A Python desktop app for automated turbine data acquisition in the UNH tow tank.
A matrix of test parameters should be created and placed in the
Test plan directory.
Each "section" of the experiment gets its own CSV file. See
test/Test plan for an
example. The test plan, if one exists, is loaded into the GUI at startup. To change, it must be
edited externally and reloaded.
Directory and file structure
Experiment name/ Config/ Test plan/ Top level.csv Perf-0.8.csv Tare_drag.csv fbg_properties.json turbine_properties.json Data/ Processed/ Perf-0.8.csv Tare_drag.csv Raw/ Perf-0.8/ 0/ metadata.json acsdata.h5 nidata.h5 vecdata.h5 fbgdata.h5 vecdata.vno 1/ metadata.json acsdata.h5 fbgdata.h5 nidata.h5 vecdata.h5 vecdata.vno Tare_drag/ 0/ metadata.json acsdata.h5 nidata.h5
Types of runs
runtypes module, there are classes to represent each type of run:
Each of these subclass PyQt's
QThread. For future experiments, there will likely be
TurbineTowInWaves or options in
TurbineTow for wave generation with
TurbineDAQ Copyright (c) 2013-2015 Peter Bachant
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