Engineering Metrology and Measurements

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9780198085492

Publication date:

15/10/2013

Paperback

540 pages

243.0x186.0mm

Price: 760.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198085492

Publication date:

15/10/2013

Paperback

540 pages

243.0x186.0mm

First Edition

N.V. Raghavendra & L. Krishnamurthy

Engineering Metrology and Measurements is a textbook designed for students of mechanical engineering and allied disciplines to help them understand the various shop floor measurement techniques and the basics of mechanical measurements.

Suitable for: A textbook designed for students of mechanical engineering.

Rights:  World Rights

First Edition

N.V. Raghavendra & L. Krishnamurthy

Description

Engineering Metrology and Measurements is a textbook designed for students of mechanical engineering and allied disciplines to help them understand the various shop floor measurement techniques and the basics of mechanical measurements. Beginning with a conventional introduction to the principles and standards of measurement, the book takes the reader through important topics of metrology such as limits, fits and tolerances, linear measurements, angular measurements, comparators, optical measurements, inspection, and quality control. The last few chapters discuss the measurement concepts of simple physical parameters, such as force, torque, strain, temperature, and pressure, before introducing the contemporary topic of nanometrology in the last chapter. Adopting an illustrative approach to explain the concepts, the book presents solved numerical problems, practice problems, review questions, and multiple choice questions.

First Edition

N.V. Raghavendra & L. Krishnamurthy

Table of contents

PART I: ENGINEERING METROLOGY
Chapter 1. Basic Principles of Engineering Metrology
Chapter 2. Standards of Measurement
Chapter 3. Limits, Fits, and Tolerances
Chapter 4. Linear Measurement
Chapter 5. Angular Measurement
Chapter 6. Comparators
Chapter 7. Optical Measurement and Interferometry
Chapter 8. Metrology of Gears and Screw Threads
Chapter 9. Metrology of Surface Finish
Chapter 10. Miscellaneous Metrology
Chapter 11. Inspection and Quality Control
PART II: MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS
Chapter 12. Measurement Systems
Chapter 13. Transducers
Chapter 14. Measurement of Force, Torque, and Strain
Chapter 15. Measurement of Temperature
Chapter 16. Pressure Measurements
PART III: NANO IMPACT ON METROLOGY
Chapter 17. Nanometrology

First Edition

N.V. Raghavendra & L. Krishnamurthy

Features

  • Provides coverage of both metrology and mechanical measurements in one volume to suit the needs of different syllabi
  • Offers guidelines for the proper use and maintenance of important instruments such as vernier calliper, autocollimator, slip gauge, and pyrometer
  • Provides numerous solved examples, review questions, and multiple choice questions with answers in every chapter, and numerical exercises in all relevant chapters
  • Discusses the principles of nanometrology as an exclusive chapter
  • Includes a detailed laboratory manual containing 20 experiments with photographs of related equipment, wherever relevant, and comprehensive procedures, observation templates, and model characteristics
  • ONLINE RESOURCES
  • The following resources are available to help the faculty and students using this text:
  • For Faculty
  • PowerPoint Lecture Slides
  • Solutions Manual
  • For Students
  • Two sets of model question papers

First Edition

N.V. Raghavendra & L. Krishnamurthy

First Edition

N.V. Raghavendra & L. Krishnamurthy

Description

Engineering Metrology and Measurements is a textbook designed for students of mechanical engineering and allied disciplines to help them understand the various shop floor measurement techniques and the basics of mechanical measurements. Beginning with a conventional introduction to the principles and standards of measurement, the book takes the reader through important topics of metrology such as limits, fits and tolerances, linear measurements, angular measurements, comparators, optical measurements, inspection, and quality control. The last few chapters discuss the measurement concepts of simple physical parameters, such as force, torque, strain, temperature, and pressure, before introducing the contemporary topic of nanometrology in the last chapter. Adopting an illustrative approach to explain the concepts, the book presents solved numerical problems, practice problems, review questions, and multiple choice questions.

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Table of contents

PART I: ENGINEERING METROLOGY
Chapter 1. Basic Principles of Engineering Metrology
Chapter 2. Standards of Measurement
Chapter 3. Limits, Fits, and Tolerances
Chapter 4. Linear Measurement
Chapter 5. Angular Measurement
Chapter 6. Comparators
Chapter 7. Optical Measurement and Interferometry
Chapter 8. Metrology of Gears and Screw Threads
Chapter 9. Metrology of Surface Finish
Chapter 10. Miscellaneous Metrology
Chapter 11. Inspection and Quality Control
PART II: MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS
Chapter 12. Measurement Systems
Chapter 13. Transducers
Chapter 14. Measurement of Force, Torque, and Strain
Chapter 15. Measurement of Temperature
Chapter 16. Pressure Measurements
PART III: NANO IMPACT ON METROLOGY
Chapter 17. Nanometrology

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