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View Resource Overview of AC Complex Circuit Simulation

This is a downloadable complex AC circuit simulation with a voltage source and a reactive load. Users can adjust the voltage, load resistance, capacitance, and inductance and see the resulting change in the current. Users are challenged to figure out what conditions and settings result in the most power being delivered. This software would be useful for anyone studying electrical engineering or...

View Resource Electronics Simulations and Lessons

These are five free downloadable simulations for experimenting with and learning basic electronics concepts. The software includes a LED (Light Emitting Diode) Simulation which demonstrates band gap theory. The Overview Complex AC Circuit program allows users to adjust the voltage, load resistance, capacitance, and inductance and see the resulting change in the current. The DC Circuit Parallel...

View Resource Analog Electronics: Basic Circuits of Operational Amplifiers

This site offers a set of interactive operational amplifiers (OAs) simulators with detailed lessons and basic circuit schematics (including theory). The Java applets provided include an inverting amplifier, summing amplifier, difference amplifier, differentiator, and integrator circuit amplifier.

View Resource Electricity as a Fluid

Created by David P. Stern, this is a short non-mathematical description of the analogy between fluid flow in pipes and electricity flow in circuits, comparing batteries to pumps, current to flow rate (liters-per-second) and voltage to pressure. At the end the electric field is introduced as the 3-dimensional distribution of voltage in space. The lesson describes ideas such as Ohm's law, electric...

View Resource Simple LabVIEW DC Circuit Simulation With Parallel Resistors: Overview

This is a downloadable simple DC circuit simulation with 2 resistors in parallel with a third resistor. This is useful for studying Ohm's Law. Users can adjust the voltage and the resistors while the current changes in real time, just like the real thing. Users are then asked whether the current increases or decreases as the ohms of the resistors increases. Includes instructions on how to measure...

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