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Students complete a sample exam for DC/AC I. It provides an overview of the material presented in the course.
Analyze a Part Drawing
By Glenn Sokolowski
In this interactive object, learners answer 25 questions regarding part or assembly drawings. The basic areas of blueprint reading are covered.
Wheatstone Bridge Application
By Terry Bartelt
In this animated activity, students view how the Wheatstone bridge is used to activate a temperature alarm. A short quiz completes the lesson.
Transfer Functions: The RC Low Pass Filter
By Patrick Hoppe
Students 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.
Crank Slider Velocity
By James Bourassa
In this animated object, learners identify the basic parts and operation of a crank slider mechanism. They also follow the steps to use rotational input velocity to determine the linear output velocity of a slider component.
Abbreviations Representing Electrical Quantities
In this learning activity you'll identify abbreviations that represent quantities associated with electrical circuits.
The Thevenin Theorem
This animated object allows students to examine the four steps used to reduce a complex circuit to a simple series circuit.
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL): Practice Problems
By Terry Fleischman, Patrick Hoppe
Learners review Kirchhoff's Voltage Law and work six practice problems. Feedback is given.
Identifying Engineering Notation
By Ron Wallberg
The learner will represent very large and very small numbers in engineering notation.
Op Amps 3: The Inverting Amplifier
By Todd Van De Hey
Describe the inverting op-amp configuration and calculate the circuit gain.
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