engr201final

engr201final - 1) Title Page (Team Members Names, Class,...

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1) Title Page (Team Members Names, Class, Section 2) Table of Contents 3) Executive Summary 4) Problem Statement 5) Objective Statement 6) Problem Formulation 7) Evaluation of Alternatives 8) Design 10) Conclusion 1) Abstract - Overview of the Project 2) Theory - Science behind Experiment 3) Experimental - The Actual Procedure 4) Data & Analysis - Executive Summary: Our team has set out to design a speedometer using one of the three supplied sensing devices. Our options included the hall sensor, optical sensor, and the reed sensor. The reed sensor was used because it proved to be the most reliable option. The program used to collect and analyze the signal produced by the sensor had to be created using LabVIEW. This information was displayed in the form of an average of five points to show the average velocity. Problem Statement: The problem to be resolved was to create a program using LabVIEW that would use the signal produced to create an output that represented an average of the speed of a
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2008 for the course ENGR 201 taught by Professor Miller during the Fall '08 term at Drexel.

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