TFL04 Instrument Characteristics

TFL04 Instrument Characteristics - Instrumentation...

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1 Instrumentation Characteristics Instrumentation Characteristics 2 Unit Objectives Unit Objectives • Define terminology associated with the performance of typical instrumentation • Identify the salient factor that affect the selection of instrumentation • Describe the ancillary equipment associated with instrumentation • Present typical instrumentation specification information
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2 3 Instrumentation Uses Instrumentation Uses •T e s t s • Experiments • Control Equipment 4 Instrumentation Requirements Instrumentation Requirements
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3 5 Instrumentation Complexity Instrumentation Complexity • Analogue Instruments (Mechanical) • Analogue Instruments (Electrical) • Digital Instruments • Instruments plus Pre-Processors • Instruments plus Full Conditioning • Instruments, Conditioning, + Data Handling 6 Instrumentation Features Instrumentation Features Sensor Conditioner Output Device Measurand "Raw" Signal "Processed" Data Information
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4 7 Sensor Considerations Sensor Considerations • Property Being Measured – Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration, Force, Pressure, Power, Flow Rate, Temperature, etc. • Task Issues
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course MECH 438 taught by Professor Johnl during the Fall '10 term at Manhattan College.

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