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Unformatted text preview: epartment of Mechanical Engineering, Winter 2005 University of Cincinnati University of Cincinnati Instructor: Mark J. Schulz, Mark.J.Schulz@uc.edu TAs: 1. Esra, roane@email.uc.edu 2. Gokhan Ozgen, ozgengo@email.uc.edu 3. Goutham Kirikera, kirikegr@email.uc.edu 4. Shashank Chauhan, chauhask@email.uc.edu Measurement and Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory Instrumentation Laboratory epartment of Mechanical Engineering, Winter 2005 Chapter 1. The Importance of Instrumentation .1 Introduction he objectives of learning measurement and instrumentation are:- To examine methods of measurement and to determine the validity of test data- To learn principles of modeling instrumentation- To obtain hands-on experience in instrumentation and to compare analysis and measurements- To learn to work in groups, write laboratory reports, and to gain confidence and have fun working with instrumentation- To provide the basic principles to understand electronic and smart systems being used everywhere in engineering epartment of Mechanical Engineering, Winter 2005...
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