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The application should prompt the user to enter a value from a simple text menu which selects the conversion type or provides an option to exit

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2. The Task

In power electronics, it is often necessary to convert between Star and Delta resistive networks, achieved using the set of equations given in Eq.1.

RA

=

Rg=

Rc

=

R1R2+R2R2+R2R1 R3

R1R2+R2R3 + R3R1

RARB

RA+RB + RC

R1

=

R2

=

R1 =

R1

RARC RA+RB+RC RgRc RA+R+RC

R2 R1R2+R2R2+R2R1

Eq.1

Star -> Delta

Delta -> Star

2.1 Requirements (to be reflected in your flowchart & other material)

Documentation (primarily a flowchart & test data) are to be created to ensure the tasks listed below are performed. Note that in some cases you will need to specify the exact message to be displayed (e.g. for an invalid input) which should then be validated through test cases.

(a)

The application should prompt the user to enter a value from a simple text menu which selects the conversion type or provides an option to exit

There are to be limited to

(b)

1

for Star

2 for Delta

0 to exit the application

NOTE: The user can only select from these choices and must be repeatedly prompted until a valid choice is made.

Based on the choice from (a) the program should then prompt for input values for RA, RB & Rc or R1, R2 & R3 as appropriate (or immediately exit if 'O' is selected).

The programme should perform the required calculation and display the results on the screen with an accuracy of two decimal places.

This process is to repeat until the user elects to exit.

(c)

It is a specific requirement of the application that

a. A function is developed for user input of a float to which the arguments are (1) a prompt for the user and (2 & 3) the parameters for the allowed upper and lower limits. It MUST return a value that is with the limits AND reject non-numeric input.

b. The conversion between types (Star/Delta) is done using one function (Hint: when defining the function you will need to pass not only the values but also a flag indicating the conversion type)

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