Learners follow steps for reading a P&ID diagram of a closed-loop circuit.
By Terry Bartelt
Learners examine how air-to-open valves and air-to-close valves are used in different situations. A brief quiz completes the activity.
Line Symbols (Screencast)
Learners examine the different types of lines used on a P&ID diagram and the types of connections they represent. They test their knowledge in a matching exercise.
Series Circuit Analysis Practice Problems: Circuit #3
By Patrick Hoppe
In this interactive object, learners solve for the current through each resistor, the voltage across each resistor, and the power dissipated.
The Counter-Reset Function
Learners examine the counter-reset function of a programmable controller and how it is used.
A Summary of the Closing Process
By Lynette Teal
In this accounting learning object, students follow the steps involved in the closing process. Temporary accounts contain ending balances for a specified period and must be closed.
Vector Diagram for a Parallel RC Circuit
Learners read about the vector diagram for a parallel RC circuit. This animated lesson presents information on current flow through each branch, total current, and phase angle.
Vector Diagram for a Series RC Circuit
Learners view a vector diagram for a series RC circuit and read information concerning the voltage across each component, the total voltage, and the phase angle.
Vector Diagram for a Parallel RL Circuit
Learners read about the vector diagram for a parallel RL circuit. This animated lesson presents information on current flow through each branch, total current, and phase angle.
Vector Diagram for a Series RL Circuit
Learners view a vector diagram for a series RL circuit. Information on the voltage across each component, the total voltage, and the phase angle is included.
Events for Adult Justice System Part 2
Order the events of a trial
Learn basic facts about chicken processing!
Units and instruments
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