ME454_W10_Task_3_Shock_Travel_report

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OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY ME 454 - DYNAMIC MECHANICAL SYSTEMS LABORATORY Task 3 – Shock Travel – Report Guidelines – Winter 2010 Due: Tuesday, March 2, 2010 (turn in at end of day) Overall For the shock Travel phase of the project, you have the three main elements of the project in functional form. Please document your efforts by turning in a brief written report containing the following elements. LabVIEW Program 1. Document your LabVIEW Project with the following: a. Show the Project File fully expanded in the Project Explorer window. Identify and explain any new components or channels you have added to support the linear displacement transducer b. Illustrate and explain the portion of your block diagram that collects high-rate data. Explain what you did to get data collection at the fastest possible rate. c. Give an example of accelerometer and shock travel data collected from the cRIO during
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Unformatted text preview: riding of the bicycle. What data collection rate did you achieve? Dynamic Model 2. Document the dynamic model that you are developing with the following: a. Describe clearly the state variables and equations that model your system. b. Describe clearly how you simulated behavior of the model. c. Show simulation results for the experiments you conducted. System Hardware 3. Document the hardware implementation with the following: a. Take pictures of your vehicle, and label the new components added to the system. b. Take a picture of the cRIO within the protective enclosure. Label key components. c. Add the new components to the 3D CAD-type model of your system. d. Present a complete wiring schematic that shows all batteries, tranducers, switches and indicators connected to the cRIO. Highlight the items supporting the linear displacement transducer....
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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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