By Harry T. Roman
This book is about presenting electrical engineering information and activities in the classroom for students to use and ponder. Teachers and higher educators can use this book as part of the regular academic day; in conjunction with STEM/STEAM, or technology education classes; or even for after school clubs, or special academic projects. They can also supplement classroom discussions about electricity. The impact of electrical engineering accomplishments spans a wide array of our economy — from common electronic devices and electric power systems to renewable energy sources, to electromagnetic fields, to artificial intelligence. Let’s not forget robotic devices, space travel and electric vehicles — just a few electrical engineering application areas. This small volume attempts to create some broad-based familiarity with this form of engineering.