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Data logging final!!

  1. 1. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN SCIENCE SBB3013
  2. 2. • An electronics instrument that Data record measurement • Characteristics:logger the ability to take sensor measurement and store the data
  3. 3. • The process of using a computer to collect data through Data sensors, analyze the data and save andlogging output the result of the collection and analysis.
  4. 4. COMPONENTS OF DATALOGGING.
  5. 5. SPEED OFSOUND..
  6. 6. SPEED OF SOUND This experiment describes the use of the ADC -212 virtual oscilloscope to measure the speed of sound.
  7. 7. Scientific concept : The speed of sound is the distancetravelled during a unit of time by a soundwave propagating throughan elastic medium. In common everyday speech, speed ofsound refers to the speed of sound wavesin air. However, the speed of sound variesfrom substance to substance. Soundtravels faster in liquids and non-porous solids than it does in air.
  8. 8. Last weekend, my family and I decided to go toGua Kelam in Perlis. As we walk through the cavethere is a lot of nice things to watch. Then, I noticesomething interesting, when we talk through thecave, we can hear our voice be reflected. We hearour own voice echo. Why this happened? I alsonotice the same phenomena when I talk in emptyhouse or when I shout in the tunnel. How can thishappen and what is the cause?
  9. 9. EMPOWEREquipment required2 microphones-crystal Mics were used since they are cheap and give a large output1 metre wooden ruleFast digital storage oscilloscope-the ADC-212 was usedA balloon-to burst for a sudden loud sound source
  10. 10. Experiment set upThe experiment was set up as shown below with two crystal microphones placed 1 metre apart
  11. 11. Results : The balloon was burst approximately 2 m away from the foremost Mic. The plot below shows the results clearly. The lefthand “BLUE” trace is from the fpremost Mic (Mic 1) and the righthand “red” trace is from mic ( Mic 2) The waveform from Mic 1 between -164µs and 500 s is clearly visible in the trace from Mic 2 delayed by 2929 µs. There is second variation , in the waveform from Mic 1, around 1.5 ms caused by an echo from one wall or ceiling.
  12. 12. ENHANCE Telling how far away a person with a starter’s gun, at a running race, is by comparing the time difference from when you can see the gun’s smoke to when you hear the sound. Telling how far away a cliff is by making a sound and measuring how long it takes for the echo to return Telling where an enemies gun was fired. Telling how far away a lighting strike.
  13. 13. CONCLUSION The speed of sound wave refers to how fast the disturbance is passed from particle to particle. Frequency refers to the number of vibrations that an individual particle makes per unit of time, speed refers to the distance that the disturbance travels per unit of time. Data logging is commonly used in scientific experiments and in monitoring systems where there is the need to collect information faster than a human can possibly collect the information and in cases where accuracy is essential.
  14. 14. THANK THANK YOUYOU

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