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Searched for: LC Classification is Technology -- Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering -- Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering -- Electricity for amateurs. Amateur constructors' manuals -- Generators and motors
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The Snap-O-Lantern is a robotic mini-pumpkin. Normally, it just sits there, in disguise as a boring old pumpkin. But, every twenty seconds he comes to life. His LED eyes turn on, his jaw slowly opens, and then SNAPS...
This site from Penton Media includes a number of introductory "mini" lectures on different types of electric motors, including AC motors, DC motors, Servo motors and Stepper motors. The materials also cover electrical...
This is a good student/class project to see what students can do with a AA battery, copper coil, one magnet, two paperclips, tape and needlenose pliers. With these, they can make a simple motor. Pino makes this lesson...
This website, presented by Jose Pino, is a guide of how to build a motor with Legos. The Legos will house the motor and allow you to connect the power to something like a wheel. This is a great class projects; it opens...
This learning object covers cylinders and motor pneumatic actuators. It is hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison and consists of cylinders operations such as: single, duel acting, factors for cylinder speed. The...
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