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He was actively involved in the teaching and research in the areas of Vibrations, Engineering Instrumentation, Automatic Controls, Mechatronics and Engineering Design.
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Instrumentation, Measurement And Analysis
He was actively involved in the teaching and research in the areas of Vibrations, Engineering Instrumentation, Automatic Controls, Mechatronics and Engineering Design. K K Chaudhry has been Professor in the Department of Applied Mechanics at the Indian Institute of Technology IIT , Delhi and has been associated with teaching, research, design, development and industrial consultancy assignments, for more than four decades. He has been actively. Instrumentation, Measurement and Analysis Fourth Edition.
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This work is published with the understanding that McGraw Hill Education India and its authors are supplying information but are not attempting to render engineering or other professional services. If such services are required, the assistance of an appropriate professional should be sought. Visit us at: www. Introduction 1. Introduction 2. Introduction 3. Introduction 4. Introduction 5. Introduction 6. Introduction 7. Introduction 8.
Introduction 9. Introduction Computer-Aided Measurements Based Data Acquisition System Mechatronics and Applications Electrical Measurements Basic Statistical Concepts Bibliography B. With the latest advances in the areas of instrumentation and control, together with the advances in computation and information processing, a new era of industrial automation has emerged.
Such products have a large number of applications in diverse areas namely, domestic home appliances, defense equipments, automobile, aviation and space systems, process industries and manufacturing systems, health services and host of other applications.
As a consequence of this, there is a strong demand of trained professionals in this area and the present textbook would be found to be very useful for the budding professionals in this area. This fourth edition of the textbook is based on our wide and long-standing experience of teaching and. These sections have been presented in the form which is lucid and easily comprehensible to the students. Instrumentation, Measurement and Analysis was published in and the second and third editions were introduced in and respectively.
Subsequently, there have been several reprints each year, of all the editions of this textbook. In view of the truly interdisciplinary nature and several developments taking place in this area, a need for revision of the book was felt. These were carefully looked into by us and this edition has been revised by weeding out the old concepts and incorporating new useful information. The fourth current edition includes the following new features: Addition of a new chapter namely, Mechatronics and Applications.
Listing of Learning Objectives LOs at the begining of each chapter followed by their comprehensive coverage. Begining each chapter with an introductory paragraph highlighting the importance of topics described in the chapter. Includes, not only extensive description of the traditional measurement techniques but also covers specialized revised topics like: Signal and System Analysis, Condition Monitoring and Signature Analysis and Applications, Recent Developments in Instrumentation and Measurements, Control Engineering Applications, Electrical Measurements and Computer Aided Measurements.
Addition of a number of problems in various chapters in this revised edition. The textbook has been divided into three parts. Part 1, containing Chapters 1 to 6, deals with the general treatment of the instruments and their characteristics without referring to a particular measurement situation.
Chapter 1 gives the introduction to instruments and their representation. Chapters 2 and 3 discuss the static and dynamic characteristics of the instruments respectively. Chapters 4 and 5 discuss the transducer elements and intermediate signal conditioning elements. The last chapter of Part 1, Chapter 6 describes the various indicating, recording and display elements. Part 2 gives the details of the measurements of the actual physical variable, while referring to Part 1, wherever necessary.
Chapter 7 describes the motion and vibration measurements, while Chapter 8 deals with dimensional metrology. Chapters 9 and 10 have been devoted to description of different types of force as well as torque and power measuring devices respectively.
Measurements of moderate, high and vacuum pressures have been dealt with in Chapter 11; while, Chapter 12, which is on temperature measurements explains the different types of temperature scales, electrical, non-electrical and radiation methods of temperature measurements. Chapter Wire and Laser Doppler Anemometers have also been discussed.
Chapters 15 to 22 are devoted to the advanced instrumentation techniques including micro sensors, computer based instrumentation, mechatronics etc. Chapter 15 on Signal and System Analysis deals with Chapter 16 presents the condition monitoring and signature analysis techniques for fault diagnosis. Miscellaneous types of instruments have been discussed in Chapter 17, which are commonly used in industrial, bio-medical.
A closely related instrumentation area of control engineering and its applications has been discussed in Chapter Further, application oriented area namely computer aided measurements has been described in Chapter A new chapter 21, industrial products, processes, and machines are generally mechatronic type systems. Chapter 22 on Electrical Measurements, explains different types of instruments for the measurements of resistance, capacitance, inductance, voltage, current, electrical power, frequency and phase difference of signals, as.
Chapter 23, on Basic Statistical Concepts describes the types of measured quantities, central tendencies of data, measures of deviations, mean and standard deviation of mean. Chapter 24 of the book is on Normal Distribution in which central limit theorem, important tests like. Besides 24 chapters, the book also has three appendices. Appendix A-1 is on fundamental and derived quantities in the International System of Units.
Appendix A-2 deals with the derivation of solution of the step response of a second order system. Appendix A-3 describes the principal strain and stress rela- tions of the strain rosettes. A bibliography has also been provided at the end of the book, which has the reference material for further study.
An attempt to include the following useful and notable features in the textbook has been made: Interdisciplinary treatment in selecting the content of the book by incorporating the applications from various engineering and applied science disciplines.
Discussion on the measurement principles, constructional features, advantages, limitations etc. Clear and lucid explanation of concept of a system, process or situation in each section and sub- section in the textbook, which in most cases is followed by a well labeled schematic diagram for providing better understanding of the subject matter. Emphasis on the measurement standards and calibration methods which are essential features of any measurement program.
Inclusion of special chapters on current applications in the area of condition monitoring and signature analysis in machines, in process measurements, biomedical and environmental air pollution measurements along with control engineering and digital computer and mechatronics. Simple and lucid treatment of statistical treatment of data. Introduction of various systems of units in use. Inclusion of relevant data and tables wherever necessary. Lastly, suitability for professional engineers in industry, as the textbook not only emphasizes the fundamental concepts but also gives practical details on the various aspects of instrumentation including the latest advances in the area.
During the course of preparation of this book, we have had useful discussions and interactions with academicians from different universities. Their cooperation is highly acknowledged. We would like to thank the following reviewers for sparing their valuable time to review the book. McGraw Hill Education India invites suggestions and comments from you, all of which can be sent to info. Piracy-related issues may also be reported. Introduction to Instruments and Their Representation 2.
Static Performance Characteristics of Instruments 3. Dynamic Characteristics of Instruments 4. Transducer Elements 5. Intermediate Elements 6. Presently, it encompasses the areas of detection, acquisition, control Instrumentation is very vital to modern industries and analysis of data in almost all areas of science and too.
Figure 1. Even in our day-to-day life, instrumentation of instrumentation systems and has been discussed in is indispensable. For example, an ordinary watch—an detail in the following section. In fact, the use of instru- instrument for measuring time—is used by everybody. Consequently, they have with a variety of sensors and indicators. The common brought about tremendous savings in time and labour automobile sensors are for knock detection, manifold involved.
Additionally, instrumentation systems act as pressure, coolant level and temperature, oil level and extensions of human senses and quite often facilitate the retrieval of information from complex situations.
In addition, discipline. Control of a certain process or operation. Control Measurement elements system Comparator or error detector. Reference value of controlled variable r. The very concept of any control in a system requires the measured discrepancy between the actual and the desired performance. It may be noted that for an accurate control of any physical variable in a process or an operation, it is important to have an accurate measurement system.
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