8 3 in PG (2, q) by Abdul-Elah M.S., Al-Dhahir M.W.

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Run this program several times; observe the Vehicle Temp Log display. Note: Observe the size of the Buffer Size Lines; the default is 256. 26. Click OK. Examining the contents of FromFile 27. Double-click on FromFile for an open view; then double-click on its “X” output pin to examine its contents. ¸ 28. Run this program again several times and observe the data at the FromFile Output Pin relates to the last value in the Logging Alphanumeric Display. Note 1: Observe the values on the input to the ToFile object.

5. Click on the Formula Object Menu button; select Add terminal => Data Input. A second input pin will appear labeled “B”. Changing pin names to real-world label names 6. Double-click on the Formula “A” input pin; change the pin name to Cosine. 7. Connect the Function Generator Func output pin to the Formula data-input pin “Cosine”. 8. Connect the Noise Generator noiseWF output pin to the Formula data-input pin “B”. 9. Double-click in the Formula Object white space; change its formula to read: Cosine + Noise 10.

Open Vehicle Radiator. 23. Return the Function Generator Frequency to 100 and Amplitude to 1. 24. Close Vehicle Radiator only. Note: If you missed it, the Trace1 scale changed so the waveform would fit on the screen. Also, the number of displayed cycles changed by a factor of 2 as the frequency was changed from 100 to 50. 13 Describing the Vehicle Radiator program via the Note Pad 25. Select Menu Bar => Display => Note Pad; move the Note Pad to the upper-left of the Main screen. 26. Type the following description: A triangular wave was used to simulate a Vehicle Radiator’s temperature.

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