Measurement & Instrumentation Principles

Author(s) Alan S. Morris
Publisher Butterworth-Heinemann
Date 2012
Pages 512
Format pdf
Size 3 Mb







This publication is the very latest edition of one of the most successful books for engineers. It goes without saying that proper understanding of the instrumentation and measurement principles is essential for the engineer working in any area including mechanical and marine engineering. No engineering activity would be possible without correct measurements. The readers will be introduced to the basic principles of instrumentation and wide range of various instruments and sensors commonly used when measuring different variables.

This edition features completely revised material covering all latest technological advances in the field of instrumentation and measurement, such as the smart sensors and electronic displays, associated software and others. The text is supplemented with numerous worked examples for better understanding of the topics and many exercises for the self-assessment.

There is one new chapter fully devoted to the safety issues where the authors focused on the relevant regulatory framework, and among the topics covered within this new topic are the electrical safety and different failsafe design proven effective. The book will be good for both students of engineering and practicing engineers.

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