EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
SYSTEM QUESTION [70]
The governing equations for rocket control are:
X d2R/dt2
+
Y dR/dt
+
ZR
=
Q
A dT/dt
Q
KP E
=
+
KI Ed
+
=
T
+
M
KD dE/dt
E=CR
where R is the actual orientation of the rocket in
degrees,
C
is
the
command
orientatio
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
BASIC FLUIDS
FLOWS IN STREAM TUBES
CONSERVATION LAWS IN INTEGRAL FORM
Conservation of Mass states that the time rate of change of
mass of a specific group of fluid particles in a flow is
zero. Conservation of Momentum states that the
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
CONTROLS HOMEWORK
The equations for a certain heating system are
Controller
Drive
Plant
Q
=
J dH/dt
X dR/dt
Sensor
+
A dV/dt
G(CV)
+
IH
YR
+
=
BV
=ZQ
H
=
+
D
R
where R is the actual temperature of the system in
degrees
Celsius,
V
is
t
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
PERIPHERAL
INTERFACE
CONTROLLERS
PERIPHERAL INTERFACE CONTROLLERS
There are many different Peripheral Interface Controllers:
examples include the PIC16F873 and the PIC16F876 and the
PIC16F877. The PIC16F873 and PIC16F876 have the same
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
SYSTEM PARAMETER
IDENTIFICATION
PREAMBLE
System parameter identification or SPI is a process whereby
experimental
data
is
used
to
determine
parameters
in
a
model of a system. It can be used to get parameters from
the response of subsy
ENGINEERING 9211
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
GOAL
The goal of Experimental Methods is to give
students practical skills that would allow them to
design and construct better experiments.
METHOD OF EVALUATION
Homework and labs are worth 20%. There will be at
least
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
HOMEWORK #1
The equations governing the proportional control of
a certain heating system are:
Controller
Drive
Plant
Q = G (C-V)
J dH/dt
X dR/dt
Sensor
+
A dV/dt
+
IH
YR
+
=
BV
=
Q
H
+
=
D
R
where R is the actual temperature of the sy
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
QUIZ
SYSTEM QUESTION
The equations governing the proportional control of
the forward speed of a certain ship are:
Plant
X dR/dt
Drive
Sensor
+
YR
J dP/dt
+
A dW/dt
Controller
+
=
IP
BW
P
+
=
=
D
Q
R
Q = G (C-W)
where R is the actual s
Experimental Methods
Final Exam Sensors and related topics
MARKS [30]
1) (a) Explain what Cold Junction Compensation is. (b) Describe the concept of shunt calibration for
Wheatstone bridge.
2) A uniform disc of mass M and radius R rotates with angular vel
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
DATA PROCESSING
FILTERING OF SENSOR SIGNALS
Sensor signals can contain unwanted features such as noise
and
offsets.
Filters
attempt
to
remove
these
features.
Noise is usually high frequency. Low pass filters are used
to remove noise.
LABORATORY REPORT 1
AZ Ebubechi Evulukwu
Comprehensive summary of Lab 1 Done on the 12th of January 2011
Experimental methods Dr Michael Hinchey 200989523 ee3580@mun.ca 1/19/2011
LABORATORY REPORT 1 2011
Contents
Purpose . 3 Set up . 4 Procedure . 7 Obser