated object, learners examine the parts of a plastics extruder. A quiz completes the activity.
Instantaneous Current Calculations of a De-Energizing RL Circuit (Using a TI-30XIIS Calculator)
By Terry Bartelt
Students view a sample of the keystrokes of a TI-30XIIS calculator that are required to solve for the instantaneous current of a de-energizing circuit.
Value-Added vs. Non-Value-Added Activities
By Terry Bartelt, Terry Fleischman
In this interactive object, learners read a description of value-added and non-value-added activities and then place various work duties into these two categories.
Measuring Current in a Parallel Circuit
In this interactive learning object, students view the ammeter connections for measuring currents in a parallel circuit with three branches on an energy concepts lab board. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Ohm's Law Practice Problems #1
By Patrick Hoppe
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.
Abbreviations Representing Electrical Quantities
In this learning activity you'll identify abbreviations that represent quantities associated with electrical circuits.
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
Students read a definition of Kirchhoff's Voltage Law and view examples of its use.
Methods of Producing Electricity
In this learning activity you'll review the six different ways in which electricity is produced: chemical, friction, heat, light, magnetism, and pressure.
How Pressure Changes Boiling Temperature
Learners study the effect that pressure has on boiling temperatures. Once a liquid has reached a full boil, additional heat does not raise the liquid’s temperature; however, pressure can vary the boiling point of a liquid. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Challenge your knowledge of HVAC systems and have a good time !
Unit Conversion in the English Measurement System: Volume
You'll practice converting between units of measure for volume in the English Measurement System.
Laws 1 Idioms 1
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