WBT Electrical engineering 1
All training content is taught by means of audio clips. Additionally, the narrative text can be viewed on the sitemap.
Trainees experience a regular exchange of input and output, with phases of presentation and explanation alternating with phases of activity and interaction. This enhances motivation and learning.
Progress monitoring exercises are scheduled after a maximum of five pages of learning. The aim of this is to have trainees repeat, apply and develop what they have learned themselves. Exercises are incorporated during teaching, at the end of each learning step and within the case studies. During an exercise, the program responds to each of the trainee‘s answers with the appropriate feedback.
Various tools are built-in to the online training, such as Excel worksheets, an integrated calculator, PDF files and various downloads. The online training include an extensive glossary and a full text search facility.
From the contents:
- Closed circuit
- Electrical conductivity
- Units and symbols
- Ohm‘s Law
- Measuring in the circuit
- Voltage supplies
- The resistor as a component
- Series connection of resistors
- Parallel connection of resistors
- Voltage divider
- The resistor as a sensor
- Battery-powered screwdriver
- Measuring range extension
- Temperature controlled heating
- Level detection
The theory learnt will be applied using various practical examples:
- Battery-powered screwdriver (components and functions, voltage measurement, current measurement)
- Measuring range extension (voltage measurement, current measurement, high-voltage shunt)
- Temperature controlled heating (control diagram, switching on closed-loop controller, upper and lower switching value, controlled heating, switching value setting via potentiometer)
- Level detection (level detection with full and empty tank, test in operation)