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ANALYSIS OF CIRCUIT
(EE001-3-1)

Instructions:

• This assignment is to be carried out individually

Learning Outcomes

ON COMPLETION OF THE MODULE YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING LEARNING OUTCOMES:

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|ABLE TO UNDERSTAND, AND BE ABLE TO APPLY BOTH ANALYSIS AND DESIGN THE OVERALL PROCESS OF DESIGN, INCLUDING MODELING AND COMPONENT |
|DESCRIPTION. |
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|ABLE TO UNDERSTAND PASSIVE AND ACTIVE COMPONENTS. |
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|ABLE TO UNDERSTAND AND APPLY KIRCHHOFF’S LAWS, NODAL AND MESH ANALYSIS. |
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|ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE OPERATION AND APPLICATIONS OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER. |
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|ABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE OPERATION AND APPLICATION OF SIGNAL CONDITIONING CIRCUIT. |
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|SIMULATE CIRCUITS USING SOFTWARE, E.G. MULTISIM. |
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|MAKE AND TEST REAL CIRCUIT IN THE LAB. |
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1) Objective:

The objective of this assignment is to design a temperature sensing circuitry which detects temperature ranging from 0°C to 50°C. The circuit outputs a linearly proportional analog voltage signal (0 V to 10 V) for monitoring and data logging purpose.

2) Analysis techniques:

The temperature sensing circuitry consists of two stages as shown in Fig. 1:

a. LM35DZ Temperature Sensor: Its function is to detect temperature ranging from 0°C to 50°C, and then delivers a linearly proportional signal. The increase in 1°C is equivalent to 10 mV.

b. Signal Conditioning Circuit: Its function is to condition the sensors output voltage from 0 V to 10 V.

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Figure 1: Temperature Sensing Block Diagram

3) Design steps:

a. Determine the output range of the sensor.

b. Design the signal conditioning circuit.

c. Simulate the circuit using Multisim.

d. Construct the circuit in the lab and display the output waveform.

a. Report format. 5% b. Report documentation as follows: 55% i. Introduction. 5% ii. Temperature sensor and output ranges. 5% iii. Circuit designing. 15% iv. Multisim simulation. 10% v. Discussion. 15% vi. Conclusion. 5% c. Tutor assessment as follows: 40% i. Presentation. 10% ii. Circuit connections. 10% iii. Display of output waveform and voltage reading. 10% iv. Q&A. 10%

5) Report Documentation

70% +

Able to calculate the output range of the temperature sensor for given temperature conditions.
Clear and well presented circuit diagram.
Able to design the signal conditioning circuit based on the specifications given.
Able to simulate the designed circuit using Multisim.
Able to construct the correct circuit and test it by displaying the required output waveform.
Able to contribute interesting and relevant ideas and well summarized of work significance.
Good presentation.

60-69%

Able to calculate the output range of the temperature sensor for given temperature conditions.
Clear and well presented circuit diagram.
Able to design the signal conditioning circuit based on the specifications given.
Able to simulate the designed circuit using Multisim.
Able to construct the correct circuit and test it by displaying the required output waveform.
Unable to contribute interesting and relevant ideas and poorly summarized of work significance.
Poor presentation.

50-59%

Able to calculate the output range of the temperature sensor for given temperature conditions.
Clear and well presented circuit diagram.
Able to design the signal conditioning circuit based on the specifications given.
Unable to simulate the designed circuit using Multisim.
Unable to construct the correct circuit and test it by displaying the required output waveform.
Unable to contribute interesting and relevant ideas and poorly summarized of work significance.
Poor presentation.

40-49%
Able to calculate the output range of the temperature sensor for given temperature conditions.
Clear and well presented circuit diagram.
Unable to design the signal conditioning circuit based on the specifications given.
Unable to simulate the designed circuit using Multisim.
Unable to construct the correct circuit and test it by displaying the required output waveform.
Unable to contribute interesting and relevant ideas and poorly summarized of work significance.
Poor presentation.

30-39%
Able to calculate the output range of the temperature sensor for given temperature conditions.
Not clear and well presented circuit diagram.
Unable to design the signal conditioning circuit based on the specifications given.
Unable to simulate the designed circuit using Multisim.
Unable to construct the correct circuit and test it by displaying the required output waveform.
Unable to contribute interesting and relevant ideas and poorly summarized of work significance.
Poor presentation.

0-29%
Unable to calculate the output range of the temperature sensor for given temperature conditions.
Unclear and poorly presented circuit diagram.
Unable to design the signal conditioning circuit based on the specifications given.
Unable to simulate the designed circuit using Multisim.
Unable to construct the correct circuit and test it by displaying the required output waveform.
Unable to contribute interesting and relevant ideas and poorly summarized of work significance.
Poor presentation.

GOOD LUCK

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Temperature Sensor (LM35DZ)

Temperature
0°C – 50°C

Signal
Conditioning
Circuit

DC Voltage
0 V – 10 V

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