Laboratory instruments: their design and application
The accuracy attainable in machining operations; Properties of materials used for general construction of instruments; Casting and jointing of metals; Preparation of drawings; Constrained motion and constraints; The magnification of small displacements; Sensitivity and errors of instruments; Isolation of apparatus from disturbing influences; Damping; Testes for straightness, flatness and squareness.
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Properties of materials used for general
Casting and jointing of metals
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