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You will be required to complete two group projects in the lab as part of this course. Groups will consist of 3-4 students, and one report will be submitted for the group. Homework assignments will be reduced during the time which the project is assigned. It will be necessary to schedule your time in the laboratory since facilities are limited. Please be considerate of others as you schedule and use lab time to complete the group project.
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You will be required to complete two group projects in the lab as part of this course. Groups will consist of 2 students for lab #1 and 3-4 students for lab #2. One report will be submitted for the group. Homework assignments will be reduced during the time when the project is assigned.
December 03, 2012, at 03:59 PM by 128.187.97.21 -
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!! Physical Lab

Click [[Main/PhysicalLab | here]] for instructions on the physical lab.

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!! Simulation Lab

Click [[Main/SimulationLab | here]] here for instructions on the simulation lab.
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!! Lab 1: Physical System

Project #1 is an application of feedback control to a physical system. This may include measurement and control of pressure, level, temperature, concentration, etc. The three important elements for this project are that the system has a measurement device, an actuator, and capability to perform computerized control. Below is a list of pre-defined instructions for each of the 4 labs.

* [[Attach:Lab1.pdf | Physical Lab 1]]
* [[Attach:Lab2.pdf | Physical Lab 2]]
* [[Attach:Lab3.pdf | Physical Lab 3]]
* [[Attach:Lab4.pdf | Physical Lab 4]]

!! Groups for Project #1

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!! Lab 2: Simulated System

Project #2 is a virtual system that can be numerically simulated. The purpose of this second lab is to apply more advanced topics that integrate the course material but do not have some of the limitations of physical systems.

* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]] | [[Attach:LabSim1b.zip | Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim2.pdf | Simulation Lab 2]] | [[Attach:LabSim2.zip | Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim3.pdf | Simulation Lab 3]] | [[Attach:LabSim3.zip | Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim4.pdf | Simulation Lab 4]] | [[Attach:LabSim4.zip | Supplemental Files]]

Other examples of simulated systems are found in:

[[http://www.hedengren.net/research/models.htm |Repository of nonlinear dynamic models]]

!! Groups for Project #2

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Along with the project report, you'll have an opportunity to present your results in a 3-5 minute presentation. This presentation can be in-class, a video, or some other media form that communicates the project results. Because there will not be sufficient class time for all of the presentations, groups will be able to present in sessions outside of class.
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Along with the project report, you'll have an opportunity to present your results in a 3-5 minute presentation for the simulation lab. This presentation can be in-class, a video, or some other media form that communicates the project results. Because there will not be sufficient class time for all of the presentations, groups will be able to present in sessions outside of class.
November 27, 2012, at 02:06 PM by 128.187.97.21 -
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* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]] | [[Attach:LabSim1.zip | Supplemental Files]]
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* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]] | [[Attach:LabSim1b.zip | Supplemental Files]]
November 09, 2012, at 07:53 AM by 69.169.188.188 -
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* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]] | [[Attach:LabSim1.zip | (Supplemental Files)]]
* [[Attach:LabSim2.pdf | Simulation Lab 2]] | [[Attach:LabSim2.zip | (Supplemental Files)]]
* [[Attach:LabSim3.pdf | Simulation Lab 3]] | [[Attach:LabSim3.zip | (Supplemental Files)]]
* [[Attach:LabSim4.pdf | Simulation Lab 4]] | [[Attach:LabSim4.zip | (Supplemental Files)]]
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* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]] | [[Attach:LabSim1.zip | Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim2.pdf | Simulation Lab 2]] | [[Attach:LabSim2.zip | Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim3.pdf | Simulation Lab 3]] | [[Attach:LabSim3.zip | Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim4.pdf | Simulation Lab 4]] | [[Attach:LabSim4.zip | Supplemental Files]]
November 09, 2012, at 07:52 AM by 69.169.188.188 -
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* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]] - [[Attach:LabSim1.zip | Lab 1 Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim2.pdf | Simulation Lab 2]] - [[Attach:LabSim2.zip | Lab 2 Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim3.pdf | Simulation Lab 3]] - [[Attach:LabSim3.zip | Lab 3 Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim4.pdf | Simulation Lab 4]] - [[Attach:LabSim4.zip | Lab 4 Supplemental Files]]
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* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]] | [[Attach:LabSim1.zip | (Supplemental Files)]]
* [[Attach:LabSim2.pdf | Simulation Lab 2]] | [[Attach:LabSim2.zip | (Supplemental Files)]]
* [[Attach:LabSim3.pdf | Simulation Lab 3]] | [[Attach:LabSim3.zip | (Supplemental Files)]]
* [[Attach:LabSim4.pdf | Simulation Lab 4]] | [[Attach:LabSim4.zip | (Supplemental Files)]]
November 09, 2012, at 07:50 AM by 69.169.188.188 -
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* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]]
* [[Attach:LabSim2.pdf | Simulation Lab 2]]
* [[Attach:LabSim3.pdf | Simulation Lab 3]]
* [[Attach:LabSim4.pdf | Simulation Lab 4]]
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* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]] - [[Attach:LabSim1.zip | Lab 1 Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim2.pdf | Simulation Lab 2]] - [[Attach:LabSim2.zip | Lab 2 Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim3.pdf | Simulation Lab 3]] - [[Attach:LabSim3.zip | Lab 3 Supplemental Files]]
* [[Attach:LabSim4.pdf | Simulation Lab 4]] - [[Attach:LabSim4.zip | Lab 4 Supplemental Files
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Project #2 must be a virtual system that can be numerically simulated. The purpose of this second lab is to apply more advanced topics that integrate the course material but do not have some of the limitations of physical systems.
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Project #2 is a virtual system that can be numerically simulated. The purpose of this second lab is to apply more advanced topics that integrate the course material but do not have some of the limitations of physical systems.
November 08, 2012, at 12:01 AM by 69.169.188.188 -
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Project #1 must be something that involves feedback control of a physical system. This may include measurement and control of pressure, level, temperature, concentration, etc. The three important elements for this project are that the system has a measurement device, an actuator, and capability to perform computerized control.
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Project #1 is an application of feedback control to a physical system. This may include measurement and control of pressure, level, temperature, concentration, etc. The three important elements for this project are that the system has a measurement device, an actuator, and capability to perform computerized control. Below is a list of pre-defined instructions for each of the 4 labs.
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Project #1 must be something that involves feedback control of a physical system. This may include measurement and control of pressure, level, temperature, concentration, etc. The three important elements for this project are that the system has a measurement device, an actuator, and capability to perform computerized control.
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Project #1 must be something that involves feedback control of a physical system. This may include measurement and control of pressure, level, temperature, concentration, etc. The three important elements for this project are that the system has a measurement device, an actuator, and capability to perform computerized control.

* [[Attach:Lab1.pdf | Physical Lab 1]]
* [[Attach:Lab2.pdf | Physical Lab 2]]
* [[Attach:Lab3.pdf | Physical Lab 3]]
* [[Attach:Lab4.pdf | Physical Lab 4]]

!! Groups for Project #1

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Project #2 must be a simulated systemor simulated system. Examples of simulated systems are found in:
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Project #2 must be a virtual system that can be numerically simulated. The purpose of this second lab is to apply more advanced topics that integrate the course material but do not have some of the limitations of physical systems.

* [[Attach:LabSim1.pdf | Simulation Lab 1]]
* [[Attach:LabSim2.pdf | Simulation Lab 2]]
* [[Attach:LabSim3.pdf | Simulation Lab 3]]
* [[Attach:LabSim4.pdf | Simulation Lab 4]]

Other examples
of simulated systems are found in:
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!! Groups for Project #2

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### For valve models, a value for Cv f(l) was calculated from theoretical calculations
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### Stability analysis, closed loop transfer function, controller tuning with simulation
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If you have questions or would like to talk about a potential project, please send a note or stop by the instructor's office.

!! Groups for Project #1

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!! Groups for Project #2

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If you have questions or would like to talk about a potential project, please send a note or stop by the instructor's office.
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!! Lab Project

You will be required to complete a group project in the lab as part of this course. Groups will consist of 3-4 students, and one report will be submitted for the group. Homework assignments will be reduced during the time which the project is assigned. You do not have to write a purpose for the lab. It will be necessary to schedule your time in the laboratory since facilities are limited. Please be considerate of others as you schedule and use lab time to complete the group project.
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!! Lab Projects

You will be required to complete two group projects in the lab as part of this course. Groups will consist of 3-4 students, and one report will be submitted for the group. Homework assignments will be reduced during the time which the project is assigned. It will be necessary to schedule your time in the laboratory since facilities are limited. Please be considerate of others as you schedule and use lab time to complete the group project.

!! Lab 1: Physical System

Project #1 must be something that involves feedback control of a physical system
. This may include measurement and control of pressure, level, temperature, concentration, etc. The three important elements for this project are that the system has a measurement device, an actuator, and capability to perform computerized control.

!! Lab 2: Simulated System

Project #2 must be a simulated systemor simulated system. Examples of simulated systems are found in:

[[http://www.hedengren.net/research/models.htm |Repository of nonlinear dynamic models]]
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You will need to limit your project report to no more than 2 pages. This project report is a write-up of your results from the lab project. The focus of this report is to effectively communicate a message in a concise and polished format.
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For each project you will need to limit your report to no more than 2 pages. This project report is a write-up of your results from the lab project. The focus of this report is to effectively communicate a message in a concise and polished format.
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Along with the project report, you'll have an opportunity to present your results in a 3-5 minute presentation. This presentation can be an in-class discussion, a pre-recorded video, or some other media form (poster, web-page, YouTube video, etc) that communicates the project results.
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Along with the project report, you'll have an opportunity to present your results in a 3-5 minute presentation. This presentation can be in-class, a video, or some other media form that communicates the project results. Because there will not be sufficient class time for all of the presentations, groups will be able to present in sessions outside of class.
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You may also chose your own system for this lab exercise. This may be a system from your undergrad research or personal interest. It can either be a physical or simulated system. Examples of simulated systems are found in:

[[http://www.hedengren.net/research/models.htm |Repository of nonlinear dynamic models]]
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You may chose your own system for these lab exercises or stay with the assigned systems. This may be a system from your undergrad research or personal interest.
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!! Groups

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!! Groups for Project #1

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!! Groups for Project #2

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October 26, 2012, at 09:53 AM by 128.187.97.23 -
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!!!! Lab 1

Slade Trevor Alan,
Giri Sunil,
Fan Jui Chin,
Anderson William Michael

Nickerson Stella Day,
Hagopian Krikor Kevork,
Robison Matthew Aaron,
Dzubak Jordan D

Duncan Joshua Clay,
Kelley Tyler D,
Woodward Mark Thomas,
Mailes Drake Theodore

Perez Krystian X,
Winegar Jordan Wade,
Schinn Song Min,
Bean Jeffrey Kevin

Hollingsworth Bruce Kelly,
Little Jared,
Fox Cyrus M,
Parkinson David A

Haynie Jared Daniel,
Abbott Casey Scott,
Sharma Rabindra,
Swenson Julie Marie

!!!! Lab 2

Jensen Kevin Ross,
Nielsen Gordon L,
Boakye-Yiadom Kwabena,
Withers Mitch R

Lydiksen Michael L,
Bhattarai Sameer,
Staker Joshua Harrison,
Lemon Geoffrey E

Varner Chad Thomas,
Parker Daniel Edward,
Rich Debbi Jo,
Pokharel Suman

Rogers Jonathan Brandon,
Shelley Aaron B,
Pittman Michael,
Balls Amy Eleanor

Jorden Tyler Grant,
Poudyal Samiksha,
Johnson Chase J,
Bhattarai Ganesh

!!!! Lab 3

Bajagain Rupak,
Messerly Richard Alma,
Thrap Brian James,
Wright Anne Elizabeth

Harper Grant Emerson,
Malone Kyle Andrew,
Oler Kirk William,
Brown Austin Allen

Bartholomew Kellie Marie,
Himaj Arber,
Keller Spencer James,
Rapp Amelia

Scoresby Jared R,
Harrison Luke D,
DeBroux Bradley Stephen,
Mecham Kellen Michelle

Pratt Kyle Evan,
Schmutz Hans Andrew,
Hagmann Christopher Dean,
Katz Anna Lee

Dhungel Saurav,
Lazenby Nathan Robert,
Adams Jacob Jones,
Anderson John H

!!!! Lab 4

Bush Derek B,
Davis Hannah Serita,
Jacobsen Lee T,
Gooch Kelsey Lynn

Bowen Spencer Henry,
Gringeri Anthony Benjamin,
Anderson Joseph D,
Seegmiller Trevor David

Ross Stephen Adam,
Olson Samuel Ivan,
Atkinson Gregory Esplin,
Richens Scott Taylor

Christianson Jeffery Andrew,
George Brady V,
Grigsby II David Alan

Fernandez Enrique Davila,
Badal Joseph Michael,
Russon Jenna Lyn
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## Discussion of Unexpected Outcomes
## Clear Conclusions
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## Discussion of unexpected outcomes
## Clear conclusions and recommendations
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### Linearized model equations and performed Laplace transform
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### Linearized model equations, performed Laplace transform, and generated transfer function
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'''Evaluation of Written Project Reports'''
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### For valve models, a value for Cvf(l) was calculated from theoretical calculations
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### For valve models, a value for Cv f(l) was calculated from theoretical calculations
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## Solid Conclusions
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## Clear Conclusions
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You will need to limit your project report to no more than 2 pages. This project report is a write-up of your results from the lab project. The focus of this report is to effectively communicate a message in a concise and polished format. Along with the project report, you'll have an opportunity to present your results in a 3-5 minute presentation. This presentation can be an in-class discussion, a pre-recorded video, or some other media form (poster, web-page, YouTube video, etc) that communicates the project results.
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You will need to limit your project report to no more than 2 pages. This project report is a write-up of your results from the lab project. The focus of this report is to effectively communicate a message in a concise and polished format.

# Group developed a correct model for the system
## From First Principles
### Simulation of equations to generate step tests and fit to FOPDT
### Linearized model equations and performed Laplace transform
### For valve models, a value for Cvf(l) was calculated from theoretical calculations
## From Empirical Data
### Fit data to FOPDT or other appropriate model
### Group performed a step test or equivalent test properly and had a graph of the results
# Group solved the system model
# FOPDT constants are calculated and the results displayed in the report
# Tuning parameters for a controller are calculated
# A graph or table is made of the process response using the controller
# Controller maintains set point after a step or disturbance
# Professional Report
## Explanations accompany equations and figures
## Credible analysis
## Discussion of Unexpected Outcomes
## Solid Conclusions

Along with the project report, you'll have an opportunity to present your results in a 3-5 minute presentation. This presentation can be an in-class discussion, a pre-recorded video, or some other media form (poster, web-page, YouTube video, etc) that communicates the project results.
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[[http://http://www.hedengren.net/research/models.htm |Repository of nonlinear dynamic models]]
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[[http://www.hedengren.net/research/models.htm |Repository of nonlinear dynamic models]]
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Swenson Julie Marie
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Slade Trevor Alan
Giri Sunil
Fan Jui Chin
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Slade Trevor Alan,
Giri Sunil,
Fan Jui Chin,
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Hagopian Krikor Kevork
Robison Matthew Aaron
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Nickerson Stella Day,
Hagopian Krikor Kevork,
Robison Matthew Aaron,
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Duncan Joshua Clay
Kelley Tyler D
Woodward Mark Thomas
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Duncan Joshua Clay,
Kelley Tyler D,
Woodward Mark Thomas,
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Winegar Jordan Wade
Schinn Song Min
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Winegar Jordan Wade,
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Hollingsworth Bruce Kelly
Little Jared
Fox Cyrus M
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Hollingsworth Bruce Kelly,
Little Jared,
Fox Cyrus M,
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Haynie Jared Daniel
Abbott Casey Scott
Sharma Rabindra
Swenson Julie Marie
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Haynie Jared Daniel,
Abbott Casey Scott,
Sharma Rabindra,
Swenson Julie Marie,
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Jensen Kevin Ross
Nielsen Gordon L
Boakye-Yiadom Kwabena
Withers Mitch R

Lydiksen Michael L
Bhattarai Sameer
Staker Joshua Harrison
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Jensen Kevin Ross,
Nielsen Gordon L,
Boakye-Yiadom Kwabena,
Withers Mitch R,

Lydiksen Michael L,
Bhattarai Sameer,
Staker Joshua Harrison,
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Varner Chad Thomas
Parker Daniel Edward
Rich Debbi Jo
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Varner Chad Thomas,
Parker Daniel Edward,
Rich Debbi Jo,
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Rogers Jonathan Brandon
Shelley Aaron B
Pittman Michael
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Rogers Jonathan Brandon,
Shelley Aaron B,
Pittman Michael,
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Jorden Tyler Grant
Poudyal Samiksha
Johnson Chase J
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Jorden Tyler Grant,
Poudyal Samiksha,
Johnson Chase J,
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Bajagain Rupak
Messerly Richard Alma
Thrap Brian James
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Bajagain Rupak,
Messerly Richard Alma,
Thrap Brian James,
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Harper Grant Emerson
Malone Kyle Andrew
Oler Kirk William
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Harper Grant Emerson,
Malone Kyle Andrew,
Oler Kirk William,
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Bartholomew Kellie Marie
Himaj Arber
Keller Spencer James
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Bartholomew Kellie Marie,
Himaj Arber,
Keller Spencer James,
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Scoresby Jared R
Harrison Luke D
DeBroux Bradley Stephen
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Scoresby Jared R,
Harrison Luke D,
DeBroux Bradley Stephen,
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Pratt Kyle Evan
Schmutz Hans Andrew
Hagmann Christopher Dean
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Pratt Kyle Evan,
Schmutz Hans Andrew,
Hagmann Christopher Dean,
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Dhungel Saurav
Lazenby Nathan Robert
Adams Jacob Jones
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Dhungel Saurav,
Lazenby Nathan Robert,
Adams Jacob Jones,
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Bush Derek B
Davis Hannah Serita
Jacobsen Lee T
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Bush Derek B,
Davis Hannah Serita,
Jacobsen Lee T,
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Bowen Spencer Henry
Gringeri Anthony Benjamin
Anderson Joseph D
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Bowen Spencer Henry,
Gringeri Anthony Benjamin,
Anderson Joseph D,
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Ross Stephen Adam
Olson Samuel Ivan
Atkinson Gregory Esplin
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Ross Stephen Adam,
Olson Samuel Ivan,
Atkinson Gregory Esplin,
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Christianson Jeffery Andrew
George Brady V
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George Brady V,
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Badal Joseph Michael
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!! Lab Project

You will be required to complete a group project in the lab as part of this course. Groups will consist of 3-4 students, and one report will be submitted for the group. Homework assignments will be reduced during the time which the project is assigned. You do not have to write a purpose for the lab. It will be necessary to schedule your time in the laboratory since facilities are limited. Please be considerate of others as you schedule and use lab time to complete the group project.

!! Project Report

You will need to limit your project report to no more than 2 pages. This project report is a write-up of your results from the lab project. The focus of this report is to effectively communicate a message in a concise and polished format. Along with the project report, you'll have an opportunity to present your results in a 3-5 minute presentation. This presentation can be an in-class discussion, a pre-recorded video, or some other media form (poster, web-page, YouTube video, etc) that communicates the project results.

!! Chose Your Own Project

You may also chose your own system for this lab exercise. This may be a system from your undergrad research or personal interest. It can either be a physical or simulated system. Examples of simulated systems are found in:

[[http://http://www.hedengren.net/research/models.htm |Repository of nonlinear dynamic models]]

If you chose to do your own project, look for systems that have the following characteristics:

* Dynamic system
* Available measurement or simulation of the controlled variable response
* Actuator that adjusts the controlled variable response
* Process can be controlled by a computer

If you have questions or would like to talk about a potential project, please send a note or stop by the instructor's office.

!! Groups

!!!! Lab 1

Slade Trevor Alan
Giri Sunil
Fan Jui Chin
Anderson William Michael

Nickerson Stella Day
Hagopian Krikor Kevork
Robison Matthew Aaron
Dzubak Jordan D

Duncan Joshua Clay
Kelley Tyler D
Woodward Mark Thomas
Mailes Drake Theodore

Perez Krystian X
Winegar Jordan Wade
Schinn Song Min
Bean Jeffrey Kevin

Hollingsworth Bruce Kelly
Little Jared
Fox Cyrus M
Parkinson David A

Haynie Jared Daniel
Abbott Casey Scott
Sharma Rabindra
Swenson Julie Marie

!!!! Lab 2

Jensen Kevin Ross
Nielsen Gordon L
Boakye-Yiadom Kwabena
Withers Mitch R

Lydiksen Michael L
Bhattarai Sameer
Staker Joshua Harrison
Lemon Geoffrey E

Varner Chad Thomas
Parker Daniel Edward
Rich Debbi Jo
Pokharel Suman

Rogers Jonathan Brandon
Shelley Aaron B
Pittman Michael
Balls Amy Eleanor

Jorden Tyler Grant
Poudyal Samiksha
Johnson Chase J
Bhattarai Ganesh

!!!! Lab 3

Bajagain Rupak
Messerly Richard Alma
Thrap Brian James
Wright Anne Elizabeth

Harper Grant Emerson
Malone Kyle Andrew
Oler Kirk William
Brown Austin Allen

Bartholomew Kellie Marie
Himaj Arber
Keller Spencer James
Rapp Amelia

Scoresby Jared R
Harrison Luke D
DeBroux Bradley Stephen
Mecham Kellen Michelle

Pratt Kyle Evan
Schmutz Hans Andrew
Hagmann Christopher Dean
Katz Anna Lee

Dhungel Saurav
Lazenby Nathan Robert
Adams Jacob Jones
Anderson John H

!!!! Lab 4

Bush Derek B
Davis Hannah Serita
Jacobsen Lee T
Gooch Kelsey Lynn

Bowen Spencer Henry
Gringeri Anthony Benjamin
Anderson Joseph D
Seegmiller Trevor David

Ross Stephen Adam
Olson Samuel Ivan
Atkinson Gregory Esplin
Richens Scott Taylor

Christianson Jeffery Andrew
George Brady V
Grigsby II David Alan

Fernandez Enrique Davila
Badal Joseph Michael
Russon Jenna Lyn