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ME 144L: Dynamic Systems & Controls (DSC) Laboratory
Course Log for Fall 2013
Last updated 9/4/13 - NOTE: contents in GRAYED cells below are not finalized
Lecture meets in ETC 2.10
System Models and
Simulation with Block Diagrams
Prof. R.G. Longoria
Updated Fall 2013
ME 144L Prof. Raul G. Longoria
Dynamic Systems and Controls Laboratory
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin
Overview
Modeling of the
Two-Can System Model
This lab deals with modeling
and experimentation with a
system formed by cascading
two cans so that one empties
into the other, which then
empties to a reservoir.
These slides describe the
derivation of a mathematical
model for the on
Sensors and Data Acquisition:
Compound Pendulum System
Prof. R.G. Longoria
Updated Fall 2013
ME 144L
Dynamic Systems and Controls Laboratory
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin
This lab will introduce using digital data
Two-Can System Model
This lab deals with modeling
and experimentation with a
system formed by cascading
two cans so that one empties
into the other, which then
empties to a reservoir.
These slides describe the
derivation of a mathematical
model for the on
NI-DAQmx Simulated Devices - National Instruments
http:/www.ni.com/white-paper/3698/en
NI-DAQmx Simulated Devices
Publish Date: Oct 30, 2012 | 43 Ratings | 3.51 out of 5
Table of Contents
1. Overview
2. How to Create an NI-DAQmx Simulated Device
3. How to
ME 144L LE format
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