## CHECK THESE SAMPLES OF Measurement and Instrumentation(Hall Effect)

...**Measurement** **Measurement** can be described as the act of assigning a particular range of numbers to an object or even an event in order to define certain aspects of the object/event (NIST). It is used to define certain natures of objects such as length, weight and volume and can deal with issues such as time when dealing with events as well. **Measurement** can be considered to be one of the world’s more practical discoveries and is present in almost everything that individuals involve themselves in (Emerson 46). It also plays a large role in various industries and is an essential part of the calculations that take place in their activities. Without the invention of figures and...

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...RUNNING HEAD: Drugs and Juvenile Recidivism The **Effects** of Mind Altering Drugs on Juvenile Recidivism A Concept Paper Karen Butler,M.D. Prof. McNellie
NCU
September 23,2008
Table of Contents
page
I. Background and Significance 2
II. Objectives
General Objectives 4
Specific Objectives 4
Research Hypotheses 5
Assumption 5
III. The Proposed Research Locale 6
IV. Review of Literature 7
Specialized Procedures used in Related Drug and Crime Studies 7
Variables Examined 9
Research **Instruments** in Drug... as...

10 Pages(2500 words)Essay

...between the greatest and least **measurable** values of the **instrument**.
Hysteresis: is a phenomenon which depicts different output **effects** when loading and unloading.
Works Cited
1. Kester, Walt. Practical Design Techniques for Sensor Signal Conditioning. USA: Prentice **Hall**, 1999.
2. Sawhney, A.K.. Electrical and Electronic **Measurements** and **Instrumentation**. New Delhi: Dhanpat Rai, 2006.
3. Dept. of Energy. Fundamentals Handbook **Instrumentation** and Control.
4. Kirianaki, Yurish, Deynega, and Nestor O. Shpak. Data Acquisition and Signal Processing for Smart Sensors. Sussex: John Wiley and Sons, 2001.
5. Current to Pressure...

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...set up in which a thin plate of conductive material [1] such as iron core or copper carries DC current. Two probes of a voltmeter can be connected to the plate in opposite directions to the other sides of the plates [1]. When there is no magnetic field perpendicular to the plate, as shown in situation (a) in
Figure 1, the voltage that will be **measure** in the voltmeter will be zero [1].
Figure 4 - The **Hall**-**effect** in a conductor
In case where there is a magnetic field present, the voltmeter will show a reading as shown in the (b) part of the diagram. This phenomenon is known as the **Hall**-**effect**. A **Hall** probe can be used to...

6 Pages(1500 words)Lab Report

...History of **Measurement** and **Measuring** Systems Introduction Units of **measurements** are among the oldest inventions by humans. The prehistoric societies inclusive of the primitive humans used different **measurements** for purposes such as construction of their dwellings to ensure that they were of apposite shape and size. With time, man has become more accurate in making **measurements** due to advancements in technologies. This paper focuses on use of **measurements** by humans. The paper will discuss history of **measuring** systems, who invented them, and their importance to engineering and construction. Additionally, how engineers observe **measurements**, why **measurements** are much needed in the world, the role of **measurements** in quality control... , and...

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...as it lacks transients.
A first order system can be described by the equation
Where u(t) is the input
y(t) is the output
τ is the time constant
The general equation for solving above ODE is given by
y(t) = yi +(yf - yi )(1-e- t/τ )
yf = 00C, yi = 200C, t = 3.5 seconds, τ=?
y(3.5) = 20 + (0 - 20)(1 - e-3.5/τ)
0.8075=(1-e-3.5/τ)
e-3.5/τ = 1-0.8075
-3.5/τ = In0.1925
τ = 2.124
(b) Answer
Second order responses have their output oscillating for some time before settling down to the true value leading to transients. In temperature **measurements**, such factors as sensor parameters do not affect the output but this only changes due to ambient temperature and therefore lacks transients as would be...

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...The Lab Report on **measurement** of strain against stress By Lecturer’s and This lab report brings out an overview of the experiment that was encompassed with strain gauge calibration using the bridge circuit and the bending beam. The entire experiment was concerned with the aspect of determining the level of strain in a cantilever beam. This was done by hanging varying quantities of weights at the end of the cantilever beam, while recording the resultant output voltage from the strain gauge meter or the bridge circuit. The flexure formula was then used to compute the gage’s stress level, while strain gage sensors were used for quantifying the strain. Plotting of strain and stress data and performance of a regression...

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...**INSTRUMENTATION** Affiliation **INSTRUMENTATION** **Instruments** are the devices that are used in the **measurement** under study. It provides for the data dispensation, testing and designing of the outcomes (Vogt, 2006). Hence, for our research we decided to use questionnaires that were presented to all the sales consultants selected and the managers. Since the sample size was relatively high, the criterion proved to be more appropriate both in cost and **effectiveness**. And to make our research more predictive, we had predictive devices that help us to find out other unrestricted responses that the participants were not willing to provide to us.
For purposes of...

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...ELX216: **Measurement** and **Instrumentation**: **Hall** **Effect** Lab Sheet ELX216: **Measurement** and **Instrumentation**: **Hall** **Effect** Lab Sheet
Introduction
**Hall** **Effect** sensor belongs to transducer family. It alters the output when a magnetic field disturbs it. **Hall** **Effect** sensors are used as proximity switches, position control and other analogous functions. In basic construction, **Hall** **Effect** Sensor is an analog transducer. It directly produces an output voltage with the respective distance of the magnetic field with the...

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...Linear Voltage Differential Transformer (LVDT) Introduction The linear variable differential transformer is one of the most widely used transducers for **measuring** linear displacement. It offers many advantages over potentio-metric linear transducers such as frictionless **measurement**, infinite mechanical life, excellent resolution and good repeatability (Herceg, 1972). Its main disadvantages are its dynamic response and the **effects** of the exciting frequency (Kim et al., 2010). General guidelines regarding the selection of an LVDT for a certain application can be found in (Herceg, 2006).
LVDT Construction
The basic construction of an LVDT is explained and shown in the figure below. The device consists of a primary winding (P) and two... between...

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