## Principles of Measurement Systems |

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### Contents

Chapter one The general measurement system | 3 |

Chapter three The accuracy of measurement systems in | 33 |

Chapter four Dynamic characteristics of measurement systems | 49 |

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amplifier amplitude angular approximately bandwidth binary calculate calibration capacitance carrier cent Chapter characteristics coefficient coil column component constant converter corresponding crystal damping damping ratio deflection bridge depends detector diameter diaphragm differential pressure displacement sensor dynamic electrical electrode equation equivalent circuit error example Figure flow rate flowmeter flowrate fluid force given gives heat transfer ideal impedance input signal interference katharometer linear liquid load mass maximum measurement system meter modulation natural frequency noise non-linear operational amplifier optical fibre orifice plate oscillator output signal output voltage parallel piezoelectric pipe potentiometer power spectral density Prob probability density function pulse radiation random range ratio resistance sample Section sensing element shown in Fig shows sinusoidal standard deviation steady state sensitivity strain gauge Table thermal thermistor thermocouple thermowell torque transducer transfer function transmission medium transmitter typical ultrasonic variable velocity voltage vortex wave wavelength zero

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Robot Grippers Gareth J. Monkman,Stefan Hesse,Ralf Steinmann,Henrik Schunk No preview available - 2007 |