This handbook comprehensively covers metrology principles and modern inspection methods in all their forms, and offers practical guidance on the choice of options available for carrying out specific inspection tasks. A wide range of industrial applications is covered in depth, including the use of electronic and computer-aided measurement techniques. Significant emphasis is placed on assisting the practitioner to assess the cost-benefit implications when selecting the most efficient and economic method of measurement.
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PHILOSOPHY OF MEASUREMENT
SPECIFYING THE REQUIREMENT
BASIC MECHANICAL MEASURING
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