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Course Name
Turkish Measurement Techniques
English Measurement Techniques
Course Code
UZB 341E Credit Lecture
Semester 5
2 1 2 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Kemal Bülent Yüceil
Nuriye Leman Okşan Çetiner Yıldırım
Course Objectives 1) To teach basic concepts of experimental engineering and measurement techniques
2) To give an ability to perform laboratory work in different basic areas
Course Description Static and dynamic characteristics of transducers. Voltage, current and resistance measurement. Wheatstone bridge. Flow-rate, velocity, displacement, rotational speed, torque, acceleration, pressure, temperature, optic and ultrasonic measurement systems. Filtering the measured data. Fourier analysis. The use of analog and digital filters.
Course Outcomes 1) perform statistical analysis of experimental data
2) carry out graphical analysis of experimental data and properly present the results in graphical displays
3) select proper method of measurement and equipment (sensor/transducer) for different purpose measurement systems
4) decide on the proper number of sampled data and sampling frequency acquiring time dependent data
5) eliminate questionable data on a consistent basis using normal error distribution
6) do uncertainty analysis and use its results to improve the measurement system
7) state general working principles of major flow, velocity, pressure, temperature, displacement, acceleration, force, torque, strain, etc. measurement systems
8) give definition of some of the terminology used in experimental methods such as accuracy, precision, hysteresis, calibration etc.
9) perform team work, to discuss experimental results and write experimental report
10) identify components of a measurement system in the experiments performed in class
Required Facilities
Textbook Holman, J.P., Experimental Methods for Engineers, 8th ed. McGraw-Hill, 2012
Other References Goldstein, R.J., Fluid Mechanics Measurements, 2nd ed., Hemisphere, 1996.
Beckwith, T.E., Marangoni, R.D. and Lienhard, J.H., Mechanical Measurements, 6th ed., Prentice Hall, 2006.
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