Lab 2 Assignment - EML 3301C Mechanics of Materials Laboratory Lab Report#1(LR1.2 Analog Circuits Objective LR1.2 was designed to give experience

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EML 3301C – Mechanics of Materials Laboratory Lab Report #1 (LR1.2) Analog Circuits 1 Objective: LR1.2 was designed to give experience in recording analog signals with LabVIEW as well as an introduction to direct-current (DC) circuits and associated components. Equipment needed: Laptop computer with LabVIEW installed NI USB-6009 Multi-function DAQ Elenco #9830 breadboard Wire jumper kit (with included resistors) Problem Statement: Given several resistors of known value, construct a Wheatstone bridge circuit and measure the gauge voltage (Vg) across the bridge. Assignment Notes: This assignment grade is based on a technical report (as per the course report guideline). The report file should be submitted electronically via the course website as per the online assignment directions. An exhaustive description of your experimental circuits and their construction is not required, of more interest is how the circuits were used in conjunction with the LabVIEW program to take measurements and fulfill the assignment problem. **Important** The summation of work performed in this activity (LR1.2) and last week’s activity (LR1.1) is what should comprise the technical report for Lab Report 1. Two separate reports are not required for Lab Report 1, only one document should be turned in covering both activities. The submission link for Lab Report 1 will be associated with this week’s assignment on the course webstie.
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EML 3301C – Mechanics of Materials Laboratory Lab Report #1 (LR1.2) Analog Circuits 2 Procedure: Use the Elenco #9830 breadboard in the hardware kit to build the DC circuits required for this assignment. In Fig. 1, the red and blue breadboard connector rows all share a common potential (voltage) while the vertical connector columns (a-e and f-j) in between the red an blue rows share a common potential. These common potentials can be referred to as “nodes”.
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2011 for the course EML 3301C taught by Professor Chesney during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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Lab 2 Assignment - EML 3301C Mechanics of Materials Laboratory Lab Report#1(LR1.2 Analog Circuits Objective LR1.2 was designed to give experience

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