Many physics departments around the world have electronic and mechanical workshops attached to them that can help build experimental setups and instruments for research and the training of undergraduate students. The workshops are usually run by experienced technicians and equipped with expensive lathing, computer numerical control (CNC) machines, electric measuring instruments, and several other essential tools. However, in developing countries such as Sudan, the lack of qualified technicians and adequately equipped workshops hampers efforts by these departments to supplement their laboratories with the equipment they need. The only other option is to buy the needed equipment from specialized manufacturers. The latter option is not feasible for the departments in developing countries where funding for education and research is scarce and very limited and as equipment from these manufacturers is typically too expensive. These departments struggle significantly in equipping undergraduate teaching laboratories, and here we propose one way to address this.
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PAPERS| February 01 2018
A DIY Ultrasonic Signal Generator for Sound Experiments
Phys. Teach. 56, 111–113 (2018)
Ihab F. Riad; A DIY Ultrasonic Signal Generator for Sound Experiments. Phys. Teach. 1 February 2018; 56 (2): 111–113. https://doi.org/10.1119/1.5021441
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