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  • Development of Hardware and Software for the Automatiс Calibration and Verification of Sensors for Non-Electrical Quantities

Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Dmitriy Gusarov
Development of Hardware and Software for the Automatiс Calibration and Verification of Sensors for Non-Electrical Quantities
2016
The project is dedicated to the development of hardware and software for the automatic calibration and verification of sensors for non-electrical quantities. The developed system is designed to automate the process of calibration and verification of sensors, which is usually done manually. This system allows to get rid of the factor of human (subjective) errors during the routine processing of large amounts of data while calculation of the metrological characteristics. The following main goals and objectives was implemented in the project:

 Analysis of existing technical solutions for the automatic calibration and verification of sensors for non-electrical quantities.

 Justification of the choice of the interface for connection of the model of input device and the PC.

 Development of the communication protocol between the model of input device and the PC.

 Development of the block diagram of the input device.

 Justification of the choice of the elements of the model and programming language used.

 Development of the concept and application software of the model.

 Creating a model of data receiving device for sensors for non-electric quantities and an experimental testing.

 Development of application software for the PC and testing of the application in the system.

The result of the project is a model of the data input device from sensors and software on a personal computer that performs the calculation of metrological characteristics of the sensor.

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