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Principles of measurement systems / John P. Bentley

By: Bentley, John P.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Harlow : Longman Scientific & Technical, c1995; New Delhi : Longman, c2000Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xi, 468 p : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0470234458; 9780470234457; 0582237793 (England); 9780582237797.Subject(s): Physical instruments | Physical measurements | Engineering instruments | Automatic controlDDC classification: 530.8 Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Part I: General Principles 1. The general measurement system. 2. Static characteristics of measurement system elements. 3. The accuracy of measurement systems in the steady state. 4. Dynamic characteristics of measurement systems. 5. Loading effects and two port networks. 6. Signals and noise in measurement systems. 7. Reliability, choice and economics of measurement systems. Part II: Typical Measurement System elements. 8. Sensing elements. 9. Signal conditioning elements. 10. Signal processing elements. 11. Data presentation elements. Part III: Speciaised Measurement Systems 12. Flow measurement systems. 13. Intrinsically safe measurement systems. 14. Heat transfer effects in measurement systems. 15. Optical measurement systems. 16. Ultrasonic measurement systems. 17. Gas chromatography. 18. Data acquisition. Answers to numerical problems. Index.
Summary: Summary: Principles of Measurement Systems provides a coherent and integrated approach to the topic covering all the main techniques and devices used, together with the relevant theory and applications that the student needs to understand up to degree level
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Table of contents Part I: General Principles 1. The general measurement system. 2. Static characteristics of measurement system elements. 3. The accuracy of measurement systems in the steady state. 4. Dynamic characteristics of measurement systems. 5. Loading effects and two port networks. 6. Signals and noise in measurement systems. 7. Reliability, choice and economics of measurement systems. Part II: Typical Measurement System elements. 8. Sensing elements. 9. Signal conditioning elements. 10. Signal processing elements. 11. Data presentation elements. Part III: Speciaised Measurement Systems 12. Flow measurement systems. 13. Intrinsically safe measurement systems. 14. Heat transfer effects in measurement systems. 15. Optical measurement systems. 16. Ultrasonic measurement systems. 17. Gas chromatography. 18. Data acquisition. Answers to numerical problems. Index.

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Principles of Measurement Systems provides a coherent and integrated approach to the topic covering all the main techniques and devices used, together with the relevant theory and applications that the student needs to understand up to degree level

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