Introduction


These example uses of the Phasor simulation demonstrate the flexibility of a typical JeLSIM in a range of teaching and learning situations. The demonstration pages show very few static diagrams; the JeLSIM philosophy is that the computer can offer more than the static diagrams of a text book. A number of uses of the Phasor program are shown: even if you're not an electrical engineer you will be able to appreciate the diversity that can be created from one model using the JeLSIM toolkit.

This section begins with a description of the phasor model, followed by a look at how eSims can be created to suit different teaching and learning situations:

NOTE:The eSims shown in this resource, are not presented as "off the shelf", immediately usable in teaching, but as examples to demonstrate the possibilites of re-designing an interface to suit the requirements of different educational scenarios.


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