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Engineering Metrology &Instruments

Engineering Metrology &Instruments

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Engineering Metrologyand Instruments
“Content”
► Introduction.
 
- Important concepts.► Measuring Instruments.1)Length measuring Instruments.1.1)Rules and tapes.1.2)Vernier caliper.1.3)The Micrometer.1.4)Calipers.2)Angle measuring Instruments.3)Gages.
4)
Comparative length-measuring instruments.4.1)Dial indicator.► Table for various Measuring Tools.
Engineering metrology
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Introduction :
Engineering Metrology:
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Measurement of dimensions such as length, hickness, diameter,taper, angle, flatness, profile and others. 
Post-Process Inspection:
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Measurements taken after the part is produced
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 Term inspection – checking dimensions and determining whetherit complies with specifications. 
In-process, On-line or Real-Time Inspection:
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Checking part characteristics while part is being produced.
Important concepts:
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Range of measurement:
 The physical variables that are measured between twovalues.One is the higher calibration value H, and the other isLower value L, The difference between H, and L, is called range.
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Sensitivity:
Is the smallest difference in dimensions that the instrument candetect.
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 Accuracy:
 The ability of a measurement to match the actual value of thequantity being measured.
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Precision:
 The degree to which the instrument gives repeatedmeasurements of the same standard.
The difference between precision and accuracy can be shown by the spread of shooting of a tar-get (as shown in Diagram below).
Engineering metrology
 
 
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