LVDT-Based Displacement Measurement Calibration

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MAE 3181 Materials and Structures Laboratory Fall 2013 Laboratory Report #1 LVDT-Based Displacement Measurement Calibration Submitted to Dr. D. Stefan Dancila by Reed Gibson Class Section 002 Class Group 2 E-mail: [email protected] in Partial Fulfillment of Course Requirements Laboratory Experiments Performed on 9/5/2013 with Class Section 002, Class Group 2 Due Date and Time: 9/12/2013, 9:00 AM Submission Date and Time: Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering The University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, TX 76019 Summary
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This experiment is the process of calibrating a linear variable differential transducer. In this experiment we find the differential voltage output that result from a certain displacement. Taking readings from many different displacements then gives data that can be used to approximate the curve of this data so that from the deferential voltage output we can find the corresponding core displacement. Table of Contents Summary ii 2
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Table of Contents iii List of Figures iv List of Tables v Objectives of the Laboratory Experiment 1 Experimental Setup 1 Experimental Procedure and Results 1,2 Data Analysis, Interpretation, and Discussion 3 Conclusions 4 List of Figures Figure 1 3 3 Michael Reed Gibson UTA MAE 3181 Fall 2013
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List of Tables Table 1 2 4
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