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By H. Rosemary Taylor (auth.)

ISBN-10: 1441947299

ISBN-13: 9781441947291

ISBN-10: 1475749058

ISBN-13: 9781475749052

'Data acquisition' is worried with taking a number of analogue indications and changing them to electronic shape with adequate accu­ racy and pace to be prepared for processing by means of a working laptop or computer. The expanding use of pcs makes this an increasing box, and it's important that the conversion procedure is finished thoroughly simply because details misplaced at this degree can by no means be regained, irrespective of how solid the computation. The previous announcing - rubbish in, rubbish out - is especially appropriate to facts acquisition, and so every little thing of the ebook incorporates a dialogue of error: the place do they arrive from, how huge are they, and what could be performed to minimize them? The e-book goals to regard the knowledge acquisition strategy intensive with much less designated chapters at the primary ideas of degree­ ment, sensors and sign conditioning. there's additionally a bankruptcy on software program programs, that are changing into more and more well known. this can be the sort of quickly altering subject that any evaluation of accessible seasoned­ grams is certain to be outdated prior to the publication reaches the learn­ ers. accordingly, i've got defined the information dealing with that's on hand in numerous kinds of application and left it to the reader to choose from no matter what is offered on the time.

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1988), Hartland (1988), Thompson (1968) and Cutkosky (1974). After the new methods had been in use for a few years, it was found necessary to make slight changes to the values. The NPL leaflet Changes in the values of the UK reference standards of electromotive force and resistance (RG. c. Jones, 1989) give details. The new values were implemented on 1 January 1990. 3) The constant volume gas thermometer provides a nearly perfect scale, but is a very difficult instrument to use and is quite unsuited to practical applications.

4 Example of second-order sensors: spring-mass systems Mechanical and acoustic sensors all have some elements with mass, some with elasticity and some with damping, and the combination of these three determines the transient response and the frequency response of the sensor. The electrical analogy in this case includes inductance L, as well as capacitance C and resistance R. The measurand is a force or a pressure, but it is DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE OF SENSORS 29 converted first to a displacement by the spring and second to an electrical parameter.

In (d) the output is compared with the best straight line through all the calibration points. The best straight line can be found by a least-squares fit computation. This gives the independent linearity error. This definition is often used for sensors and gives an error approximately onethird of the terminal linearity error for the same curve. When reading a linearity specification, check which method has been used. As in the example in (d), the best straight line may not pass through zero, even though there is really no offset.

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