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Unformatted text preview: OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY ME 454 - DYNAMIC MECHANICAL SYSTEMS LABORATORY Task 2 – Accelerometers – Winter 2010 Completion and Report: Friday, Feb. 5 Overall The second task involves development of functioning LabVIEW cRIO code, selection and refinement of a system dynamic model, and deployment of hardware onto the bicycle/rider system. The goal is not a complete and fully integrated project, but establishment of basic functionality for each of the project elements. LabVIEW Program Extend your LabVIEW cRIO Project to support (at least) three acceleration channels, allow triggering of data acquisition starting and stopping, writing of data files locally to the cRIO, and recovery of the files to a desktop system. Develop the real-time vi component of your LabVIEW Project in the State Machine style that is convenient for expansion and documentation. Your code must allow both benchtop testing of the instrumentation, switches, and indicators under live front-panel control, and autonomous operation on the...
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course ME 454 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Oregon State.

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