This is another another Arduino-based project that studies the effects of different parameters on cooling of water. A DS18B20 waterproof temperature sensor was used to monitor the temperature of hot water that was allowed to cool. This is used to take temperature readings for cooling water at various room temperatures, mug sizes, and mug materials. Using arduino-based temperature monitoring, this article investigates the influence of these parameters on cooling.
The Arduino platform is a free and open source electronics platform. Due to their ease of use and inexpensive cost, Arduino-based projects have gained widespread recognition. This is also an arduino-based project that examines Newton’s law of cooling. A DS18B20 waterproof temperature sensor was used for temperature monitoring. Newton’s law of cooling was validated by using temperature data. This article will discuss the Newton’s law of cooling and serve as a guide for verifying it with an Arduino. In fact, the main focus of the article is the experimental setup for Arduino-based temperature monitoring and the verification of the law.