Labs for EGR 2030

Spring 2016




For Arduino: In GspiceUI/gschem you can get H-bridge L293 and you can simulate a Arduino using a ATmega32MLF.











Lab books follow standard laboratory rules as discussed in EGR 1010. Relook at the web site: http://academic.pgcc.edu/~sjohnson/labjourn.html

You may turn in the lab book after ALL the labs are finished (don't hand in one for each lab...it is a waste of paper. Just seperate the labs enough so I can figure it out).


Lab reports are to be handed in with the standard laboratory format as discussed in EGR 1010. Relook at the web site: http://academic.pgcc.edu/~sjohnson/labreport.html


Below is a review of the list of headings we should have for our lab reports:


Title Page

Abstract/Overview (or both)

IntroductionThis should be at least 4 or 5 paragraphs. You are expected to improve over EGR 1010.

Materials

Procedure (just the procedures that matter not insignificant ones like “I ran my spice program in the computer”)

Results (usually a table or graphs, but it could be something else)

Discussion

Conclusion

References


Note that this has a similar look to Introduction – Body – Conclusion that all your papers should have in anything you write.