Computer-Based Data Acquisition, Analysis and Control: A Minicomputer System

by R. L. Meakin, Stanford Univ, Environmental Fluid, Mechanics Lab, Stanford, CA, USA,
H. S. Rhee, Stanford Univ, Environmental Fluid, Mechanics Lab, Stanford, CA, USA,
J. R. Koseff, Stanford Univ, Environmental Fluid, Mechanics Lab, Stanford, CA, USA,
R. L. Street, Stanford Univ, Environmental Fluid, Mechanics Lab, Stanford, CA, USA,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Hydraulics and Hydrology in the Small Computer Age

Abstract: The Environmental Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (EFML) employs two computer systems for the purpose of data acquisition, analysis and control. The first, an HP-2100 system, is used primarily for data acquisition and the second, an HP-1000 system, is used for data reduction and interpretation and for experiment control. The paper describes the EFML computer system and its functions in terms of specific experiments in the turbulence modeling facility and in the natural lake model.

Subject Headings: Data processing | Data collection | Hydraulic models | Model tests | Computer models | Fluid mechanics | Computer analysis | Data analysis

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