STE6256 Instrumentation & Measuring Systems - 5 stp
Description of Measurement and Instrumentation tasks in Electrical Power Conversion systems.
Mathematical modelling of static and dynamic operation of electronic measurement system elements.
Static and dynamic errors and accuracy in measurement systems.
Evaluation of measurement uncertainty.
Signal processing and condition circuits.
Design with operation amplifiers. Analog filters.
Analog to digital and digital to analog conversion.
Sensors and transducer for voltage, current, temperature, force, speed and position measurements.
After finishing the course, the candidate has built knowledge on:
-Fundamental principles of electronic measurement and signal condition in Electric Energy Conversion systems
-Physical principles and characteristics of sensing elements
-Signal and Noise in Measurement systems
-Error calculations and uncertainty specifications in measurements
After having followed the course, the candidate shall be able to:
-Build Mathematical Models describing the behavior of instrumentation systems and their sub system components.
-Specify, select components and design signal processing elements for electronic measurement in Electric Energy Conversion systems.
-Perform error calculation and uncertainty analysis of measurement
-Develop ability to apply current techniques and tools, for model-based design of signal condition circuits for Monitoring and Control of Electric Energy Conversion systems.
Date for examinationInstrumentation &
amp, measuring systems 07.06.2019
The date for the exam can be changed. The final date will be announced in the StudentWeb early in May and early in November.