# Voluntary exercise II Solution Tor Stålhane IDI / NTNU.

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Voluntary exercise II Solution Tor Stålhane IDI / NTNU

Heating element Temperature sensor Heating element 220V AC Controller I/O panel

Requirements – natural language 1.The user shall be able to use a simple panel to define time intervals, consisting of – Starting time – Ending time – Temperature during this interval – Ta 2.The time intervals are not allowed to overlap 3.The user shall be able to use a simple panel to define a temperature tolerance value d. 4.If the user don't set a temperature tolerance, the system shall use default value d = 2 o C 5.If the temperature falls below Ti – d, the heather shall be turned on 6.If the temperature exceeds Ti + d, the heather shall be turned off 7.If time is outside all defined intervals the temperature shall be set to a predefined default value T0.

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Tests – 1 Implement observation points for Temperature tolerance d Default temperature T0 Interval start, end and temperature for all defined intervals – for interval “a” we must be able to observe ts, te and Ta

Tests – 2 Controller I/O panel Observation software

Tests – 3 R1, R2, R7: define time interval a = [07h – 12h]. Check Ta = T0. Set Ta = 22 o. Check Ta = 22 o. R14: define time interval b = [11h – 15h]. Check for error message. Check that time interval b does not exist. Define interval c = [08h – 10h] Check for error message Check that interval c dies not exist R3, R4: check d = 2 o. Set d = 1 o. Check d = 1 o. R15: check temperature setting outside interval a = T0.

Tests – 4 Temperature sensor Controller I/O panel Thermostat unit Keeps temperature sensor at pre-set value Temperature setting Switch state logging unit Log

Tests – 5 R10, R11, R12: Define time intervals interval a = [07h – 12h] and b = [19h – 22h]. Ta = 22 o, Tb = 18 o, d = 1 o. Set thermostat unit to 20 o = T0. Start test with controller clock at 06h. We should observe: 07h + max 40s: switch “On” 12h + max 40s: switch “Off” Nothing else should happen.

Tests – 6 Define time intervals interval a = [07h – 12h]. Ta = 22 o, d = 1 o. Set thermostat unit to 20 o = T0. Start test with controller clock at 06. We should observe: 07h + max 40s: switch “On” Set thermostat unit to 24 o at 11. We should observe: 11h + max 40s: switch “Off” Nothing else should happen.