DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF A PERSONNAL COMPUTER TEMPERATION CONTROL SYSTEM

(Computer Science)

DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF A PERSONNAL COMPUTER TEMPERATION CONTROL SYSTEM

ABSTRACT

Temperature determines the survival of all natural creatures and as well the operational fitness of all scientific invention, it is quite important to every aspect of human endeavor and its control is as important as the temperature itself.

This research work centers its study on temperature and its control with a view of designing and implementing a reliable computerized system that will automatically contribute in temperature control.

The new system will be able to automatically detect temperature within a  particular environment at a particular time and be able to give the desired output concerning the aim of its development.  The new system pivots its temperature on room temperature, controlling the regulation of the room air conditioning system for good up- keep of the habitants.  The new system can as well be used in other areas of temperature control by adjusting the target point of the design.

 

ORGANIZATION OF WORK

This project work is organized into two phases. The front pages and the main write up.

The front pages which consists of the title page, certification, dedication, acknowledgement, organization of work, abstract and table of contents.

The second phase, which is the work, is made up of seven chapters.

The first chapter is the introduction, which consist of the statement of problem, aims and objectives, purpose of study, limitation and definition of term.

Chapter two is the literature review chapter three is systems investigation and analysis.  Chapter four is the design of the new system.  Chapter five is implementation.  Chapter six is documentation while chapter seven contained the conclusion and recommendation.  And finally is bibliography

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page

Organization of work

Abstract

Table of content

CHAPTER ONE

1.0       Introduction

1.1       Statement of the problem

1.2       Purpose of the study

1.3       Aim and Objectives

1.4              Scope of study

1.5              Constraints

1.6              Assumption

1.7              Definition of Terms

CHAPTER TWO

2.0       Literature Review

 

CHAPTER THREE

3.0       Description and analysis of the existing system

3.1       Fact finding methods used

3.11     References to written document

3.1.2    Browsing of internet

3.2              Input, Process, Output analysis

3.2.1        Input, analysis

3.2.2        Input format

3.2.3        Process,  analysis

3.2.4        Output, analysis

3.2.5        Input format

3.3              Problem of the existing system

3.4              Objective of the existing system

3.5       Justification of the new existing system

 

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0       The design of the new system

4.1       Output specification and design

4.2       Input specification  and design

4.3              File design

4.4              File structure

4.5              Procedure chart

4.6              System flowchart

4.7              System requirement

4.71          Hardware requirement

4.72          Soft ware requirement

 

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0       Implementation

5.1              Program design

5.2              Pseudo code

5.3              Program flowchart

 

CHAPTER SIX

6.0              Documentation

6.1       Choice of language

6.2              Language introduction

6.3              Change over method

 

CHAPTER SEVEN

7.0              Conclusion

7.1       Recommendation

Bibliography

 

CHAPTER ONE

1.0              INTRODUCTION

Every living and non-living things thrived on a particular temperature within a particular environment at a particular time.  Temperature is a concept that cannot easily be shelved for its importance to man and the thing in its surrounding.  The room temperature is convenient for man’s survival, the water temperature is convenient for the survival of fishes and other sea animals, the incubator temperature is convenient for hatching of chick from eggs.  This is the same for every other living thing on the face of the earth.  The same is also applicable to non-living thing on earth, chemicals, iron etc of different kinds thrives under different temperature.

Due to these facts, there is need for adequate control of temperature in areas where nature is not automatically controlling temperature.  For example, chicks can only be hatched in a particular temperature and based on that, the incubator was designed to control the temperature for hatching the eggs of chicks. The incubator makes the temperature steady not to fall low or above the hatching temperature.  The same is applicable to almost all manufacturing companies, breweries, seasoning company etc.

Temperature is very important in production of a lot of products and seasoning.

Temperature control requires expertise and accuracy for effectiveness and reliability the computer with its sophisticated feature assuredly can handle the control of temperature.

 

1.1       STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Temperature control system need to be designed on accuracy with effective reception and detection of environment temperature.  This control has to be achieved best without any human intervention.

Ineffective temperature control system cause a lot of damages to the system the procedures it is designed for.

 

1.2       PURPOSE OF STUDY

The purpose of this study is to design simulation of a personal computerized temperature control system which is built on accuracies, comprehensiveness and which will also be cost effective

1.3       AIMS/OBJECTIVES

The aim of   this project work is to design an effective temperature control system, which is computer based and which will provide solution to the inaccuracy  of he manual system

The objectives include:

1.                  To design a temperature control system that will be very accurate and effective

2.                  To design a system that will be quite automatic without any human intervention in its control

 

1.4       SCOPE OF STUDY

This work is to simulate an internal temperature control system for personal temperature control.

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