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J. Devlin and D. Wisniewski
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This page provides a tutorial on the use of a Digital Multi-Meter. The topics covered include the wiring of simple circuits, measuring voltages, measuring currents and measuring…
  
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B. Thompson
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The material is an update of the circuit for the Johnson Noise / Boltzmann's constant experiment from Melissinos and Napolitano "Experiments in Modern Physics". The op-amps used in…
Heat-Flow System Control Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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L. de la Torre, H. Oyarzun, and J. Saenz
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The Servo Heat-Flow System Control Model simulates the use of a proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller to control of the temperature in three different positions along a…
  
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L. de la Torre and H. Oyarzun
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The Servo Motor Position and Velocity Control Model simulates the use of a proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller to run a DC motor. The motor is modeled as a first order…
  
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S. DeVore, A. Gauthier, J. Levy, and C. Singh
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S. DeVore, A. Gauthier, J. Levy, and C. Singh, PERC 2013 Proceedings, 121-124.
A lock-in amplifier is a versatile instrument frequently used in physics research. However, many students struggle with the basic operating principles of a lock-in amplifier which…