Principles of Engineering Instrumentation
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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FORCE TORQUE AND PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS
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