Good evening gents,

Do any of my established colleagues here have any classroom experiments that I can perform with my students regarding the use of inductors and capacitors? More in particular LC,RLC both series and parallel applications, circuits?

I would like to show practical uses in everyday environments where these three electrical components work together. I can teach the numbers and calculations side of these but it doesn't really show how we use these components in everyday life. It would be good for my students to be able to put the calculations that I have taught them to use in a real life scenario and see how they work.

Doing it on paper is one thing but being able to apply what we learn in putting it together is another. Like I tell my students, IMO, there are three types of people in the electrical field. Those that are book smart but can't build it, those that are "street smart" that can build anything with no book smarts and then those that can put both of the previous two together to engineer and build it at the same time. AKA - Nikola Tesla.

Thanks and look forward to everyone's responses!!

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