Complete free handbook of Electrical Measurement with diagrams and graphs. App covers notes on Electrical Measurement. The best app in Engineering education also brings the blog where you can contribute your work and get the research, industry, university News on the subject.
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It provides quick revision and reference to the topics like a detailed flash card. Each topic is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations for easy understanding.
It covers over 120 topics of Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments. The topics are divided in 5 units.
Some of topics Covered in this application are:
1. Introduction to measuring instruments and Classification of Measuring Instruments.
2. Deflecting System.
3. Controlling System.
4. Spring Control.
5. Comparison of Controlling Systems.
6. Damping System.
7. Air Friction Damping.
8. Fluid Friction Damping.
9. D'Arsonval Galvanometer.
10. Torque Equation.
11. Intrinsic Constants of Galvanometer.
12. Dynamic Behaviour of Galvanometer.
13. Underdamped Motion.
14. Undamped Motion.
15. Critically Damped Motion.
16. Overdamped Motion.
17. logarithmic Decrement.
18. Settling Time.
19. Effect of External Resistance on Damping.
20. Sensitivity of Galvanometer.
21. Permanent Magnet Moving Coil Instruments (PMMC).
22. Taut Band instrument.
23. Moving Iron Instruments.
24. Errors in Moving Iron Instruments.
25. Basic D.C. Ammeter.
26. Multirange Ammeters.
27. The Aryton Shunt or Universal Shunt.
28. Basic D.C. Voltmeter.
29. Multirange Voltmeters.
30. Sensitivity of Voltmeters.
31. Loading Effect, Precautions to be taken while using a Voltmeter, Requirements of a Multiplier and Ammeter and Voltmeter.
32. Electrostatic Instruments.
33. Types of Electrostatic Voltmeters.
34. Idiostatic Connection.
35. Kelvin Multicellular Voltmeter.
36. Attracted Disc Electrostatic Voltmeter.
37. Extension of Range of Electrostatic Instruments.
38. Instrument Transformers.
39. Current Transformers (C.T.).
40. Construction of Current Transformers.
41. Potential Transformers (P.T.).
42. Ratios of Instrument Transformers.