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Course: DEC 0111, Fall 2009
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Controller Temperature for Infrared Paint Curing Design Report 4/17/01 Abstract The purpose of this project is to design a temperature controlling system that automates automobile paint curing by using infrared lamps. A non-contact infrared temperature sensor will be used for surface temperature detection. A temperature controller will receive the surface temperature from the sensor as input. Based on the sensor...

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