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Ae/APh 104a Experimental Methods 2010-2011 There is plenty of literature available on the topics to be covered in this class. The main references given here cover key elements of the course and more specific texts are suggested for additional reading. A copy of books marked with an asterisk have been placed on hold in the Sherman Fairchild library for Ae104 use. Main references *Experimental methods for engineers, by J. P. Holman *Random data: analysis and measurement procedures, by J.S. Bendat & A.G. Piersol Handbook of modern sensors, by J. Fraden Dynamics of physical systems, by R. H. Cannon Introduction to experimental investigations The science of measurement: a historical survey by H. A. Klein The art of scientific investigation, by W. I. B. Beveridge Building scientific apparatus: a practical guide, by J. H. Moore, Review of circuits and linear systems
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Unformatted text preview: The art of electronics, by P. Horowitz Introduction to electric circuits, by R.C. Dorf & J.A. Svodoba Analysis of linear systems, by D. K. Cheng Modern control systems, by R.C. Dorf & R.H. Bishop Transducers Experimental stress analysis, by J. W. Dally Instrument transducers, by H. K. P. Neubert Random variable and statistics Statistical treatment of experimental data, by H. D. Young Signals and information, by C. C. Goodyear Probability, random variables, and stochastic processes, by A. Papoulis Fourier series and transforms The fast Fourier transform, by E. O. Brigham Filtering in the time and frequency domains, by H. J. Blinchikoff The Fourier integral and its applications, by A. Papoulis Digital signal processing Digital signal processing, by A. V. Oppenheim A user's handbook of D/A and A/D converters, by E. R. Hnatek...
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