Videos: Lab Concepts for DC Electricity (Part 2)

Seneca College has some great technologist programs in the School of Information and Computer Technology. Most students in an ICT program are required to take a common first semester course called ETY155, also known as “DC Electricity“, which is one of the core courses for the year. The course covers topics like Ohm’s Law, Series and Parallel resistors, circuit analysis methods, and the charging rate of capacitors.

Since the course has both a lecture portion and a lab portion, instructors typically give out lab work every week and the students hand in their assignments after completing their work. One of their labs this semester was to work together in groups of two or three to produce a video on one of the topics we had learned in the previous section of labs regarding circuit analysis methods. (They could then use the videos as resources to study for their upcoming second lab test.)

The following films were all produced by first semester Seneca students.

Thevenin Equivalent Circuit

          Unlisted. 4 mins.

 

 

Norton Equivalent Circuit

          Unlisted. 4.5 mins.

 

 

Superposition Principle

          Unlisted. 2.5 mins.

 

 

Norton Equivalent Circuit and Superposition Principle

          Unlisted. 8 mins.

 

Thevenin Equivalent Circuit and Superposition Principle

          Unlisted. 5 mins.

 

Thevenin Equivalent Circuit and Superposition Principle

          Unlisted. 3 mins.

 

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