A python package used to control a liquid rocket engine
The Python Ignite (PyIGN) package tool is used to interface with a Nation Instruments (NI) data acquisition (DAQ) console on a liquid rocket engine (LRE) test stand. PyIGN is fed input sensor data, gathered by the NI system, then computes and controls the LRE systems states. The commands are output from PyIGN, back to the NI DAQ, which sets and controls valve and ignitor states.
Navigate Installer folder or Example.rst
Once in pyign folder from command line:
- python functions -s
- python functions -g
- python functions -t
The PyIGN package relies on other libraries: - numpy - argparse
Install those before installing the PyIGN package. To install the PyIGN package:
- pip install pyign
More information can be found at: https://github.com/devonburson/PyIGN
All notable changes to the PyIGN project will be documented in this file.
[1.0.4] - 2019-06-13
[0.2.2] - 2019-06-11
- setup.py format
- version to a version.py file
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