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Cooking Assistant for Automatic Temperature Control Using Atmega644

In some cooking scenarios, it is desirable to achieve a specific object temperature and keep the object at that temperature. However, it is difficult to maintain a constant temperature without constant attention. To aid cooking in this scenario, we created a device that can be added to an electric stovetop or hot plate and serve as an automated assistant. High Level Design top The broad goals of our project ...

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Heat Control System Using Atmega644

Introduction This project was the first stage of developing a controller for a radiant floor heat system. The microcontroller will use inputs from thermostats, thermocouples, a flow meter, and pressure switches to control the operation of the pumps and valves to achieve improved efficiency of the system as a whole. This project idea came from a friend who recently built a house which utilizes an outdoor woo ...

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UDP/Ethernet Controlled Temperature Regulator Using Atmega32

Introduction This project implements a microcontroller based temperature regulator which can be controlled via the Ethernet port on any common personal computer. As the world becomes more networked, the power of our ability to communicate with many different systems instantly continues to prove it's worth in maximizing utility and convenience. The common consumer now has more options then ever for networkin ...

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Digital Compass Using Mega 32

I. Introduction The goal of this project is to build a digital compass that displays both the direction and cardinal points on a television. Other functionalities were added to complement the sensor interface, such as, temperature display, magnetic declination input and disability option. At the highest level, this project involves acquiring two output readings from the Hall-effect sensor (Dinsmore R1655) a ...

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A Microcontroller Based Turbidity Meter using AtmelMega32

Introduction Low-Cost Turbidity Meter for Underdeveloped Countries Our project is a collaboration with an independent research project being conducted by senior civil and environmental engineering student James Berg. The goal of this project is to create a low cost turbidity meter for use in under developed countries. Real laboratory turbidity meters can cost over $1000.Our goal is to create a meter that co ...

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PC temperature control using Atmel Mega32

Abstract Our project is a standalone temperature and fan monitoring and control unit for the PC. It uses the temperature readings to adjust fan speeds in order to regulate temperature and noise. The system is flexible in that it can be configured to be either completely autonomous, or set up to be configurable. It is also highly configurable in the setting up of the features and parameters. The entire unit ...

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Vehicle Performance Meter Using Atmel Mega32

INTRODUCTION The DomMeter is a car performance meter that measures acceleration to compute values important to car enthusiasts. Specifically, the DomMeter calculates the 0-60mph time, 0-30mph time, 0-100mph time, quater mile, eighth mile time and braking time, the max acceleration during that interval, distance travelled in feet and max horse power generated (after drag, roll losses and drive train losses). ...

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