Measurement of Physical Quantities
|Language of Instruction:||Czech|
|Guarantor:||Bejček Ludvík, doc. Ing., CSc., DAME|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication BUT|
|Department:||Department of Control and Instrumentation FEEC BUT|
| || ||The goal of the course is to introduce students to the basic modern solutions and methods of physical quantities measurements. These represent more than 95 % of all measured quantities in the laboratory and industrial areas. The course should also present sensor and physical quantities measurements importance in technical and non-technical fields, science and generally in information technologies.|
| || ||The course presents basic sensor principles, their parameters and construction. It deals with instrumentation, non-electrical quantities measurements concepts and procedures. It also presents the differences between conventional electrical measurements of the electrical quantities and non-electrical quantities on the real industry systems. Also the optical sensors, optical fibre sensors, data collecting and acquisition processes are presented.|
|Knowledge and skills required for the course:|
| || ||Fundamentals of physics, electrical and electronic engineering.|
|Learning outcomes and competences:|
| || ||Course graduate should get basic knowledge and facilities in sensor field and the most commonly measured non-electrical quantities, including measurement concept design and results process and evaluation.|
|Syllabus of lectures:|
- Introduction, basic terms, sensor and instrumentation concepts, sensor construction.
- Position and dimensions measurements.
- Velocity and acceleration measurements.
- Forces, pressures and weight measurements.
- Deformations and force moment measurements.
- Vibration measurements.
- Temperature, heat and thermal flow measurements.
- Flow measurements.
- Emission measurements (light, infrared, UV).
- Ionizating emission measurements.
- Material composition and humidity measurements.
- Protection technique measurements (monitoring).
- Measurement system for data collecting, acquisition and presentation, local networks.
|Syllabus of laboratory exercises:|
- Introduction (organisation, safety and next).
- Position and dimensions measurements (inductance, capacitance and photoelectric sensors, fibre glass and next).
- Velocity and acceleration measurements (linear and angle velocity, contact and non-contact methods, optical methods).
- Forces, pressure and weight measurements (metal and semiconductor strain gauges).
- Vibration measurements (piezoelectric sensors, multianalyzer PULSE).
- Contact temperature measurements (metal, semiconductor and intelligent sensors) and non-contact temperature measurements (radiation pyrometers).
- Flow measurements (special flow measurement laboratory).
- Emission measurements (UV, VIS, IR).
- Material composition measurements (CO2, pH measurements and next).
- Basic fibre glass sensors and their applications.
- Free theme.
- Class credit.
| || ||It is necessary to participate in all 10 laboratory practical lessons.|
| || ||Preparedness checking in practical lessons. Two term tests.|
| || ||It is necessary to participate in all 10 laboratory practical lessons and two tests. And to elaborate 3 complete protocols from selected laboratory themes.|