Sensors for Non-Electrical Engineers
After participating in this course of this course, you will be able to understand:
- The basics of electric circuit analysis
- The overall instrumentation system from the sensor to the data acquisition
- Sources of measurement error
- The operation and design of different sensors
- The requirement of conditioning circuit
- The selection of proper data acquisition cards and systems
Monitoring the health condition of different structures, the moisture content of the soil, the temperature of a reactor, the water level in a container are just few examples where sensors are of extreme importance to different engineers.
This course introduces the basic knowledge of sensors and instrumentation systems for non-electrical engineers. Different sensors like strain gauges, thermocouples, proximity sensors and load cells will be discussed. Also, the design of different conditioning circuits and data acquisition (DAQ) system will be reviewed. The course will include practical demonstration of different measurement systems.
- Introduction to Circuit Analysis
- Conditioning Circuit
- Data acquisition system
- Practical demonstration of complete measurement systems
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for non-electrical engineers who will use sensors and measurement systems for different engineering applications.
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