Transducers in Mechanical and Electronic Design
This single-source reference provides vital information on the operation, features, circuits, and applications of various transducers, including those used in temperature, pressure, position, flow, vibration, shock, acceleration, conductivity, pH, and other measurements. Transducers in Mechanical and Electronic Design presents typical circuitry of potentiometers, sensors, semiconductors, and electrochemical devices ... shows how to select the right sensor and obtain the best possible performance ... summarizes specifications, applications, and comparisons in charts and tables for easy reference ... describes the transducers and techniques available for accurate measurements and easier, more precise readouts ... includes considerations for interfacing to computers ... provides necessary background theory and reviews the basics of measurement circuitry ... and contains numerous photographs, line drawings, and bibliographic citations to further research sources. Transducers in Mechanical and Electronic Design provides the one-stop source for mechanical, design, electrical, electronics, and control engineers; instrument and system designers; and technicians involved in selecting transducers as components in systems or instruments. Book jacket.
New York : Dekker, c1986
ix, 374 p. : ill. ; 23 cm