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TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT MENG 0317 - MEASUREMENTS AND ANALYSIS LAB EXPERIMENT # 2 MEASUREMENT OF TEMPERATURE USING T-TYPE THERMOCOUPLES Submitted by David Yarbrough Date: 23 January 2013
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TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT……………………………..1 INTRODUCTION & BACKGROUND...2 EXPERIMENT & PROCEDURE………3 RESULTS……………………………….4 DISCUSSION…………………………..5 CONCLUSIONS…………………… ..... 6 REFERENCES…………………………7
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ABSTRACT In the experiment we used two T-type thermocouples (Copper-Constantan) to measure the temperature and voltage of water as it was heated in a beaker starting at room temperature. In the experiment we used a beaker of water to be heated and a hot plate to heat the plate which the beaker of water sat upon. Using a thermometer, we were able to track the temperature of the water along with the data collected by the T-type thermocouples that collected the temperature and voltage read out onto a data acquisition system which went to a computer system. Using that data and also the manufacturer data provided to us, we constructed a graph which showed the deviation between recorded and accurate data.
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