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This interactive presentation, created by authors James Bourassa and John Rosz, explains how velocity calculations translate to engineering mechanics, and more specifically, quick-return mechanisms. The authors address...
Stattucino is a free Java-based system for data analysis. This service is available as a Java applet or application. Some statistics are provided by a web-based interface as servlets. The applet and the application...
Performance assessments, which go beyond the memorization and snap responses required by multiple-choice questions, and closely resemble the challenges offered by the workplace, are widely recognized as the preferred...
This interactive presentation, created by authors James Bourassa and John Rosz, explains how the input of force reacts with lever systems. The authors address the physics behind levers, and how when proper angles are...
This interactive presentation, created by Terry Bartelt and hosted by the Electromechanical Digital Library, provides an explanation of how a closed loop system functions. Bartelt explains how "the function of a...
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