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This site is the electronic version of a magazine for engineers and technicians. It has useful projects and information concerning the latest technologies. In particular it highlights "noteworthy design projects from...
This site includes a cut-away animation of how a uniaxial electric actuator operates. Objective: Describe how the uniaxial electric actuator works. You can find this animation under the heading "Automation Technology."
Amatrol's e-Learning program meets the challenge for flexible technical training by offering superb technical content depth as well as breadth, strong interactivity for skill development, and excellent assessment and...
Initially developed by NJCATE and a team of math, science, communications and technology faculty, this learning module employs the NJCATE Integrated Curriculum Model to integrate core and technical material. Accessing...
This website contains a series of tutorials about flow control valve topics. The topics include capacity, sizing, valve types, characteristics, actuators, positioners, controllers and sensors. The website is broken down...
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