Big Ideas Of Science
- Electricity And Magnetism
- Ampere's Law
- Electric Charge - Generally
- Circuits - Generally
- Series Circuits
- Components In Circuits: Batteries, Etc
- Coulomb Law
- Electric Current
- Electrical Quantities - Generally
- Electrical Resistance/conductivity
- Energy - Using Electricity
- Energy Resources
- Forces And Motion
- Electric Force
- Tools For Science
- Laboratory Measuring Instruments, Including Sensors And Meters
In the Electrical Circuit Lab students can create their own electrical circuits and do measurements on it. In the circuits the students can use resistors, light bulbs, switches, capacitors and coils. The circuits can be powered by a AC/DC power supply or batteries. There is an ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter and an ohmmeter. There is also a version of the Electrical Circuit Lab in which data can be collected. Students can analyze the collected data by creating graphs of the data and use the graphs in the conclusion tool.
This lab can also be configured to run in collaboration mode. To enable collaboration, add the Collaboration Tool.
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Very nice basic electricity circuit lab.
Just have a look at the Paul Falstad work : http://falstad.com/circuit/ it's very intuitive and usefull for electrodynamic pedagogy.
Other circuits ont electrons.ch https://www.electrons.ch/simulation
Thanks four the job.
There is an error: " Internal error, circuit too complex", when you create a simple circuit with two lamps in parallel connection.
For example, the virtual circuit includes a 5V power, a switch and the two lamps in parallel connection.
When the switch is off the virtual lab show this error: " Internal error, circuit too complex". If you close the switch then the virtual lab works OK (no error) and the lamps light.
Can you please help me to solve this bug?
Thank you in advance.
Como eu posso cadastrar para usar o link incorporado à minha sala de aula?
Just have a look at DCACLab: http://dcaclab.com/en/lab it's very intuitive and fun to use.
I use this https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/circuit-construction-kit-dc