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Electric Maintenance Fundamentals - AC/DC Theory - 20011D
Electric Maintenance Fundamentals - AC/DC Theory. Catalog number 20011D. Topics: AC/DC Theory - Lesson 1 * Introduction to Electricity * Voltage * Units of M...
Ohm - Wiki Article
The ohm is the SI derived unit of electrical resistance, named after German physicist Georg Simon Ohm. Although several empirically derived standard units fo...
Electricity: Current pt2-2 US Air Force Training Film
more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/ "Demonstrations are used to present current as a movement of electrons, to establish requirement for current, and to r...
Electrical Units Power and Schematics
What is Electricity
Electricity what is it ? Electricity is hard to describe because we can't see it directly - Voltage and current are units used to measure electrical characte...
Principles of Electricity - 1945
From the GE Film Catalog: "Using animation extensively throughout, this film introduces an unusual technique in teaching the principles of electricity. It br...
The Ampere - Photon Buff
What is an amp? An amp is -A unit of measurement for electrical current -Named after Ampere, a French Physicist who was born in 1775 -Used in nearly all meas...
SI Base Units Explained - Part 1
SI base units (all 7) are listed and compared to the English and Metric units of measure for Time, Length, Mass, Temp., Amount (SI base units used in Chemist...
SI Units Udonpit Students Presentation
In 1960 a modern system of units was adopted by international agreement. It is know as the International System of Units, or SI, from the French Le Syst'eme ...
BPIS, pulse power supply units
BPIS, pulse power supply unitsA power supply unit is a device which produces the voltage needed for the operation of different equipment. Usually power suppl...
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