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 Basic Electricity This resource, created by National Aerospace Technical Education Center (SpaceTEC), is centered on basic electricity. The presentation focuses on standards for SpaceTEC certification. Safety when using electricity is the focal point of the slides. Basic diagrams and charts illustrate the do and don?ts when using electrical appliances. After the discussion of safety, the presentation shifts t... http://www.spacetec.org/docs/BasicElectricity.ppt
 The Learning Pit This web site provides links to software simulations, course materials, and curriculum for technology training. Tutorials are available on digital logic, digital signal processing, fiber optics, renewable energy, motors, and interfaces. Tables include AWG wire gauge, resistance values, and capacitor color codes. Online calculators for determining Ohms law and resistor color codes. Also includes ... http://thelearningpit.com
 Current Divider This current divider produces an output current, Io, that is proportional to the input current, Is. The output current is measured using a ammeter. The input current is the current of the current source. The constant of proportionality is called the gain of the current divider. The value of the gain of the current divider is determined by the resistances, R1 and R2, of the two resistors that... http://people.clarkson.edu/~jsvoboda/eta/designLab/CurrentDi...
 Current Controlled Voltage Source (CCVS) This interactive website from professor James A. Svoboda of Clarkson University describes a circuit that contains a Current Controlled Voltage Source (CCVS). The gain of the CCVS can be changed using the scrollbar. http://people.clarkson.edu/~jsvoboda/eta/CircuitElements/ccv...
 Oersted and the Discovery of Electromagnetism This page, authored and curated by David P. Stern, and its annex describes, in trivial terms, the physics of magnetic fields and the history of its discovery. Included is the work of Halley, Oersted, Ampere and Maxwell. It also describes a way of demonstrating it in the classroom, using a vu-graph projector. Later sections #5, #5a and #6 extend this to magnetic field lines and electromagnetism.... http://www.phy6.org/Education/wmfield.html
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