Principles of Electronic Instrumentation

Author: D. PATRANABIS

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 9788120333550

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 580

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This text offers comprehensive coverage of electronic instruments and electronics-aided measurements, highlighting the essential components of digital electronic instrumentation and the principles involved in electrical and electronic measurement processes. It also explains the stages involved in data acquisition systems for acquiring, manipulating, processing, storing, displaying and interpreting the sought-for data. The principal instruments presented in this book include cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO), analyzers, signal generators, oscillators, frequency synthesizers, sweep generators, function generators and attenuators. Besides, the book covers several laboratory meters such as phase meters, frequency meters, Q-meters, wattmeters, energy meters, power factor meters, and measurement bridges. Also included are a few important sensors and transducers which are used in the measurement of temperature, pressure, flow rate, liquid level, force, etc. The book also emphasizes the growing use of fibre optic instrumentation. It explains some typical fibre optic sensing systems including the fibre optic gyroscope. Some applications of optical fibre in biomedical area are described as well. The book is intended for a course on Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation prescribed for B.E./B.Tech. students of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Control Engineering, and Electronics and Computer Engineering. It will also be a useful book for diploma level students pursuing courses in electrical/electronics/instrumentation disciplines. A variety of worked-out examples and exercises serve to illustrate and test the understanding of the underlying concepts and principles. ADDITIONAL FEATURES • Provides the essential background knowledge concerning the principles of analogue and digital electronics • Conventional techniques of measurement of electrical quantities are also presented • Shielding, grounding and EMI aspects of instrumentation are highlighted • Units, dimensions, standards, measurement errors and error analysis are dealt with in the appendices • Techniques of automated test and measurement systems are briefly discussed in an appendix
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Principles of Electronic Instrumentation

Author: A. James Diefenderfer,Brian E. Holton

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780030989735

Category: Electronic instruments

Page: 640

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Principles of Electronic Instrumentation

Author: A. De Sa

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: N.A

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 270

View: 9017

Modern semiconductor devices. Microelectrical device technlology. Linear circuit design and building blocks of analogue circuiting. Logic design and building blocks of digital circuiting. Principles of digital-to-analogue and analogue-to-digital conversion. Feedback theory and its applications. Transducers. Frequency analysis. Noise. Principles of signal recovery.
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Principles of electronic instrumentation

Author: William Aloysius Lynch,John G. Truxal

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 828

View: 3240

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Principles of Electrical Engineering

Electric Circuits, Electronics, Instrumentation, Energy Conversion, Control Systems, Computers

Author: John J. D'Azzo,Constantine H. Houpis

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Electrical engineering

Page: 642

View: 5324

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PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRONICS

Author: GANGULY, PARTHA KUMAR

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 812035124X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 608

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This book is intended for the undergraduate students of electrical and electronics engineering, electronics and communication engineering, and electronics and instrumentation engineering of various universities and state boards of technical education. In the entire book the approach in explaining a concept has been to take the reader from known to unknown and from simple to complex. Care has been taken to make the presentation student-friendly by showing step-by-step procedures wherever necessary to hold the reader’s attention throughout the book. The book has been developed on the basis of author’s long experience of teaching technical students as well as training technical professionals. Both the students, and the teachers will find this book useful and interesting to read. Key features • Exclusive coverage of the syllabus prescribed for the undergraduate students of engineering. • In-depth presentation of all key topics. • Sufficient worked-out examples to support and reinforce concepts. • Pedagogical features such as chapter wise key points to recall concepts and exercises as well as numerical problems with answers for practice.
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ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION, 3E

Author: KALSI

Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill Education

ISBN: 1259084027

Category: Electronic instruments

Page: 829

View: 5701

Overview: This revised and up-to-date edition provides essential understanding on the working principles, operation and limitations of the electronic instruments. A lucid explanation of the concepts supported by a plethora of solved examples makes this an indispensable text on this subject. Step-by-step problem solving methodology has been introduced in the new edition. Features:  Inclusion of new topics such as Telemetry, Electric and Voltage Standards and Rotational Variable Differential Transducers (RVDT).  Expanded coverage of Bridges which now includes Maxwell Wien Bridge, Anderson Bridge, Carey Foster Bridge, De- Sauty Bridge and Owen Bridge  Separate chapters on Digital Filters and Digital Instruments for up to date coverage
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Principles of Engineering Instrumentation

Author: D. C. Ramsay

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: N.A

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 216

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Throughout their studies, and beyond, all engineers and scientists utilise a wide range of mechanical and electronic instruments to measure, convert and monitor performance. This text aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to the necessary equipment as well as providing an insight into how they will be used in practice.
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Digital Measurement Techniques

Author: T. S. Rathore

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780849317095

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 309

View: 6320

Suitable for an introductory course or a second course in Instrumentation, this book includes: software-controlled measurements; time interval measurement when the two events occur arbitrarily, and to indicate the order of occurrence, and a practical set up for the time interval measurement; multi-phase sequence indicator; decibel meter; and more.
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ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION TECHNOLOGY

Author: M. M. S. ANAND

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 8120324544

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 744

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The standard laboratory tools in the modern scientific world include a wide variety of electronic instruments used in measurement and control systems. This book provides a firm foundation in principles, operation, design, and applications of electronic instruments. Commencing with electromechanical instruments, the specialized instruments such as signal analyzers, counters, signal generators, and digital storage oscilloscope are treated in detail. Good design practices such as grounding and shielding are emphasized. The standards in quality management, basics of testing, compatibility, calibration, traceability, metrology and various ISO 9000 quality assurance guidelines are explained as well. The evolution of communication technology in instrumentation is an important subject. A single chapter is devoted to the study of communication methods used in instrumentation technology. There are some areas where instrumentation needs special type of specifications-one such area is hazardous area. The technology and standards used in hazardous areas are also discussed. An instrumentation engineer is expected to draw and understand the instrumentation drawings. An Appendix explains the symbols and standards used in P&I diagrams with several examples. Besides worked-out examples included throughout, end-of-chapter questions and multiple choice questions are also given to judge the student's understanding of the subject. Practical and state-of-the-art in approach, this textbook will be useful for students of electrical, electronics, and instrumentation engineering.
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Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement

Author: Richard Aston

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: N.A

Category: Medical

Page: 558

View: 7492

A contemporary new text for preparing students to work with the complex patient-care equipment found in today's modern hospitals and clinics. It begins by presenting fundamental prerequisite concepts of electronic circuit theory, medical equipment history and physiological transducers, as well as a systematic approach to troubleshooting. The text then goes on to offer individual chapters on common and speciality medical equipment, both diagnostic and therapeutic. Self-contained, these chapters can be used in any order, to fit the instructor's class goals and syllabus.
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Principles of Space Instrument Design

Author: A. M. Cruise,J. A. Bowles,T. J. Patrick,C. V. Goodall

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521025942

Category: Science

Page: 396

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Designing an experiment to be performed in space involves highly complex techniques. There are considerable constraints, such as finding materials that are 'spaceworthy', limits on power, cost and manpower. This book provides a clear and comprehensive account of the techniques involved. Beginning with a chapter introducing the basic principles of designing for the space environment, following chapters discuss core elements of des ign including the problems that are frequently encountered in the testing and verification of spacecraft subsystems. Important topics are described including stress analysis, mechanisms and project management. A final chapter looks towards future developments of space instrument design. Worked examples are found throughout the text.
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SENSORS AND TRANDUCERS

Author: D. PATRANABI

Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.

ISBN: 9788120321984

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 344

View: 2120

This text is a lucid presentation of the principles of working of all types of sensors and transducers which form the prime components of the instrumentation systems. The characteristics of the sensors and transducers and the operating principles of transducer technologies have been discussed in considerable detail. Besides covering conventional sensors such as electromechanical, thermal, magnetic, radiation, and electroanalytical, the recent advances in sensor technologies including smart and intelligent sensors used in automated systems are also comprehensively described. The application aspects of sensors used in several fields such as automobiles, manufacturing, medical, and environment are fully illustrated. With a straightforward approach the text is aimed at building a sound understanding of the fundamentals, and inculcating analytical skills needed for design and operation. Numerous schematic representations, examples, and review questions help transcend underlying basics to automation and instrumentation. The book with incisive explanations and all the pedagogic attributes is designed to serve the needs of the engineering students of instrumentation, chemical, mechanical, and electrical disciplines. It will also be a useful text for the students of applied sciences.
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