Salt Lake City, Utah
June 20, 2004
June 20, 2004
June 23, 2004
9.425.1 - 9.425.5
Session Number 1547
R1 CONN J2 1k 15 14
R3 R2 + V1 1k 1k 9.5V R4 1k
13 3 + NLVs1 10V - 12 11 + NLVs2 10V 0 - 10 9 4 + NLVs3 10V - 8
+ + VcVs1 1 - - 6 5
+ + VcVs2 1 - -
Figure 3. Sensor Circuit
System Performance System performance has been reliable and the instrumentation system has experienced only minor noise generated by the ignition system. These problems have been dealt with by shortening and proper routing of sensor input wires and judicious grounding connections between the engine frame, the circuit enclosure and earth ground. The most significant and troubling noise to the sensors is generated by the computer and monitor, this interference source has not yet been defeated in this system.
BIOGRAPHY TIMOTHY COOLEY is an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Technology department of the Purdue University, School of Technology.
TERRENCE O’CONNOR is an Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology department of the Purdue University, School of Technology.
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Cooley, T., & O'Connor, T. (2004, June), Development Of A 10 Rpm Engine Paper presented at 2004 Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. https://peer.asee.org/12726
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