Measurement and Instrumentation Systems

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Newnes, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 412 pages
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This book provides a coherent and integrated approach to measurement and instrumentation designed for students following HND, HNC, BEng and BSc courses in mechanical engineering, electrical/electronic engineering, chemical engineering, instrumentation and control, and applied physics. As well as being an accessible introduction to this important and wide-ranging subject, Bolton's book also provides a comprehensive coverage which will be of use for reference and revision, and plenty of problems at the end of each chapter.

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Measurement errors 2 1 Why estimate errors?
Modelling 3 1 Zero order elements
Reliability 4 1 Definitions

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About the author (1996)

Bill Bolton was formerly Consultant to the Further Education Unit and Head of Research and Development and Monitoring at BTEC. He has also been a UNESCO consultant and is the author of many successful engineering textbooks.

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