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For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com ECET 402 HW Week 1 Pages: 20-21: #2,4,6,11,14 CH 3pgs:103 #4,6

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 1 Homework For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   ECET 402  HW Week 1 Pages: 20-21: #2,4,6,11,14 CH 3pgs:103 #4,6

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 1 iLab For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   1.From Part A, step 1(b) of lab instructions, change the temperature from 0 to 30° C and record the corresponding RTD resistance in Table 1. 2.Graph the temperature-resistance characteristics of RTD below:

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 2 Homework For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   Chapter 3 Page 104-105 Problems 24, 25, 28, 30, and 38

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 2 iLab For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   1.After completing Part A of week 2 lab, complete the following table: 2.Briefly describe if you had any issues with this lab. 3.Briefly describe how you would display the temperature on the LCD display of a microcontroller system.

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 3 Homework For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   Homework   1.  What is the difference between  static , sliding , and  viscous friction ? 2.  An aluminum casting that weighs 10 lb is resting on a steel surface. 6. A robot arm must be able to extend 24 in. horizontally in 2 s while carrying a load of 10 lb. How much force is required, assuming the arm is accelerating all the way?

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 3 iLab For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   Part A – Voltage to Frequency Converter 1.Change input voltage from 2–10 volts and record measured frequency in Table 1 2. Use the data obtained in Table 1 to graph Frequency vs. Voltage in Figure 1.

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 4 Homework For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   Week 4 Homework Chapter 11:  pp. 483–488, Problems 1, 2, 6, 8, 12, 13, and 19 1.Assume that  Figure 11.25(a)  is the response curve of a control system to a step function. Determine the following parameters: rise time, overshoot, and settling time.

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 4 iLab Relays and Relay Logic Controls For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   ECET 402 Week 4 iLab Relays and Relay Logic Controls

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 5 Homework For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   Chapter 12: 1.  Draw a relay wiring diagram for a circuit that implements the simple logic diagram shown in  Figure 12.36 . The circuit should be in the style of  Figure 12.1(a) .

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 5 iLab Stepper Motor and Measuring Speed of a DC Motor For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   Part A  Take a digital photo of your stepper motor circuit and paste it below: Once the assembly of stepper motor circuit is completed and power is applied, observe the direction of

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 6 Homework For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   P.405, #1 Give an example of an open-loop control system. Explain why the system is open-loop, and identify the controller and final control element.

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 6 iLab For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   1. Determine the overall transfer function of the system given below by hand as discussed in pre-lab. Please show your work and type the equations if you can 2. Determine the overall transfer function of the system shown above using MATLAB. Copy the MATLAB code and the overall transfer function obtained and paste them below:

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ECET 402 Teaching Effectively/tutorialrank.com ECET 402 Week 7 iLab Root Locus Plots and the Stability of a Control System For more course tutorials visit www.tutorialrank.com   ECET 402 Week 7 iLab Root Locus Plots and the Stability of a Control System

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