PARAMETER DETERMINATION OF HYDRAULIC DYNAMOMETER

  • Mohammad Ayub Khan Electronics and Communication, Anand Engineering College, Agra, India
  • Suraj Singh Electronics and Communication, Anand Engineering College, Agra, India
  • Om Ji Electronics and Communication, Anand Engineering College, Agra, India
  • Gunjan Gupta Electronics and Communication, Anand Engineering College, Agra, India
  • Avanish Yadav Electronics and Communication, Anand Engineering College, Agra, India
Keywords: Load Cell, Sno2 Sensor, Temperature Sensor, Labview, Air Pressure Concept, Strain Type Load Cell

Abstract

The project is basically based upon the determination of parameters of Hydraulic Dynamometer using LabVIEW. LabVIEW is the programming tool that is used for automation purposes mainly in industries. Herein, we will be judging the various parameters like Load Cell, Temperature Sensors etc, by interfacing the digital set-up with our manual set-up. The Load Cell that will be used is the S-shaped Load Cell and the various temperature sensors are used to determine temperatures like water inlet temperature, water outlet temperature, air temperature etc. After measuring these parameters we will be interfacing these devices with the manual dynamometer system. After interfacing, there will be separate meters installed wherein we will be view parameters measured by the system.

The study that was conducted resulted in following results that are mentioned in the graphs and tables below. We have tried to mention more and more tables and graphs related to our study so that it can be possible to figure out the exact motive behind the research conducted.

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Published
2018-02-28
How to Cite
Khan, M. A., Singh, S., Om, Gupta, G., & Yadav, A. (2018). PARAMETER DETERMINATION OF HYDRAULIC DYNAMOMETER. International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 5(2), 137-147. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v5.i2.2018.637