In this learning activity you'll explore various ways to calculate the power consumed in a series/parallel circuit.
Using a memory shortcut for calculations, the learner determines line and phase values of current in a three-phase AC configuration. Practice problems complete the activity.
This learning object introduces the student to the calculations involved in a sieve analysis -- including percentage retained and percentage passed.
Learners view a sample of the keystrokes from a TI-35X or 36X calculator that are required to solve for the instantaneous voltage of a charging RC circuit.
In this learning activity you'll review the various ways to calculate the total power consumed in a series circuit.
In this interactive object, learners follow steps to find phase voltages in a partial three-phase power distribution circuit.
Students view the keystrokes of a TI-30XIIS calculator that are required to solve for the instantaneous current of an energizing RL circuit.
Students view the keystrokes of a TI-30XIIS calculator that are required to solve for the instantaneous voltage of a charging RC circuit.
Learners examine the formulas that are used to determine the proper PID values to be entered into a controller using the Ziegler-Nichols Continuous Cycling Tuning Method.
In this animated object, learners view the keystrokes on a TI-35X/36X calculator that are required to solve for the instantaneous voltage of a discharging RC circuit.
In this learning activity you'll practice reading a micrometer.
In this learning activity you'll identify abbreviations that represent quantities associated with electrical circuits.
In this animated activity, learners view the seven steps that are used to calculate voltage and current values throughout a common-emitter transistor amplifier.
Students follow step-by-step directions on how to make mathematical calculations for a Wheatstone bridge.
Learners examine the concept of propagation delay within a TTL logic gate. The concept is explained with the use of timing diagrams and sample calculations.
Learners examine the changes in current and voltage values in a parallel circuit when open and short conditions develop. Ohm's Law calculations are shown, and a brief quiz completes the activity.
Learners observe current flow throughout the series portion and branches of a parallel circuit. This animated activity includes calculations and a short quiz.
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.
Students view several examples of how to determine the total impedance of a series circuit. The "j" term is used in all of the calculations.