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Electromechanical Systems Simulator (ESS)


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SCS was presented in 3rd International Advanced Technologies Symposium. Gazi University, Ankara/TURKEY, 20 august 2003

Electromechanical Systems Simulator Features

  • Design and test of Electromechanical Circuits theoretically
  • Study working principles and analyse current flow process through circuit
  • Ready to use motor circuits
  • Take print out of circuit or save as image for preparing study materials
  • Test circuits before applying them on the plant


Nowadays, the learning methods (activities) and tools show more and more varieties with the developing of computer technology. Simulators have become the most important tools of computer-based education. We have a thought the technology being used in education more effectively will help improving the quality in this area. For this reason, a simulator (Electromechanical Systems Simulator) for the education of electric control techniques (sequence control) is developed for more easy learning, spreading the studies outside the laboratory (home or school), and increasing the ratio of active participation. By using Electromechanical Systems Simulator ESS, the control experiments in content of the course electric control techniques are executed in more safely atmosphere. Therefore, students will be able to set up different applications that they wonder and see results easily. Moreover, student's self confidence and their interest to the course will increase. In particular, they will consciously and willingly participate to the laboratory studies.

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Electromechanical Systems Simulator

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