Lab Report Complete.docx

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DISEDIAKAN UNTUK: EN. KHAIRUL AMRI BIN TOFROWAIH UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MELAKA FTKMP LAB REPORT BMMP 2503 – MEASUREMENT & INSTRUMENTATION SEMESTER 2, SESSION 2018/2019 CALIBRATION COURSE : 1 BMMA NAME STUDENT ID SECTIO N AHMAD SYAKIR HAKIMI BIN BASRI B091810438 S1/1 MUHAMMAD HILMI BIN ZAINUDIN B091810265 S1/1 MUHAMMAD KHAIRULNAIM BIN PAUZI B091810013 S1/1 ROOHAKIMI BIN ROOSDI B091810396 S1/1 THARANEETHARAN A/L THAMBIRAJAH B091810476 S1/1

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ABSTRACT This experiment was held in Metrology Lab. Its cover the Introduction to dimensional metrology topic. The main objective is to do calibrations on equipment like Vernier caliper, height gauge, micrometer (0-25mm), optical comparator and bevel protector. The purpose is to understand concepts of selecting testing instruments by considering factor such as accuracy of instruments, knowing the performances of the measuring equipment and preparation on data recording format. At the end of experiment, student would have trained to record the absolute error and relative error and determine the value of relative accuracy and percentage of accuracy

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1.0 INTRODUCTION Calibration is the set calibration which established under specific conditions, the relationship between values indicated by a measuring instruments or system, and the corresponding standard or known values derived from the standard. The outcome of the comparison can result in no significant error being noted on the device under test, a significant error being noted but no adjustment made, or an adjustment made to correct the error to an acceptable level. Strictly speaking, the term calibration means just the act of comparison, and does not include any subsequent adjustment. 2.0 OBJECTIVE 1. To do calibration for Vernier caliper, height gage, micrometer (0-25 mm), optical comparator and Bevel protactor. 2. To analyze the collection data in justifying the calibration result. 3. To verify accuracy of Vernier caliper, height gage, micrometer (0-25 mm), optical comparator and Bevel protactor. 3.0 SCOPE In this experiment, we are using standard Vernier caliper, height gage, micrometer (0-25mm), optical comparator and Bevel protactor. The specimen is block gage and angle block.
4.0 EQUIPMENT & APPARATUS i) Vernier caliper ii) Height gage iii) Micrometer (0-25 mm)

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iv) Optical comparator v) Bevel protector
5.0 PROCEDURE 1. Planning for Data Collections - The equipment to calibrate were prepared by referring to the provided calibration forms. - Gauge or angle block needed was prepared as calibration standard. - The calibration process of the equipment will be decided by each members in the group. A different person for each instrument was assigned. - The form to record the data was prepared 2. Calibration process - The instrument serial number was identified whenever a group member use the instrument to make a calibration.

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• Spring '18
• vernier caliper, Metalworking measuring instruments

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