ME120_01_Validity_of_Measurement

ME120_01_Validity_of_Measurement - ME 120 Experimental...

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San José State University | A. Mysore | Spring 2009 ME 120 Experimental Methods Ananda Mysore [email protected] (408) 306-4537
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San José State University | A. Mysore | Spring 2009 Experimentation and Validity of Measurement
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San José State University | A. Mysore | Spring 2009 Why Measure? b Research Investigation b Product (or process) Development b Performance Testing b Operational Monitoring b System Control 3
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San José State University | A. Mysore | Spring 2009 Measurand and Measurement System Output b All measurement systems have a measurand and an output. b In small groups, make a block diagram of a generalized measurement system that shows what lies between the measurand and output. b Alternatively, start with a few specific measurement systems, and then generalize. 4 Measurand Output ?
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San José State University | A. Mysore | Spring 2009 Error and Uncertainty b Error is the difference between the measured value and the true value.
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