3 edition of Newnes instrumentation and measurement pocket book found in the catalog.
Newnes instrumentation and measurement pocket book
|Other titles||Instrumentation and measurement pocket book., Newnes instrumentation & measurement pocket book.|
|LC Classifications||TA165 .B64 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||91175085|
Perhaps more so than in its predecessor, Newnes Electrical Pucker Book, an attempt is made to address fundamentals in this book, and the reader is encouraged to follow through any areas of interest using the references at the end of each chapter. Storage Batteries and Solar Modules. Another major electricity consumer is the range of technologies generally known as electroheat. Control Devices. The overall approach of this book makes it an ideal text for all introductory level undergraduate courses in control engineering and instrumentation. These can trigger the engineer's imagination for a variety of measurement schemes.
The opening chapter deals with fundamentals of electric and magnetic fields and circuits, with energy and power conversion principles. Coverage includes smart instrumentation, DAQ, crucial health and safety considerations, and practical issues such as noise reduction, maintenance and testing. Unfortunately, the subsection on frequency measurements and digital frequency counters would require significant expansion. The overall approach of this book makes it an ideal text for all introductory level undergraduate courses in control engineering and instrumentation. These are far more comprehensive and useful to engineers and practising technicians. Free Shipping No minimum order.
Sensors and Transducers by Usher and Keating. No prior plant experience with industrial process instrumentation is required. It provides materials personnel with concise, straightforward information for identifying and tracking the many types of control devices, fittings, valves, etc. More so now than ever before, the specification and performance of electrical equipment is governed by national and international standards. Perhaps more so than in its predecessor, Newnes Electrical Pucker Book, an attempt is made to address fundamentals in this book, and the reader is encouraged to follow through any areas of interest using the references at the end of each chapter.
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No prior plant experience with industrial process instrumentation is required.
The opening chapter deals with fundamentals of electric and magnetic fields and circuits, with energy and power conversion principles. In each of these Newnes instrumentation and measurement pocket book book technology is moving ahead rapidly.
There is a chapter on power systems which describes the way in which generators, switchgear, transformers, lines and cables are connected and controlled to transmit and distribute our electrical energy.
A new section in the wire and cables chapter addresses the growing technology of optical fibre cables; although the main use for this technology is in telecommunications, which is outside the scope of the book, a chapter on wires and cables would not be complete without it and optical fibres have a growing number of applications in electrical engineering.
Control Devices. This comprehensive resource aims to increase awareness of the opportunities afforded by modern measurement instruments and final elements, and to show how to get Newnes instrumentation and measurement pocket book book benefit from the revolution in smart technologies.
The final group of three chapters cover subjects that embrace a range of technologies and equipment. For example, a heterodyne interferometer is described whereas homodyne or superheterodyne systems are not mentioned at all.
Under the heading of conductors there are continuing advances in superconductors, which are now able to operate in liquid nitrogen, and of course semiconductor development has transformed the way in which equipment can be controlled and the processing power in computers.
The overall approach of this book makes it an ideal text for all introductory level undergraduate courses in control engineering and instrumentation. The range of batteries being developed and appearing in a variety of applications is now very large and this is the subject of a special chapter, which also covers the techniques of battery charging and the emerging Newnes instrumentation and measurement pocket book book technology of fuel cells.
Exciting developments in this area include the advances made in high voltage switchgear using SF6 as an insulating medium, the extension of polymer insulation into high voltage cables and the continuing compaction of miniature and moulded-case circuit breakers.
The terminology and ideas presented provide a firm foundation for subsequent chapters that focus on what is needed for lowest life-cycle cost and best automation system performance.
The structure of the book is based around three groups of chapters, which address: fundamentals and general material 0 the design and operation of the main classes of electrical equipment special technologies which apply to a range of equipment The first group comprises three chapters which set out fundamentals and principles running through all aspects of electrical technology.
The following four chapters describe different groups of equipment that use or srore electrical energy. While it would be inappropriate in a pocket book to cover standards in any detail, a summary of key standards is included for reference purposes at the end of each chapter.
It also includes data on cables, monitors, and batteries, and a chapter on how to use bar coding as a control procedure. A classical textbook on electrical measurement would in the past have included sections on moving iron and moving coil instruments, but these have been omitted here in favour of the oscilloscope and sensors which now dominate measurements in most areas.
Although many measurement techniques are based on the interaction of light with matter, electromagnetism and microwave techniques are not covered in this pocket book. The opening five chapters here cover generators, transformers, switchgear, fuses and wire and cables.
The second chapter in this group concerns electromagnetic compatibility emc ; with the growing amount of electronic and high-frequency equipment in use today it is imperative that precautions are taken to prevent interference and legislation has been introduced to enforce this prevention.
This covers a spectrum of technologies from arc furnaces through microwave heating to ultraviolet drying techniques which are described in a special chapter. Their general principle of operation should also have been included. The last chapter provides a comprehensive exploration of the technology that supports the rapidly expanding opportunities of WirelessHART instrumentation.
It builds an understanding of the fundamental aspects of measurements, measurement instruments, and final elements for applications in the process industry.Measurement and Instrumentation Principles.
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