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This well-received and widely adopted text, now in its Second Edition, continues to provide an in-depth analysis of the fundamental principles of Transducers and Instrumentation in a highly accessible style. Professor D.V.S. Murty, who has pioneered the cause of development of Instrumen-tation Engineering in various engineering institutes and universities across the country, compresses his long and rich experience into this volume. He gives a masterly analysis of the principles and characteristics of transducers, common types of industrial sensors and transducers. Besides, he provides a detailed discussion on such topics as signal processing, data display, transmission and telemetry systems, all the while focusing on the latest developments. The text is profusely illustrated with examples and clear-cut diagrams that enhance its value. NEW TO THIS EDITION : To meet the latest syllabi requirements of various universities, three new chapters have been added: CHAPTER 12: Developments in Sensor Technology CHAPTER 13: Sophistication in Instrumentation CHAPTER 14: Process Control Instrumentation Primarily intended as a text for the students pursuing Instrumentation and Control Engineering, this book would also be extremely useful to professional engineers and those working in RaD organisations.SUGGESTED FURTHER READING Boros, A., Electrical Measurements in Engineering, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1985. Cannon, Robert, H., Jr., ... Gibson, John , E. and Tutuer, Frank, B., Control System Components, McGraw-Hill, Kogakusha, Tokyo, 1959. Harris, F.K., Electrical ... Nagrath, I.J. and Gopal. M., Control System anbsp;...

Author:D. V. S. MURTY
Publisher:PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. - 2010-04-01


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