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Basic circuit theory - AC 
Applying AC voltage to capacitor, coil, resistor
AC circuits this Java applet shows a simple circuit consisting of an alternating voltage source and, depending on the selected radio button, a resistor
AC circuits power the instantaneous electric power in an AC circuit, resistor, capacitor, coil, mixed
Combinations of Resistors, Inductors and Capacitors
Mesures de puissance en Français
Phasor diagrams & complex numbers for AC circuits analysis enter magnitude, phase then press draw button
Phasors and sinusoids, Adding phasors, Matching phasors to sinusoids
Phasors and Time Domain Representation Representation of sinusoidal waveform as complex numbers (PHASORS)
Power as function of U, I and φ
Sinusoidal Waveforms To illustrate sinusoidal waveforms and show the effect of adding a phase shift
Sinusoidal Waveforms Sinusoidal Waveforms
Steady state response of a RL circuit with sinusoidal input
Steady state response of a RC circuit with sinusoidal input
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Basic circuit theory - DC 
Battery & light bulb
Battery & light bulb Battery & light bulb: Series circuits and Parallel circuits
Battery & light bulbs
Capacitors in series and parallel you can select different configurations of capacitors in parallel and/or in series, change the capacitances of the individual capacitors, and the applet will calculate the equivalent capacitance of the network
Comparing a DC circuit to the flow of water Comparing a DC circuit to the flow of water
Comparing a DC circuit to the flow of water water analogy, swf
Conductors a conductor is a material which contains movable electric charges. In metallic conductors, such as copper or aluminum, the movable charged particles are electrons
Current
Current moving charge, electric current, speed = mm/s
Current divider Norton circuit simulation
Current flow an electric conductor consists of atoms having free electrons in their outer most shells. These free electrons ordinarily move randomly from one atom to another. However, when voltage is applied across the conductor, free electrons flow from negative to positive charges
Current flow Current flow
Current flow The current seems to move to the right though the electron moves to the left
Current to voltage Current to voltage passive converter
DC circuits
DC circuits simulation DC circuits simulation, online simulation of DC circuits, lightbulb, resistor
Diviseur de tension en Français
Electrische circuits (DC en AC) bouwen en analyseren in Dutch
Internal resistance
Kirchoff's First Law Kirchhoff's first law when officially stated (see insert at the right) sounds more complicated than it actually is. Generally speaking, it says, the total current entering a junction must equal the total current leaving the junction
Kirchhoff's Laws To define and illustrate Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL)
Kirchhoff's Laws
Kirchoff's Second Law
Ladder network
Light Bulb Applet Light Bulb Applet, Voltage and Current
Lois de Kirchhoff en Français
Norton equivalent this states that any linear bilateral circuit can be replaced by a circuit consisting of a single current source in parallel with a single resistor
Ohm's law a circuit is used to demonstrate how the current in a circuit is directly proportional to the applied voltage and inversely proportional to the resistance of the circuit, according to Ohm's law
Ohm's law Ohm's law simulation
Ohm's law Ohm's law simulation
Ohm's law rheostat
Ohm's law
Ohm's law Ohm's law, resistance and temperature, resistance, potential and current,
Ohm Zone simulator that lets you build circuitry, a tip
Parallel resistor potentiometer graph This Java applet is designed to allow you to graph Output Voltage (Vout) vs. Potentiometer
Parallel circuits
Parallel circuits resistors connected in parallel
Parallelschakeling in Dutch
Resistance change the voltage of the battery and the resistance of the resistor
Resistor color codes this tutorial allows you to change the resistance and tolerance values, which in turns generates a differing color code
Series circuit
Series circuit
Series and parallel circuit
Superposition en Français
Superposition this states that the response in any element of a circuit is the sum of the responses of the individual contributions from each source. The response from each source can be obtained by setting the other sources to zero
Superposition principle superposition principle, The circuit provides an illustration of the principle of superposition. The values of the voltage source voltage and current source current and of both resistances can be adjusted using the scrollbars
Théorème de Millman
Théorème de Thévenin en Français
Thévenin
Thévenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits To show where Thévenin and Norton equivalences may be used
Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits
Thevenin equivalent this states that any linear bilateral circuit can be replaced by a circuit consisting of a single voltage source in series with a single resistor
Time Delay
Voltage and current the greater the current through the light bulb, the brighter it glows
Voltage to current Voltage to current passive converter
Voltage divider voltage divider, This voltage divider produces an output voltage, Vo, that is proportional to the input voltage
Weerstanden in serie in Dutch
Wet van ohm in Dutch
Water towers
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