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1. Philosophy of Measurement : Methods of Measurement; Measurement System; Classification of Instrument System; Characteristic of Instrument and Measurement System; Errors in Measurement and its Analysis; Standards. Analog Measurement of Electrical Quantities : Electrodynamic; Thermocouple Electrostatic and Rectifier Type Ammeters and Voltmeters; Electrodynamic wattmeter; Three Phase Wattmeter; Power in Three Phase System; Errors and Remedies in Wattmeter and Energy Meter 2. Instrument Transformer and Their Application in the Extension of Instrument Range; Introduction to Measurement of Speed; Frequency and Power Factor 3. Measurement of Parameter : Different Methods of Measuring Low; Medium and High Resistances; Measurement of Inductance and Capacitance With the Help of A.C. Bridge; Q Meter 4. A.C. Potentiometer : Polar Type and Co-ordinate Type A.C. Potentiometer; Application of A.C. Potentiometers in Electrical Measurement Magnetic Measurement : Ballistic Galvanometer; Flux Meter; Determination of Hysteresis Loop; Measurement of Iron Losses 5. Digital Measurement of Electrical Quantities : Concept of Digital Measurement; Block Diagram Study of Digital Voltmeter; Frequency Meter; Power Analyzer and Harmonics Analyzer; Electronic Multimeter. Cathode Ray Oscilloscope : Basic CRO Circuit (Block Diagram); Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) and its Component; Application of CRO in Measurement; Lissajous Pattern; Dual Trace and Dual Beam Oscilloscope
With the advancement of technology in intergrated circuits, instruments are becoming increasingly compact and accurate. This revision covers in detail the digital and microprocessor-based instruments. The systematic discussion of their working principle, operation, capabililties, and limitions will facilitate easy understanding of the instruments as well as guide the user select the right instrument for an application.
Pengukuran & Instrumentasi adalah elemen asas yang utama daIam bidang teknologi terutamanya bagi bidang teknologi eIektrik. Atas kepentingan ini, Pengukuran dan instrumentasi menjadi sebahagian daripada keperIuan pembeIajaran dalam jurusan teknologi bagi peringkat ijazah pertama, diploma dan juga sijil. Pengukuran & Instrumentasi menerangkan secara terperinci tentang teknik pengukuran yang sebenar, teori serta reka bentuk instrumen pengukuran asas seperti meter voItan, meter ampere, meter ohm, dan juga penggunaan osiloskop. Selain daripada itu, teori serta aplikasi beberapa transduser asas juga diterangkan. Buku ini sesuai digunakan sebagai bahan rujukan untuk pelajar jurusan teknologi sama ada di peringkat sarjana muda, diploma mahupun sijil. Pengukuran dan Instrumentasi juga sesuai untuk jurutera dan juruteknik yang terlibat dalam bidang teknologi eIektrik.
This manual is designed to teach students how to select electronic instruments and interpret their readings to get accurate, reliable and cost-effective measurements. It presents the basic theory of the operation of both DC and AC instruments, their capabilities and limitations. This new edition provides updated coverage of topics such as noise, troubleshooting with instruments and DC bridges, including microprocessor bridges, using numerous examples to further explain theory and problems and experiments related to the topics with which they are presented. Included are photographs which show commercially-available service and laboratory tools, with an emphasis on lab quality instruments.
This book offers a complete treatment of both digital and analog instruments; their operation, application, and limitations. Measurement methods and measurement precision are also covered. Commencing with the explanations of units, dimensions, and standards, the text treats measurement errors, then covers electromechanical instruments in one chapter and analog electronics VOMs in another. A single chapter is devoted to the explanation of digital instruments basics and another to digitalvoltmeters and frequency meters. Instrument calibration is also explained, and methods of measuring resistance, inductance, and capacitance are covered in detail. The operation and application of oscilloscopes, both analog and digital, is comprehensively treated, as are a wide variety of laboratory-type electronic instruments.
For courses in Electrical Engineering Laboratory. Designed to be used alone or in conjunction with a laboratory course, this text gives students a practical understanding of electrical laboratory practices and teaches them to become proficient users of electronic measuring instruments. It explains how to select instruments for various measurement applications, how to evaluate their capabilities, how to connect them together, and how operate them properly. to meet the growing demand on students to collect more data and perform sophisticated analysis, this revision omits discussions of outdated analog instruments in favor of the latest digital instruments.
This text on electronic measurement and instrumentation treats the subject in a general way by concentrating on theoretical principles relevant to all measurements, for example electrical, thermal and mechanical. Dr Klaassen follows a system science approach rather than employing the more common method of instrument description. The author deals with all the fundamental aspects of measurement, for example, theory of measurement, systems of units, standards, measurement methods, data acquisition, sampling, multiplexing and aliasing. Also covered are more practical aspects of measurement, including transducers, interference, noise, AD and DA conversion and instrument data buses. This textbook is targeted at engineers and scientists in both industry and academia. It will be of particular interest to those active in the fields of electrical, mechanical and control engineering and will be widely used as a text for undergraduate courses.