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Molécula da Água - Water Molecule - Molécula de Agua

Water Molecule – Animation

Water molecule - chemistry - animation and text Water Molecule Colorless, odorless and tasteless, water is one of the most important elements for all known life forms. About 70% of the human body's weight is composed of this molecule. It can be obtained by ingestion of liquids,...


Projecões Ortogonais - Representções Ortográficas - Orthographic Projection - Proyecciones Ortogonales

Orthographic Projections – Orthogonal Representations – Animation

Orthographic Projections - orthogonal representations: based Technical Drawing, Descriptive Geometry and Projective Geometry Orthographic Projections - orthogonal representations Orthogonal projection is the basis of Orthographic representations and courses: Technical Drawing, Descriptive Geometry and Geometry Projective, among others, which are customarily offered in technical and technological courses for the...


carburador - carburetor

Carburator Operation – Animation

Interactive animation of carburetor operation This animation is an idealized carburetor which was subjected to a full cut in the length direction. The chambers and pipes containing fuel or air. The vertical arrows represent the masses of air and fuel-air mixture into and out of the...


Motor quatro tempos ciclo Otto - Four-stroke engine Otto cycle - Motor de cuatro tiempos ciclo de Otto

Four-stroke Spark Motor – Otto Cycle

Interactive animation of an internal combustion engine with spark the spark Otto cycle Interactive animation demonstrating the relationships between the various systems of an internal combustion engine with spark ignition that develops the Otto cycle and plots in a diagram Pressure x Volume idealized approximations of...


Goniometro - Goniometer

Simulator: Goniometer in Degree

virtual goniometer in degree How to use the simple goniometer In metrology, goniometer is an instrument used to mark or measure angles In this simulator, the diametrical arc of the so-called 'graduated scale' is divided into 180 equidistant spaces, called 'degrees', which are the 180 divisions of 1 °...