FCE Set für die Anwendung bei elektrischen Feldern.

SET FOR ELECTRICAL FIELDS APPLICATION - FCE

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It allows the spatial study of the electric field in all its dimensions: calculation of the intensity, lines of force, equipotential surfaces in both static and dynamic fields that give the student a broader spatial vision not provided by other methods.

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The Set for Electrical Filds application, "FCE" has a robot arm to which a probe is coupled, this probe can measure the intensity of the static and dynamic electric field. The control software, together with the data acquisition card, allows to do sweepings in the space and stock the intensity of the electric field point by point with a maximum resolution of 0.01mm. The unit is supplied with an administration software especially designed for the spatial representation of the intensity of the electric field and the lines of force. Simultaneously, the student can observe the lines of force of the electric field when putting the fillings of iron given with the equipment on the graphic board, checking the relation between the intensity of the field and the density of the lines of force.

The mathematical tools of derivation and integration that the administration software has, allow experimental testing of the laws, theorems and basic principles of the electricity rooted to the theoretical area and which, through the FCE unit, can be moved to the experimental area. The supply of spheres, cylinders, wires and conductor planes, together with the sources of load allow the student to experimentally study the law of Coulomb, the electric force between conductor spheres, the theorem of Gauss and the principle of superimposition. The calculation of the electric flux allows us to determine experimentally the redistribution of loads generated in parallel-plane condensers in series and parallel configurations. The effects of the dielectrics in the condensers will be carried out by different materials: blocks of wood, glass and plastic, which allow to study the series/parallel configurations.

It allows the spatial study of the electric field in all its dimensions: calculation of the intensity, lines of force, equipotential surfaces in both static and dynamic fields that give the student a broader spatial vision not provided by other methods.

ÜBUNGEN UND GEFÜHRTE PRAKTIKEN

GEFÜHRTE PRAKTISCHE ÜBUNGEN IM HANDBUCH ENTHALTEN

Level 0:

  1. Programming and applications of a robot arm.

Level I:

  1. Visualization of the created fields lines by a punctual load.
  2. Spatial representation of the equipotential lines and the intensity of the electric field created by a punctual load.
  3. Visualization of the field lines generated by two punctual loads.
  4. Spatial representation of the equipotential curves created by two spherical loads.
  5. Study of the electric field created by a plane and a spherical conductor, both of them loaded. Principle of Superimposition (I).
  6. Spatial representation of the lines of field created by a conductor wire.
  7. Study of the superimposition of the fields created by two conductor wires.
  8. Visualization of the lines of field generated by two conductor planes according to the distance of separation. Study of the effect of Edge.
  9. Study of the confinement of loads in a plane-parallel condenser according to the distance.
  10. Calculation of the load contained by a plane-parallel condenser. Theorem of Gauss (I).

Level II:

All those of Level I.

  1. Experimental demonstration of the law of Gauss for a sphere and two plane conductors.
  2. Study of the load stored in a plane-parallel condenser according to the distance between the badges. Concept of capacity.
  3. Experimental study of the effect of edge.
  4. Experimental demonstration of the Theorem of Ampère.
  5. Spatial representation of the equipotential lines created by a cylinder and a plane conductor. Principle of Superimposition (II).
  6. Spatial study of the electric field created by a non-regular body. Effects of edges.
  7. Visualization and calculation of the intensity of the electric field generated by a plane-parallel condenser with a dielectric sphere inside. Dielectric (I).

Level III:

All those of level I and II.

  1. Shielding of the electric field by a conductor. Cells of Faraday.
  2. Spatial representation of the electric field and the equipotential lines generated when introducing a spherical conductor in a plane-parallel condenser. Principle of super imposition (III).
  3. Lines of electric field and equipotential surfaces generated by two spherical conductors equidistant to a plane conductor. Image effect.
  4. Equipotential lines and electric field generated by a quadrupole. Study of the energy of the system. Configuration of the minimum energy. Effects of polarization.
  5. Experimental calculation of the redistribution of load and potential energy of a series and parallel configuration of two plane-parallel condensers.

IMPORTANT: The teacher can use his own elements, so these practical possibilities are NEARLY UNLIMITED.

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