ME454_W10_Task_4_Encoder_IMU

ME454_W10_Task_4_Enc - OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY ME 454 DYNAMIC MECHANICAL SYSTEMS LABORATORY Task 4 Encoder IMU Winter 2010 Overall The last project

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OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY ME 454 - DYNAMIC MECHANICAL SYSTEMS LABORATORY Task 4 – Encoder – IMU – Winter 2010 Overall The last project phase introduces two new transducers and completes the overall project. The new transducers are: 1. Quadrature Encoder – This style of optical encoder is becoming the standard for rotary motion measurement, particularly on computer controlled motors. We will use an encoder coupled to the motion of a bicycle wheel to measure bicycle velocity. 2. Inertial Measurement Unit – Our EE TA has developed a MEMS-based system for measurement of three-axis linear acceleration and single-plane tilt. We will use the IMU to measure and track acceleration/velocity/position of the bicycle frame. Here are guidelines for what each subgroup should focus on for Task 4: LabVIEW Program 1. Your LabVIEW cRIO software should be fully functional at this stage, and support both short- term/high-rate and long-term/summary data collection during autonomous acquisition. 2.
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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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ME454_W10_Task_4_Enc - OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY ME 454 DYNAMIC MECHANICAL SYSTEMS LABORATORY Task 4 Encoder IMU Winter 2010 Overall The last project

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