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View Resource eFluids

Started over ten years ago, eFluids is a "specialty web portal designed to serve as a one-stop web information resource for anyone working the areas of flow engineering, fluid mechanics research, education, and directly related topics." The primary editors behind the site include professors from Arizona State University, Tufts University, and the University of California, Santa Barbara. On the...

View Resource Topic in Depth - Fluid Power

Hydraulics and pneumatics are both forms of fluid power, a common means of driving and controlling mechanical motions. It is one of the three kinds of power, with mechanical and electrical. Fluid power systems are widely used in most machinery, such as automobiles and construction equipment.

View Resource 10 Fluid Power Lessons You Don't Learn in School

This brief lesson provides information about fluid power concepts that are normally not covered in a traditional school or industrial training course, but are important to know when working in the field. The document is available as a PDF.

View Resource Properties of Fluids

This lesson, presented by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, covers the properties of water flow. Students will "observe and understand the way fluids interact with a stationary phase for example, chromatography paper." Next, students will create a list of questions they have about chromatography and research answers to them. Two Teacher Preparation Guides and two Student Guides...

View Resource Bigger is not always better

This lesson, presented by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, covers size, scale, and measurement. In the first part of the activity, students will view the classic Power of 10 video before measuring various objects in the classroom. In the second part, size effects in chemical reactions are observed. Two Teacher Preparation Guides, two Student Guides, and Next Generation S...

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