Past rigs

Rig search results for "Electrical Engineering":

Coldfire

The Coldfire rig allows students to practice their cross-development skills on a 32-bit microcontroller, using an open-source microcontroller-specific version of Linux.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Software Engineering,
Tags:
circuit,
microcontroller,
signal,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT

Coupled Tanks

This rig has been replaced by version 2.00. The rig is ideal for introducing students to the design, optimisation and application of common controllers, system modelling using static and transient measurements; steady state error analysis, transient response studies and controller tuning methods.

1 lesson available
Discipline:
Chemical Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Industrial Engineering,
Tags:
control,
process,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT

Hydroelectric Energy

The Hydroelectric Energy rig demonstrates the basic principle of the conversion of kinetic energy of flowing water into electrical energy, via the rotation of a turbine (Pelton wheel) connected to an electric generator.

1 lesson available
Discipline:
Civil Engineering,
Environmental Engineering,
Fluid Dynamics,
Physics,
Tags:
electrical,
energy,
hydroelectricity,
power,
pressure,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT

Netlab 1

This rig gives students the ability to connect real electronic components to a circuit, which they can then test over the internet using real test instruments with live data.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Software Engineering,
Tags:
circuit,
frequency,
oscilloscope,
Provider:
UniSA::Electrical, Information Engineering

Netlab 2 - Electrical Power

This rig allows a student to wire and test real electronic circuits remotely over the internet and to monitor the results using real test instruments showing actual data shown in real time.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Electrical Engineering,
Tags:
electrical,
power,
Provider:
UniSA::Electrical, Information Engineering

OMAP

The rig is designed to introduce students to technologies used in many modern consumer device with concurrent programming.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Software Engineering,
Telecommunications Engineering,
Tags:
assembler,
c++,
dsp,
video,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT

Power System Protection

This rig demonstrates the components and functionalities of a fault protection system for electricity distribution and is designed to impart basic knowledge on power system protection principles.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Electrical Engineering,
Power Engineering,
Software Engineering,
Tags:
fault,
overcurrent,
power,
reticulation,
switchgear,
Provider:
QUT::Built Env & Engineering

Synchronous Generation (iLAB)

This rig allows for understanding of synchronous power generation and the effects connecting to the Grid (Infinite Bus) as well as for the studying of the effects of varying prime mover power and field current on the generated power, voltage and current.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Electrical Engineering,
Power Engineering,
Tags:
power,
synchronous generation,
Provider:
RMIT::ECE