EETE2320 - Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques
EEPW2320 Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites EETE2102, EEPW2150
Goal To provide the working principles and applications of different types of measuring instruments and transducers along with their applications.
ObjectivesOutcomes
This course should enable the student to:

  1. Understand the operation, principles and characteristics of functional elements in engineering Advanced measurement Techniques.
  2. Perceive the principle of operation of Instrumentation systems.
  3. Grasp the techniques of electrical measurements and know the range and limitations of measuring instruments.
  4. Know the principle of operation of various types of electrical transducers.
  5. Understand the operation of Data Acquisition System and Data Conversion.
  6. Know how to maintain and test engineering measurement systems.
The students should be able to:

  1. Define the functional elements of a typical measurement system and evaluation of its performance.
  2. Be acquainted with the principle of operation and construction of Analog indicating instruments. Its calibration.
  3. Deal with the principle of operation and construction of Wattmeter and Energy meter. Working of Insulation Megger
  4. Get acquainted with the principle of operation and construction of Digital instruments.
  5. Get acquainted with the principle of operation and construction of cathode ray oscilloscope. Be familiar with the principle of operation and construction of Instrument Transformers.
  6. Get acquainted with the principle of operation of Potentiometers. A.C. D.C. Bridges, Maxwell and Andersons bridges.
  7. Identify various types of sensors and transducers
  8. Deal with all types of signal processing and conditioning.
  9. Be acquainted with all common analogue and digital devices for data presentation.