Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation by Prithwiraj Purkait, Budhaditya Biswas and Santanu Chiranjib Koley Das pdf download.
Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation by Prithwiraj Purkait, Budhaditya Biswas and Santanu Chiranjib Koley Das free pdf download.
1. Concept of Measurement Systems
2. Analog Meters
3. Instrument Transformers
4. Measurement of Resistance
6. AC Bridges
7. Power Measurement
8. Measurement of Energy
9. Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
10. Electronic Instruments
11. Sensors and Transducers
12. Magnetic Measurements
13. Signal Generators and Analysers
14. Data Acquisition System
15. Recording, Storage and Display Devices
16. Programmable Logic Controllers
17. Microwave and RF Measurement
18. Fibre Optic Measurements
Appendix A Table of SI Units
Appendix B Number Systems
Appendix C Westen Frequency Meter
Solved Sample Question Papers
While conceptualising the text, the authors felt that the scope and method of treatment could, with advantage, be augmented to suit the requirements of various branches of engineering. Owing to the rapid advancements taking place in modern electrical and allied industries, and their interconnection with power systems, the subject of electrical and electronics measurements is gaining an ever-increasing importance.
This book can be used as a textbook for the course in electrical and electronics measurements and instrumentation. It presents a comprehensive treatment of the subject of electrical and electronics measurements and instrumentation as taught to the undergraduate students of B.Tech/BE in Electrical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering, and allied branches. The book thus aims at maintaining balance between these diverse fields of engineering disciplines by drawing examples from various applications. The prerequisite on the part of the reader is that he or she should have had introductory courses on linear algebra, basic calculus, vector/phasor analysis, transform theory, circuit analysis and elementary mechanics. For the students’ interest, appendices on number systems and unit conversions are added at the end.
About the Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation Book:
As a subject of study, electrical measurement is one of the more traditional fields of electrical and allied engineering disciplines. However, with progress in technology and manufacturing expertise, measurements of physical parameters have gained new heights in terms of state-of-the-art concepts and technologies. This book aims at bridging traditional concepts with modern technologies of electrical and electronics measurements and instrumentation.
The text is designed for an undergraduate course in electrical and electronics measurements. Since the basic concepts cut across disciplines—such as electrical, mechanical, electronics, instrumentation and control engineering—this book presents a proper balance between theoretical and analytical approach, as well as practical illustrations along with computational approach for solving various kinds of numerical problems. Some of the subjects dealt with are essentially mathematical in nature, and cannot be treated otherwise, but the mathematics throughout the book has been kept as simple as possible so that it is followed easily by most readers. The theory of most of the measurement techniques and measuring instruments has been dealt with in sufficient detail, but in most cases concise forms have been used for such theoretical discussions, so that readers may skip them, if desired, and consider only the resulting expressions. Photographs of real systems have been used in places where schematic representation needed to be augmented.
The main theme of this book has been to cater to undergraduate students. All topics in different chapters have been developed with ample and adequate detail without subjecting students to unwanted complicacies. As a textbook, this contribution is expected to help
students not only in building up their knowledge of physical concepts of the systems described, but also as a ready and concise reference.
Features of Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation pdf:
Coverage bridges traditional concepts with modern technologies in the subject area Comprehensive discussions on electronic measurement systems and related components including analysers, data acquisition systems, etc.
Special-purpose measurements and applications such as magnetic measurements and fibre optic measurements covered Dedicated chapter on Sensors and Transducers Inclusion of real-life photographs to augment schematic diagrams wherever necessary
Solved question papers from 9 universities Rich pedagogy
• Illustrations: 400
• Solved Examples: 100
• Objective-type Questions: 236
• Short-Answer-Type Questions: 164
• Long-Answer-Type Questions: 119
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