InstMeasLab#5 - Date: October 22, 2007 To: Jeff Scott From:...

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Unformatted text preview: Date: October 22, 2007 To: Jeff Scott From: Tyler Mentel Re: Pressure measurement for soda cans Objective There is a problem with a new brand of sodas spontaneously opening on store shelves. Several reasons may exist as to why this problem occurs and experimentation will be conducted to investigate. The pressure inside the can will be measured using a strain gage on the outside of the can. The voltage will be measured and appropriate calculations will be performed to find if pressure is causing the cans to open. Set-Up The internal pressure is found using a strain gage to monitor the change in the strain component when the container is opened. To attach the strain gage, the can is sanded smooth and the gage is prepped using a small amount of catalyst. The gage is adhered to surface using M-Bond 200 and 28 gage stranded wire is soldered to the two terminals; positive and negative are reversible. The strain gage bridge circuit uses a Wheatstone bridge circuit design. Fig. 1. Strain gage bridge circuit...
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2011 for the course MAE 3800 taught by Professor Feng during the Spring '10 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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InstMeasLab#5 - Date: October 22, 2007 To: Jeff Scott From:...

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