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So in one of my classes we are studying composite materials. We did an experiment where a piece of composite material was anchored at each of it's ends and the temperature was changed throughout the day to simulate the varying outdoor temperature. This gives you a center deflection that is read by a laser and the laser outputs a voltage value.

The problem is that the deflection is meant to measure added weight on top of the composite material at a later date, so the voltage change due to temperature change has to be subtracted from the voltage reading i.e. the original setup with just the ends anchored and no additional weight would yield a constant voltage reading.

So the goal of this assignment is to develop a function/algorithm that would be able to subtract the effects of temperature from the voltage reading in order to keep the voltage constant when there is zero additional weight. This function/algorithm has to apply to both of the days of data attached.

I've tried a few models myself, but if someone could help me with this I would really appreciate it. Any advice would be great as well.

Thank you!!

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# Developing a function/algorithm to negate voltage change

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