Electrical
Electrical engineers need to have a good understanding of maths and science and can work in the automotive and communication industries on navigation systems, power generation and computers.
Electrical engineers need to know how to build electrical devices and systems using components such as diodes, resistors, switches, magnets, coils, conductors, batteries and more.
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Kirchhoff's 1st Law
01/05
From small devices, to bigger home and industry systems, this law helps us understand how electrical current flows through many circuit paths. Switch up the animations to explore what happens when multiple paths meet.
Kirchhoff's 2nd Law
02/05
Kirchhoff’s 2nd Law helps us to analyse the voltage, voltage drop and currents in play for complex closed-loop circuits. Explore the interactive demo to see for yourself!
Half Wave Rectification
03/05
How is Alternative Current converted to Direct Current using a single diode? See how it's done in this interactive demo.
Full Wave Rectification
04/05
See how multiple diodes are used to convert AC power to DC power. Play with the animation to manipulate the components and explore types of full wave rectification.
Transistor Amplifier
05/05
See how multiple diodes are used to convert AC power to DC power. Play with the animation to manipulate the components and explore types of full wave rectification.
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