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Type K Thermocouple, Voltage vs Temperature

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% Polynomial Coefficients 0-500 °C[4]
% Type K thermocouple
c= [0,25.08355,7.860106e-2,-2.503131e-1,8.315270e-2,-1.228034e-2,...
    9.804036e-4,-4.413030e-5,1.057734e-6,-1.052755e-8];
E= 0;
% Measured Voltage difference in mv
V = [1,E,E^2,E^3,E^4,E^5,E^6,E^7,E^8,E^9];
T_delta = c*V';
fprintf('Cold Bath Temp.  = %0.3f C\n' ,T_delta );
fprintf('Cold Bath Temp.  = %0.3f F\n\n' ,T_delta*1.8+32 );
E= 0.74;
% Measured Voltage difference in mv
V = [1,E,E^2,E^3,E^4,E^5,E^6,E^7,E^8,E^9];
T_delta = c*V';
fprintf('Room Bath Temp.  = %0.3f C\n' ,T_delta );
fprintf('Room Bath Temp.  = %0.3f F\n\n' ,T_delta*1.8+32 );

E= 3;
% Measured Voltage difference in mv
V = [1,E,E^2,E^3,E^4,E^5,E^6,E^7,E^8,E^9];
T_delta = c*V';
fprintf('Hot Bath Temp.  = %0.3f C\n' ,T_delta );
fprintf('Hot Bath Temp.  = %0.3f F\n\n' ,T_delta*1.8+32 );
Cold Bath Temp.  = 0.000 C
Cold Bath Temp.  = 32.000 F

Room Bath Temp.  = 18.526 C
Room Bath Temp.  = 65.346 F

Hot Bath Temp.  = 73.576 C
Hot Bath Temp.  = 164.436 F

Published with MATLAB® 7.10

 

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