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Acquisition with a lock-in amplifier and control a stepper drive motor for automation of a test bench

Contact Information

University: ROUEN         

Team Member(s): Alexandre ESCOND, Corentin JOUEN, Jérôme YON

Faculty Advisors: Corentin JOUEN, Jérôme YON

Email Address:alexandre.bescond@coria.fr, yon@coria.fr, jouen@coria.fr

Country: FRANCE

Project Information

Title: Automation of a test bench in order to study aggregates soot
Description:
Le but de notre projet est d'automatiser un banc de diffusion angulaire à l'aide de LabView. Cela consiste à acquérir les signaux de deux PhotoMultiplicateurs dans le but d'étudier la lumière diffusée par des agrégats de suies à l'aide d'un laser. Cette méthode d'étude est non-invasive, ce qui veut dire que l'analyse des particules est proche de la réalité.

Products:

Universal Motion Interface (UMI)-7764

NI 7330 Motion Controllers

P70360 Stepper Drive

Stepper Motor NEMA23HRLG

Lock-In-Amplifier StandFord Research 830 DSP

High Voltage Power Supply ISEG

Flowmeter BRONCKORST

The Solution:

1° Image de la face avant final du projet :

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2°) Images des différents matériels utilisés :

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détection synchrone commandée par Labview

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Moteur pas à pas commandé par Labview via UMI7764

3° Images du Banc de diffusion Angulaire avec les différents matériels :

4° Vidéo du Banc en fonctionnement réel :


Comments
LPS
NI Employee (retired)
on

Hey alexou22,


Thank you so much for your project submission into the NI LabVIEW Student Design Competition. It's great to see your enthusiasm for NI LabVIEW! Make sure you share your project URL (https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-16103) with your peers so you can collect votes via "likes" for your project and win. Collecting the most "likes" gives you the opportunity to win cash prizes for your project submission. I'm curious to know, what's your favorite part about using LabVIEW and how did you hear about the competition?


Good Luck, Liz in Austin, TX.

alexou22
Member
Member
on

Hi,

I am very enthusiasm with my project. It is not a innovation but it is a very complicated system for an automation.

I think that this competition is a very opportunity for a student to demonstrate his capacity in Labview.

I love Labview and I love programming in Labview.

I do not win but at least I tried because many projects are very innovative.

Thank you for your mail,

Hope to see you at the Niweek...

Alexandre BESCOND

jcallaway
Member
Member
on

Hey alexou22,

We are excited to see how your project does in the NI LabVIEW Student Design Competition this year! Would it be possible for you to provide the names of the faculty advisor(s) you worked with?

Good luck!

Jessica in Austin, TX.

LPS
NI Employee (retired)
on

Great submission.

Tell your friends to "vote" for your submission by "liking" it. Here is a document explaining how they do this:https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-16409

If you collect hte most "likes," you can win cash prizes from NI. (1st place: $750, 2nd place: $500, 3rd place: $250).

Have a great day.

alexou22
Member
Member
on

Hey jcallaway,

Names of faculty advisor(s) are :

scientist advisor : Jérome YON, assistant professor INSA de ROUEN FRANCE

tehnical advisor :  Corentin JOUEN, engineer CORIA FRANCE

Thank you ,

Alexandre

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