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Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by u-a-l, Jul 23, 2010.

  1. u-a-l

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    hi every one i need links to useful and free books in measurement (history-types in measuring -classification - advantage and disadvantage between many type and so on)
     
  2. tom66

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    What type of measurement? Voltage, current, distance, light, sound...?

    Is this homework/coursework...?
     
  3. u-a-l

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    it's project speek about electrical measurement (volt, current &.........)
     
  4. tom66

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    Voltage is measured using a volt meter.

    Current is measured using a ammeter or a galvanometer.

    Looking up those subjects will help.
     
  5. u-a-l

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    sorry u do not understand me i need to write research about digital multi meter using pic so the first chapter speak about measurement (history-types in measuring -classification - advantage and disadvantage between many type and so on)
    i have some idea about headline 4 example what we mean by measurement and the general purpose of measuring and the basic method of measuring (voltage , current , resistance , harmonic , power , powerfacter and so on ) after that i want to speak about comparatione between old & modern methods of that's counitity
     
  6. tom66

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    So... what do you want to know?

    History of measurement?

    How to measure?

    What to measure?

    You need to be specific.

    We (forum members) cannot, and will not write your coursework for you... you will need to do your research (which we can help with) and write it up.
     
  7. JoeJester

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    d'arsonal meter movements
    galvanometers
    analog voltmeter sensitivity
    shunts
    meter loading the circuit


    all are topics to review for your report
     
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