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View Resource WindTech TV: Bonus Materials- Machine Control Circuits

This section of the Wind Technician TV website provides bonus materials pertaining to machine control circuits. Users can review content on topics like electrical theory, magnetics, ladder diagrams and start-stop interlock example. Clicking on a subtopic will launch a pop up window demonstrating the concept.

View Resource Hands on Activity: The Path of Electrons

A short (approximately 10 minutes) classroom activity to help students visualize the flow of electrons through a circuit. A worksheet with questions and answers is included. The materials needed for this activity are: colored construction paper, markers, candy (optional), two D-size batteries, small light bulb in a light bulb holder (available at hardware stores), and wire to connect the batt...

View Resource ELEC-2913 - Motors & Controls for Electric Vehicles & Industrial Applications

This three credit course offered at Macomb Community College provides an introduction to alternating current (AC) motors, AC motor controls, and AC motor applications to battery electric and hybrid electric vehicles (BEVs and HEVs). Course topics include fundamental concepts of electricity and magnetism, AC motors, traction motors, AC synchronous permanent magnet motors, HEV/BEV energy stor...

View Resource Electronics Learning-Resources on the Web

The links on this page are to background information which students taking electronics courses (particularly PHY2003, PHY3128) may find helpful. The descriptors used in the tables are explained at the bottom of the page. Topics include Circuit Analysis and Complex Variables, Techniques and Good Practice, Oscilloscopes, Passive Components, Diodes, Transistors, Op-Amps, Filters, Digital Signal,...

View Resource How to Interpret Circuit Diagrams

This site presents an explanation of how to interpret circuit diagrams. Two diagrams show the difference between a "short hand" circuit diagram and a more detailed one. The detailed circuit diagram is useful for those first learning circuits in an effort to eventually understand the "short hand" diagram without difficulty.

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