In this animated activity, a drill-and-clamp machine is used to show an application of a pressure-reducing valve. Recommendations on how to properly make pressure adjustments are also provided.
Flow Control Valves
By Terry Bartelt
In this colorful and animated activity, learners study the operation of a needle valve and the operation of the needle valve with a check valve. A brief quiz completes the activity.
By Patrick Hoppe
This learning object introduces the three approximations of a diode.
The Torque of an Induction Motor
By Terry Fleischman
The learner will examine how torque is developed in an induction motor.
Opens and Shorts
In this animated activity, students examine the difference between opens and shorts in an electrical circuit. A brief quiz completes the object.
An Impedance Matching Application
Learners consider why an impedance matching transformer is needed to connect an antenna to a television.
Passive Transport: Filtration and Facilitated Diffusion
By Barbara Liang
In this animated object, learners examine processes that do not use ATP directly including hydrostatic pressure and facilitated diffusion with carrier proteins.
The Anatomy of the Heart
By Wendy Dusek
In this animated and interactive object, learners identify the valves and chambers of the heart.
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.
Hydraulic Directional Control Valves
In this animated activity, learners examine the operation of hydraulic directional control valves and the internal components that divert the fluid.
Air Brake Parts
How well do you know your air brake parts?
Heat and Heat Transfer Part 2
Show everyone how much you know about heat and heat transfer by solving these 7 Terms!
Microsoft Programming Acronyms
You'll be introduced to commonly used acronyms within the computer industry.
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