Hanser Fachbuchverlag - Electrical Measurement Technology | Measurement of Electrical and Non-Electrical Quantities
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Hanser Fachbuchverlag - Electrical Measurement Technology | Measurement of Electrical and Non-Electrical Quantities

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Author: Schrüfer, Elmar

Brand: Hanser Fachbuchverlag

Edition: 12th, updated

Binding: Hardback edition

Number of pages: 447

Release date: 10-09-2018

Details:

  • Brief description - The classic on the basics of electrical measurement technology
  • This tried and tested textbook provides an introduction to electrical measurement technology.
  • It is structured according to electrical engineering aspects and conveys a broad and reliable basic knowledge of the subject. The physical, mathematical and technical basics of electrical measurement technology are presented in detail using carefully selected devices, circuits and processes.
  • Numerous drawings, diagrams and mathematical derivations accompany the text. This makes working through the material much easier and understanding is promoted to such an extent that what has been learned can be transferred to other metrological issues.
  • The textbook is aimed at students of measurement and electrical engineering, but also at engineers who want to familiarize themselves with the field of electrical measurement technology.
  • The 12th edition has been completely revised and updated.

From the content:

  • Current and voltage; voltage and current supplying transducers
  • Ohmic resistances; Resistance pickups
  • Reactive and apparent resistances; inductive and capacitive transducers
  • Digital basic circuits; Time and frequency measurement technology
  • Analog / digital converter for electrical and mechanical quantities
  • Vibration measurements
  • Spectral analysis
  • Computer-aided measuring systems Further information, exercises and solutions can be found on the website for the book at schruefer-messtechnik.de

 About the author and other contributors - Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Elmar Schrüfer held the chair for electrical measurement technology at the Technical University of Munich. -Prof. Dr. Leonhard Michael Reindl, Chair for Electrical Measurement and Testing Methods, University of Freiburg -Prof. Dr. Bernhard Zagar, Institute for Electrical Measurement Technology, Johannes Kepler University Linz

Package dimensions: 9.8 x 7.1 x 1.0 inches

Language: German

 

Author: Schrüfer, Elmar

Brand: Hanser Fachbuchverlag

Edition: 12th, updated

Binding: Hardback edition

Number of pages: 447

Release date: 10-09-2018

Details:

  • Brief description - The classic on the basics of electrical measurement technology
  • This tried and tested textbook provides an introduction to electrical measurement technology.
  • It is structured according to electrical engineering aspects and conveys a broad and reliable basic knowledge of the subject. The physical, mathematical and technical basics of electrical measurement technology are presented in detail using carefully selected devices, circuits and processes.
  • Numerous drawings, diagrams and mathematical derivations accompany the text. This makes working through the material much easier and understanding is promoted to such an extent that what has been learned can be transferred to other metrological issues.
  • The textbook is aimed at students of measurement and electrical engineering, but also at engineers who want to familiarize themselves with the field of electrical measurement technology.
  • The 12th edition has been completely revised and updated.

From the content:

  • Current and voltage; voltage and current supplying transducers
  • Ohmic resistances; Resistance pickups
  • Reactive and apparent resistances; inductive and capacitive transducers
  • Digital basic circuits; Time and frequency measurement technology
  • Analog / digital converter for electrical and mechanical quantities
  • Vibration measurements
  • Spectral analysis
  • Computer-aided measuring systems Further information, exercises and solutions can be found on the website for the book at schruefer-messtechnik.de

 About the author and other contributors - Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Elmar Schrüfer held the chair for electrical measurement technology at the Technical University of Munich. -Prof. Dr. Leonhard Michael Reindl, Chair for Electrical Measurement and Testing Methods, University of Freiburg -Prof. Dr. Bernhard Zagar, Institute for Electrical Measurement Technology, Johannes Kepler University Linz

Package dimensions: 9.8 x 7.1 x 1.0 inches

Language: German