Match the Operating System information to the correct Operating Systen
Using the principle of Pascal's Law, the learner will interpret the gauge readings in a hydraulic system to determine when the system is operating properly under various load conditions and when there is a defect.
Students complete 10 practice problems. These deal with the determination of series current, zener current, and load current, and if the zener diode is operating in the breakdown region.
In this learning activity you'll practice operating the Hurco Controller in the CNC mode.
In this interactive object, learners set up a shear, enter the back gauge dimension, and prepare to shear metal in a simulation of the Adira Hydraulic Shear.
How well do you know this essential piece of system software?
By Colleen Jones Flores
In this learning activity you'll examine how computers operate in a peer-to-peer network operating system.
In this learning activity you'll observe how computers operate in a client-server network operating system and consider the advantages and disadvantages of such a system.
Students review the functions of the keys on the Starrett HB400 Optical Comparator controller.
This will allow you to verify your understanding of some of the key terms and concepts with Windows installation methods.
By Christine Lazaro
You'll identify proper and improper operating conditions when using carbide cutting tools.
This game will help players manage file and directory permissions within the Linux operating system.
You'll become familiar with special permissions in the Linux operating system.
You'll be introduced to the most common compression and archival utilities included in many Linux based operating systems.
You'll explore concepts relating to disk usage and quotas in the Linux operating system.
You'll explore introductory concepts related to variables in the Linux operating system.
You'll explore introductory concepts related to shell scripting in the Linux operating system.
You'll learn some Linux Operating System basics.
You'll be introduced to some of the acronyms you'll run into when working with software on an operating system.
By Joseph Wetzel