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This animation demonstrates the structure and operation of hair dryers.
hair dryer, household appliance, heater element, thermal overload relay, electric current, electric motor, electric cable, heat transfer, fan, technology, physics
This animation demonstrates how electric steam irons work.
The vacuum cleaner creates a partial vacuum and sucks up dust with the help of the incoming high-pressure air.
This animation demonstrates how a washing machine works.
What happens in a liquid during evaporation and boiling? What does its boiling point depend on?
During freezing hydrogen bonds are formed between water molecules resulting in a crystal structure.
A phase transition is the change of a substance from one state of matter to another.
Water is a very stable compound of hydrogen and oxygen, vital for all known forms of life. In nature it occurs in liquid, solid and gaseous state.
DC motors consist of a permanent magnet and a coil within the magnet, with electric current flowing in it.
This animation shows the characteristics of domestic light sources, from traditional light bulbs to LED lights.
The American electrical engineer Edison invented the incandescent light bulb in 1879, which changed our everyday life.
Mechanical bell that functions by means of an electromagnet.
Electric motors are present in many areas of our everyday lives. Let's learn about the different types.
Electric current can be generated by rotating an armature loop in a magnetic field.
In loudspeakers sound waves are generated by electromagnetic induction.
This animation demonstrates the functioning of the 3 basic types of water tap.
Surface tension is the property of a liquid that allows it to obtain the smallest surface area possible.
This animation demonstrates how radios work.
This animation demonstrates the mechanism and operation of record players.
Simple harmonic motion can be considered to be the one-dimensional projection of uniform circular motion.
There are various types of instruments used for measuring temperature.
A geyser is a spring characterised by intermittent discharge of water and steam.
The compound of hydrogen and oxygen. Colourless, odourless liquid; heavier than water.
A force can be measured by measuring the twisting of the torsion wire in a torsion balance.