Control temperature of a resistor
A constant voltage of 10 V is applied to a temperature dependent resistor of 10*(1+(T-20C)/(235+20C)) Ohms, whose losses v**2/r are dissipated via a thermal conductance of 0.1 W/K to ambient temperature 20 degree C. The resistor is assumed to have a thermal capacity of 1 J/K, having ambient temparature at the beginning of the experiment. The temperature of this heating resistor is held by an OnOff-controller at reference temperature within a given bandwith +/- 1 K by switching on and off the voltage source. The reference temperature starts at 25 degree C and rises between t = 2 and 8 seconds linear to 50 degree C. An approppriate simulating time would be 10 seconds.
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