The Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors: Handbook

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John G. Webster
Springer Science & Business Media, 1999 - 2506 lappuses
The Measurement Instrumentation and Sensors Handbook describes the use of instruments and techniques for practical measurements required in engineering, physics, chemistry, and the life sciences. The book examines: Sensors, Hardware, Software, Techniques, Information processing systems, Automatic data acquisition. Reduction and analysis as well as their incorporation for control purposes. Organized according to the measurement problem, each section addresses the different ways of making a measurement for a given variable. Chapters present three levels: Basic information without equations and a description of the subject that can be understood by the newcomer. Detailed text and mathematical treatment essential for discovering applications and solving problems outside ones field of specialty Advanced applications of the subject, evaluative opinions, and areas for future study.

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Static and Dynamic Characteristics of Instrumentation
3-3
Spatial Variables Measurement
5-13
Displacement Measurement Linear and Angular Keith Antonelli James
6-6
Sensors Integrated Circuit Smart Capacitive Position
6-40
Energy Measurement Arnaldo Brandolini and Alessandro Gandelli 421
6-42
Magnetic Field Measurement Steven A Macintyre 481
6-48
Applied Intelligence Processing
6-84
Specification GAGE R AND R Standards
6-85
8
32-111
Thermal Conductivity Measurement
33-11
Proximity Sensing for Robotics R E Saad A Bonen K C Smith B Benhabib
35-8
Inductance Measurement Michał Szyper 501
36-18
Position Location Altitude Measurement Dimitris E Manolakis Seiji Nishifuji Shogo
37-10
Surface Tension Measurement David B Thiessen Kin F Man 311
37-31
William A Wakeham and Marc J Assael 331
37-33
Level Measurement Detlef Brumbi 111
39-11

ofFlight Systems
6-96
Thickness Measurement John C Brasunas G Mark Cushman and Brook
12-7
Level Measurement Detlef Brumbi 111
23-11
Area Measurement Charles B Coulbourn and Wolfgang P Buerner 121
25-12
Strain Measurement Christopher S Lynch 221
26-22
Volume Measurement René G Aarnink and Hessel Wijkstra 131
27-13
Frequency Measurement Michael A Lombardi 191
27-19
Flow Measurement
28-2
Permeability and Hysteresis Measurement
28-49
Measurement
28-58
James
29-18
Point Velocity Measurement
29-29
Mechanical Variables Measurement Thermal
31-15
7
32-29
Viscosity Measurement G E Leblanc R A Secco M Kostic 301
32-30
Spectrum Analysis and Correlation
32-83
Optical Variables Measurement
55-25
Current Measurement Douglas P McNutt 381
56-38
Area Measurement Charles B Coulbourn Wolfgang P Buerner 121
57-12
Radiation Measurement
64-21
Radioactivity Measurement Larry A Franks Ralph B James
66-1
Dosimetry Measurement Brian L Justus Mark A Miller
69-1
Volume Measurement René G Aarnink Hessel Wijkstra 131
69-13
Chemical Variables Measurement
69-17
Densitometry Measurement Joseph H Altman 571
70-57
Wei Ling Kong
71-13
pH Measurement
71-16
Signal Processing
73-1
791
73-65
Density measurement Halit Eren 211
89-21
Power Measurement Pasquale Arpaia Francesco Avallone Aldo Baccigalupi
96-39
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