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Static & Dynamic Characteristics

Static & Dynamic Characteristics

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Published by: Akash Maheswari on Dec 18, 2011
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Static characteristics refer to the characteristicsof the system when the input is either heldconstant or varying very slowly.
The items that can be classified under theheading static characteristics are mainly:
Static Characteristics
 
the closeness of the measured value with theactual or true value
The maximum amount by which the resultdiffers from the true value.
expressed in the form of the
maximum error = measured value
 – 
true value,as a percentage of full scale reading.
Accuracy
 
 
Thus, if the accuracy of a temperature indicator,
with a full scale range of 0-500
o
C is specified as
±
0.5%, it indicates that the measured value will
always be within
±
2.5
o
C of the true value, if 
measured through a standard instrument during the
process of calibration. But if it indicates a reading
of 250
o
C, the error will also be
±
2.5
o
C, i.e.
±
1%
of the reading.

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