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Lab03engr111 - TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY ENGR 111B:...

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ENGR 111B: Foundations of Electrical & Computer Engineering Lab 3: Going straight and in circles Team Members: Andrew Zeller__ Paul Boriack_ Section Number: ____818___ Team Number: ______7___ This Lab is due by the Beginning of the Next Lab Session. Written By: Dr. Narasimha Reddy Dr. Hank Walker 1
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RESULTS: to be uploaded to elearning.tamu.edu 1. Table R1: Straight Line Potentiometer Measurements Calculated Actual for Straight Line R pot 3.3 3.4 R2 100 ohms 98 R pot using R2 3.19 3.28 2. Table R2: Circle calculations and measurements Motor Speed (in/s) Voltage V MOTOR R pot Left 12.36 5.47 XXXXXXXX Right 8.97 3.97 35.2 Left - Tweaked XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX Right - Tweaked 8.76 3.92 33.8 2
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REPORT: to be uploaded onto elearning.tamu.edu Reports are a necessary part of all things done in engineering. It does not matter how wonderful a solution to a problem may be if no one can understand the explanation or worse yet, if it is not documented at all. As such, a report will be required with every
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2011 for the course ENGR 1111 taught by Professor Multiple during the Spring '11 term at Texas A&M.

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