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Name: ______________________________________________ Date of lab: ______________________ Section number: M E 345._______ Lab 1 Precalculations – Individual Portion Introductory Lab: Basic Operation of Common Laboratory Instruments Precalculations Score (for instructor or TA use only): _____ / 20 1. Name at least three examples (other than those listed in the Introduction) in which static measurements are satisfactory. 2. Name at least three examples (other than those listed in the Introduction) in which dynamic measurements are required. 3. Draw a circuit diagram from point A to point B for the breadboard circuit sketched in the Introduction, with two resistors, R 1 and R 2 . A B If R 1 R 2 , is the current through resistor R 1 the same as or different than that through resistor R 2 ? (Circle the correct answer below.) ( the same different ) 4. On the section of breadboard shown to the right, sketch how you would mount two resisters in parallel . In other words, how would you wire the circuit shown below, from point A to point B, onto the breadboard? R 1 R 2 A B If R 1 R 2 , is the current through resistor R 1 the same as or different than that through resistor R 2 ? (Circle the correct answer below.) ( the same different ) 5. Computerized digital data acquisition has many obvious advantages, but there are also some disadvantages. Name at least two disadvantages of computerized digital data acquisition.
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Lab 1 Cover Page for Lab Report – Group Portion Introductory Lab: Basic Operation of Common Laboratory Instruments Name 1: ___________________________________________________ Section M E 345._______ Name 2: ___________________________________________________ Section M E 345._______ Name 3: ___________________________________________________ Section M E 345._______ [Name 4: ___________________________________________________ Section M E 345._______ ] Date when the lab was performed: ______________________ Group Lab Report Score (For instructor or TA use only) : Lab experiment and results, plots, tables, etc. _____ / 50 Discussion _____ / 20 Neatness & grammar _____ / 10 TOTAL ______ / 80 Comments (For instructor or TA use only) : NOTE: The instructor or TA reserves the right to deduct points for any of the following: Arriving late to lab or leaving before your lab group is finished. Not participating in the work of your lab group (freeloading). Causing distractions, arguing, or not paying attention during lab. Other (at the discretion of the instructor or TA).
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Introductory Lab: Basic Operation of Common Laboratory Instruments Author: John M. Cimbala, Penn State University Latest revision: 04 September 2007 Introduction and Background ( Note : To save paper, you do not need to print this section for your lab report.) The intent of this first lab is to introduce students to the some of the instruments and equipment to be used throughout the course, and to give them practice using these instruments. Almost every lab exercise involves
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