This second volume in a series on the science and technology of measuring instruments is concerned with instrument technology, comprising 13 articles originally published in Journal of Physics E: Scientific Instruments during 1981-2. All are written by experts in the field of measurement and instrumentation and provide an accurate reflection of international thinking and an authoritative guide and reference work on important aspects of the subject.
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Table of ContentsUnits and standards of measurement A E Bailey. The avoidance of electrical interference in instruments L Weichert. Some aspects of transducer immittance measurement J C S Richards. Sensors for mechanical properties R S Medlock. Survey of displacement transducers below 50 mm J D Garratt. Force and weight measurement U Erdem. Survey of pipeline flowmeters T J S Brain and R W W Scott. Temperature sensor characteristics and measurement system design J P Bentley. Techniques for measuring the partial pressures of gases in the blood - in vitro and in vivo measurements C E W Hahn. Ultrasonic instrumentation: principles, methods and applications D I Crecraft. Ultrasonic sensors in the chemical and process industries R C Asher. Non-destructive testing using electromagnetic instrumentation J Blitz. Non-invasive measurements J E Roughton. Some instrumental techniques for hostile environments E Duncombe.