Learners read how quality can be built into a manufacturing process.
Continuous Cycling Tuning Example
By Craig Hemken, Terry Bartelt
In this interactive object, learners follow the steps required for the Ziegler-Nichols Continuous Cycling method. The process identification procedure is performed, calculations are made, and the proper PID values are programmed into the controller.
Calculating DC Values of a Transistor Amplifier
By Terry Bartelt
In this animated activity, learners view the seven steps that are used to calculate voltage and current values throughout a common-emitter transistor amplifier.
Oscilloscope AC Voltage Measurements
In this animated learning object, students view the operation of an oscilloscope that is used to measure AC voltages. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Elements of Machine Vision
By Craig Hemken
Learners examine the basic elements of a machine vision system. A short quiz completes the activity.
Mathematical Expression of an AC Sine Wave
By Patrick Hoppe
Students view the mathematical expression of an AC waveform with respect to time (t) and read about the different components of this expression.
The Primary Flight Controls of an Airplane
By Priscilla Ralls, Jared Huss
In this interactive object, learners experience how the three primary flight controls allow a pilot to determine the motion of the airplane during flight.
Voltage Source Approximations
Students examine the first and second approximations of a voltage source. A "stiff" voltage source is defined, and several examples are given.
Current Source Approximations
Learners examine first and second approximations and view examples of a "stiff" current source.
The Eight Wastes of Lean
By Kaye Krueger
Learners examine ways to eliminate or minimize the wastes found in business processes. A matching exercise completes the activity.
Primary and Secondary Source Baseball!
This game is meant to be a supplement to a center based activity for third grade.
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