hw07_heatxchanger_yourlogin

hw07_heatxchanger_yourlogin - Programmer(s and Purdue Email...

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%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % % Programmer(s) and Purdue Email Address(es): % 1. [email protected] % % Section: % % Assignment #: Homework 7, Question 3 % % Academic Integrity Statement: % % I/we have not used source code obtained from % any other unauthorized source, either modified % or unmodified. Neither have I/we provided access % to my/our code to another. The project I/we am/are submitting % is my/our own original work. % % Program Description: In this program the student is asked to create % histograms using both Matlab and Excel, and then discuss the differences % between these histograms. % %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % % --- INPUTS --- % % Load values from .dat file thermocouple = load('thermocouple_noheader.dat'); t % --- CALCULATIONS --- % % Sort data in ascending order thermocouple_sorted=sort(thermocouple); t % Calculate statistics (all values in Celsius) max_temp = max(thermocouple); min_temp = min(thermocouple); mean_temp = mean(thermocouple); stdev_temp = std(thermocouple); s %Convert the mean temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit mean_temp_F = mean_temp*(9/5) + 32;
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