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- Educational Java applets get in power electronics labs
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- This paper presents Java applet programs for a WWW (world wide web)-HTML (hypertext markup language)-based multimedia course in basic power electronics circuits. These tools make use of the benefits of Java language to provide a dynamic and interactive approach to simulate steady-state idealized rectifiers (uncontrolled and controlled; single-phase and three-phase). In addition, this paper discusses the development and the use of the Java applet programs to assist the teaching of basics rectifier power electronics circuits, and to serve as a first design tool for basics power electronics circuits in the experiments of the laboratories. In order to validate the developed simulation applets, the results were confronted with results obtained from a well-know simulator package PSPICE. © 2005 IEEE.
- IEEE Power Electronics Education Workshop 2005, v. 2005, p. 34-39.
- Engineering education
- Interactive computer systems
- Java programming language
- Multimedia systems
- Java applet
- Multimedia courses
- Power electronics circuits
- Power electronics laboratories
- Power electronics
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