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View Resource Play-Hookey Website

Skipping school is never something to advocate. If you have to be out of the classroom, there's no reason why you can't learn a little something and enjoy yourself while you're doing it, though! That's the basic purpose of this site. Topics currently available include: digital logic, DC electronic theory, AC electronic theory, test HTML markup, OP amps and analog circuits. Some of the pages on...

View Resource Motor Animations

This page contains links to animations of various types of motors, including stepper motors, brushless motors, and permanant magnet DC motors. Some of the animations are hosted on this site, and require shockwave to view. Others are provided by other websites.

View Resource Steady-state Characteristics of a Synchronous Motor (part 2)

The steady-state characteristics of a synchronous motor represented by phasor diagrams are shown as function of the load P with the excitation voltage E kept constant.The power expression is P = I V cos(;) = E V sin(;) / X. The basic phasor equation is V = E + jX I.The locus of E is a portion of a circle of radius E centered at the origin of the complex plane. The locus of I is also a circle of...

View Resource Phase-Splitting of Single-Phase Motors

This interactive presentation, created by Terry Bartelt for the Electromechanical Digital Library, discusses phase splitting in single-phase motors. Bartelt begins with a discussion of the sine waves that starts this process. After this important introduction, the author allows the student to explore either resistance or capacitance start motors. Bartelt explains each using helpful interactive...

View Resource Make Mousey The Junkbot

Mousey is a mouse made of scavenged materials. If you're not a scavenger you can also get the parts from solarbotics.com. This video, hosted by Bre Pettis, provides a presentation of how the robot should work, but linked from the video is a PDF which will provide even more detailed instructions. The PDF can be found for free at the iTunes store at MAKE Magazine: MAKE Podcasts. This a easy, cheap...

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