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In this paper, the authors describe the development of animation videos based on computer simulation of semiconductor electronic devices for classroom demonstration of abstract concepts. The device physics taught in...
Vision: To create a network in Florida that offers girls and young women exciting opportunities to connect and explore the worlds of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math that lead to rewarding careers and better...
This quicktime animation examines the basics in wireless communication. Wireless communication has become pervasive in everyday life, providing convenience, piece of mind as well as emergency preparedness for its users...
This page is an introduction to the Solid Oxide fuel cell. It uses flash software to explain in greater detail what the Solid Oxide fuel cell consists of and how it works. The website has an introductory animation which...
This is an interactive page using flash software that gives a brief overview on how the fuel cell works and some of its functions. The website has an introductory animation which is followed by more in depth description...
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