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Electrical Measurements: Fundamentals, Concepts, Applications

Martin U. Reissland (Author)

The book was organized in the presented way to avoid unnecessary repetitions and particularly not to be in need of citing facts of chapters ahead. This approach proved to be applicable from the didactic standpoint and it allows a high density of information without sacrificing the easy access to it. This way the level of presentation gets gradually more and more demanding finally satisfying the needs of B.Sc. students to make them fit for measurements.

Problems derived from practice are integrated parts within the sequence ofpresentation. This approach is of engineering nature rather than to present separate tutorials.

According to the state of the art analog and digital instruments are equally important. Quite often they are combined in measurement apparatus. So they should have equal weights. The practical background which is carefully underlaid throughout is paid credit to by combining both techniques.

Even sophisticated equipment may be made up including sensors for non-electrical quantities. Their output voltages or currents may be transformed, transferred, or otherwise be subjected to certain operations. This means at the same time to design or to select special transducers or to place them properly into a measurement system. To meet the challenge which derives from practice is a major goal for the elaborated methodology of the book which also tries to satisfy common academic needs of other fields within the scope of technical sciences.

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About the author

Martin U. Reissland

Martin U. Reissland received M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering in 1967 from Technical University of Berlin, Germany. He started professional work as an engineer in telecommunications. In 1968, he returned to Berlin University to conduct elaborate research on measurement problems for automotive vehicles and received Ph.D. in 1973. As a lecturer he conducted advanced tutorials and experimental training courses in Precision Engineering and Electronics, based on his experience as an industrial consultant. From 1973 to 1981 he served as Associate Professor at the University of Siegen and delivered lectures in Measurements and Control Systems. In 1981, he accepted the vocation as Full Professor of the University of Dar es Salam, Tanzania, where he worked as Head of Section on Measurements, Electronic Instrumentations and Controls. Besides undergraduate courses his academic duties comprised master courses and the supervision of a Ph.D. students. He returned to West Germany in 1985 where he currently serves as Professor at the Technical College of Cologne. His teaching and research interests are in the area of Measurement and Control Systems along with Instrumentation Engineering. He holds more than 40 internationally registered patents and published about 20 other papers.

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Bibliographic information

Title Electrical Measurements: Fundamentals, Concepts, Applications
Format Softcover
Date published: 26.12.2012
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788122400724
length 356p.,