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    TITLE Resonant Circuits and Introduction to Vacuum Tubes,Industrial Electronics 2: 9325.03. Course Outline.

    INSTITUTION Dade County Public Schools, Miami, Fla.PUB DATE 71NOTE 36p.; An Authorized Course of Instruction for the

    Quinmester Program

    EPPS PPICE MF-$0.75 HC-$1.85 PLUS POSTAGEDESCRIPTORS Behavioral Objectives; *Course Content; Course

    Organization; *Curriculum Guides; *Electric Circuits;*Electronics; Grade 11; Secondary Grades; TechnicalEducation

    IDENTIFIERS *Quinmester Program; Vacuum Tubes

    ABSTRACTThe 135 clock-hour course for the 11th year consists

    of outlines for blocks of instruction on series resonant circuits,parallel resonant circuits, transformer theory and application,vacuum tube fundamentals, diode vacuum tubes, triode tubeconstruction and parameters, vacuum tube tetrodes and pentodes,beam-power and multisection tubes, and multigrid and special purposetubes. Behavioral obpctives are listed. A 19-item bibliography ofreferences and films is included together with a posttest sample.(AG)

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    Course OutlineRESONANT CIRCUITS AND INTRODUCTION

    TO VACUUM TUBES(Industrial Electronics 2 - 9325)Department 48 - Course 9325.03

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    Course Outline

    INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS 2 - 9325(Resonant Circuits and Introduction to Vacuum Tubes)

    Department 48 - Course 9325.03

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    VOCATIONAL, TECHNICAL AND ADULT EDUCATION

  • DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

    Mr. William Lehman, ChairmanMr. G. Holmes Braddock, Vice-Chairman

    Mrs. Ethel BeckhamMrs. Crutcher Harrison

    Mrs. Anna Brenner MeyersDr. Ben Sheppard

    Mr. William H. Turner

    Dr. E. L. Whigham, Superintendent of SchoolsDade County Public Schools

    Miami. Florida 33132

    Published by the Dade County School Board

  • Course Description

    Resonant Circuits and9325 48 9325.03 Introduction to Vacuum Tubes

    NEWe Category County Dept. County Course Course TitleNumber Number Number

    This course of study includes Series Resonant Circuits, Parallel ResonantCircuits, Transformer Theory and Application, Vacuum Tube Fundamentals,The Diode Vacuum Tube, Triode Tube Construction and Static Characteristics,Triode Tube Parameters, Vacuum Tube Tetrodes and Pentodes, Beam-Power andMultisection Tubes, and Multigrid and Special Purpose Tubes.

    The Laboratory Experiments .elating to the text material will be covered.

    Clock Hours: 135

  • PREFACE

    The following pages contain a course outline entitled

    Resonance Circuits and Introduction to Vacuum Tubes. This is

    the third quinmester course of the eleventh year course No.

    9325. There will be four more quinmesters as follows:

    9325.01 Basic ElJotrical Concepts and D.C. Circnits9325.02 D. C. Circuits and Introduction to A. C.9325.04 Semiconductors9325.05 Independent Study in Electronics

    This quinmester course will be available to all students

    who satisfactorily complete the post test of quinmester 9325.

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    This course material is presented to the student in 135

    hours of classroom-laboratory instruction. The content of

    this course will be covered in ten blocks and concluded by a

    post test.

    Upon completion of this course the student will be well

    grounded in the areas of resonant circuits, transformers, and

    vacuum tube fundamentals.

    The teaching methods will vary according to the ability

    of the individual student. As the content of the course

    varies, teaching techniques which lend themselves to each

    particular situation are employed. The instructor uses demon-

    strations and lectures which are supplemented by the perfor-

    mance of laboratory experiments and assignments by the student.

    The instruction is further developed by the use of films, in-

    formation sheets, diagrams, and other aids which make the

    instruction more meaningful.

  • Me outline wls developed throe: ;11 the cooperative efforts

    of eli.:ctronic instructors, supervisory rersonnel, the Quin-

    mester Advisory Committee, and the Teacher Training Service,

    Dade County Public Schools, Division of Vocational, Technical

    and Adult Education, and has been approved by the Dade County

    Vocational Curriculum Committee.

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    PREFACE. . ********** ******** iCOALS. . 0 ******** vSPECIFIC BLOCK OBJECTIVES. OOOOO viBIBLIOCRAPHY OOOOOO 7

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    SERIES RESONANT CIRCUIT (12 Hours)The Series Tuned CircuitQuality OOOOO OOOOO OOOOOBandwidth OOOOOAnalysis of Series Resonant Circuits . . .Series Resonant Circuit Applications

    PARALLEL RESONANT CIRCUITS (12 Hours)Parallel L-C CircuitsCirculatin7, Current in an Ideal Parallel

    Resonant Circuit OOOOO

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    1Practical Tuned Circuit Anelysis .Parallel Resonant Circuit q and Bandwidth .Applications of Series and Parallel Tunetl

    Circuits in Combin tion OOOOO 2III. TRANSFORMER THEORY AED APPLICATION (15 Hours)

    Transformer Action -),.Turns Ratio . OOOOOOOOO . OOOOO 2Impedance Matchinv,Transformer Losses and Transformer

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    Ratings OOOOOOOOOOOOOO 2Power Transformers OOOOO . 2Audio Transformers 2Radio-Frequency Transformers . ?Special Applications of Transformers . . 3

    IV. VACUUM TUBE FUNDAMENTALS (6 Hours)Electron Emission OOOOOOO 3The Emitter OOOOOOOONsitter Construction . OOOOOO 3

    V. THE DIODE VACUUM TUBE (12 Hours)Physical Construction *******Theory of OperationStatic CharacteristicsDynamic Characteristics

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    VI. TRIODE Tilh CON3TWICTIOV AND STATIC CiiAitMTWRI3TICS(15 hour;:)Triode Construction and Plato Currant

    Control 4Grid Control ******** 4Static Characteristics . 4Bias In A Triode Tube Circuit . 4Types of Bias *** ** 4.

    VII . TRIODE TUBE PARAI.MTERS (18 Hours)The Triode Amplifier Circuit 4Tube Constants ***** 4Dynamic Characteristics OOOOO 4The Dynamic Transfer Curve 4Classes of Operation OOOO 4

    IIIII. VACUUM TUBE TETRODES AND PENTODES (12 Hours)Tetrodes ******* 5Tetrode Tube Constants OOOOOO 5Pentodes 5

    Ix. BEAM-POWER AND MULTISECTION TUBES (9 Hours)Beam Power Tubes . . . . . . . . O 5The Duo -diode 5The Diode-Triode OOOOO 5The Dial Triode OOOOO 5

    A. MULTIGRID AND SPECIAL PURPOSE TUBES (24 Hours)Multigrid Tubes 5Subminiature, Gas-filled and Thyratron

    Tubes OOOOOOOOOO 5Phototubes and Electron -Ray Indicators . . 6The Cathode Ray TubeHigh-frequency Tubes

    XI. IIINKESTER POST TEST

    APPEUDL. - POST TEST SAMPLE .

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    1. Demonstrate an underst!:ndinj of tuned circuits.

    2. Demonstrate an under:: tending of transfcrner theory andnpplication.

    Demonstr9te undrIlt!tnding of the b,sic fundamentalsof vacuum tubes including, the diode, triode, and pentode.

    4. Demonstrote an understanding of vacuum tube characteris-tic curves and parameters.

    Demonstrate an understanding of special purpose tubessuch as tubes, thyraton tubes, phototubes, cathode-lfytubes, and high frequency tubes.

    6. Satisfactorily comtlete the post test.

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    Thf! ntmlent will 1n rible to:

    1. the Ihnor:' of aeries Heaonnnce In terma orrenetnnce, resistance, voltage and current.

    2. Demonstrate In understandiw. of 1, its effect onbandwidth, voltages, and current.Explain nprlications of Series Resonant circuits nstunic. ; - devices, band pass and band-reject filters.

    14. Calculnte resonant frequency, reactances, bandwidthand 1.

    BLOW: II - PARALLEL 11%3OLANT CLICUITS

    The student will be able to:

    1. amain the theory of Parnliel Resonance in terms ofreactance, resistance, voltage and current.

    2. Demonstrate tIn understanding of Q, its effect on band-width, voltages, and current.

    applications of Parnllel Resonant circuits -ntuning devices, band pass and band-reject filters.

    4. Calculate resonant frequency, reactances, bandwidthand 0.

    5. Demonstrate an understanding of prnetical applicationof Parallel Resonant circuits and combination series -parallel reeonnnt circuits.

    BLOCK III - TR;14SFORMER THEORY AND APPLIC:.TIOL

    The student will be able to:

    1. Demonstrate an understanding of transformer porn-tion and solve problems related to turns, voltni...e,current, and impedance ratio.Identify and explain applications of various typesof transformers and their construction.

    BLOCE IV - VACUUM TUBE FUNDAMELTALS

    The stuuent will be able to:

    1. List four types of electron emission, and two typesof commonly used cathodes for thermionic emission.

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    . Demonstrate nn understardinrrectifier emplicstions.

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