Mikrometer adalah alat ukur yang dapat melihat dan mengukur benda dengan satuan ukur yang memiliki

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Satu mikrometer adalah secara luas digunakan alat di dalam teknik mesin electro untuk mengukur ketebalan secara tepat dari blok-blok, luar dan garis tengah dari kerendahan dan batang-batang slot. Mikrometer ini banyak dipakai dalam metrology, studi dari pengukuran, Pada bab ini akan membahas tentang : 1 Jenis 2 Membaca satu mikrometer sistem inci 3 Membaca satu mikrometer metrik 4 Membaca satu mikrometer vernier 5. Acuan Mikrometer memiliki 3 jenis umum pengelompokan yang didasarkan pada aplikasi berikut : Mikrometer Luar Mikrometer luar digunakan untuk ukuran memasang kawat, lapisanlapisan, blok-blok dan batang-batang. Mikrometer dalam Mikrometer dalam digunakan untuk menguukur garis tengah dari lubang suatu benda Mikrometer kedalaman Mikrometer kedalaman digunakan untuk mengukur kerendahan dari langkah-langkah dan slot-slot. Satu mikrometer ditetapkan dengan menggunakan satu mekanisme sekrup titik nada. Satu fitur yang menarik tambahan dari mikrometer-mikrometer adalah pemasukan satu tangkai menjadi bengkok yang terisi. Secara normal, orang bisa menggunakan keuntungan mekanis sekrup untuk menekan material, memberi satu pengukuran yang tidak akurat. Dengan cara memasang satu tangkai yang roda bergigi searah keinginan pada satu tenaga putaran tertentu. Artikel bertopik teknologi ini adalah sebuah rintisan. Anda dapat membantu Wikipedia dengan mengembangkanny

Barometer adalah alat yang digunakan untuk mengukur tekanan udara. Barometer umum digunakan dalam peramalan cuaca, dimana tekanan udara yang tinggi menandakan cuaca yang "bersahabat", sedangkan tekanan udara rendah menandakan kemungkinan badai.

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Istilah 'barometer' diperkenalkan pada 1665-1666 oleh seorang ilmuwan alam dari Irlandia bernama Robert Boyle. Kata tersebut diturunkan dari istilah Yunani báros yang berarti 'berat, bobot' dan métron yang berarti 'ukuran', yang berarti ukuran berat udara. Artikel bertopik teknologi ini adalah sebuah rintisan. Anda dapat membantu Wikipedia dengan mengembangkannya.

Dynamometer
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Jump to: navigation, search Not to be confused with dynameter. For the dynamometer used in railroading, see dynamometer car.

Early hydraulic dynamometer, with dead-weight torque measurement.

A dynamometer or "dyno" for short, is a device for measuring force, moment of force (torque), or power. For example, the power produced by an engine, motor or other rotating prime mover can be calculated by simultaneously measuring torque and rotational speed (rpm). A dynamometer can also be used to determine the torque and power required to operate a driven machine such as a pump. In that case, a motoring or driving dynamometer is used. A dynamometer that is designed to be driven is called an absorption or passive dynamometer. A dynamometer that can either drive or absorb is called a universal or active dynamometer. In addition to being used to determine the torque or power characteristics of a machine under test (MUT), dynamometers are employed in a number of other roles. In standard emissions testing cycles such as those defined by the US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), dynamometers are used to provide simulated road loading of either the engine (using an engine dynamometer) or full powertrain (using a chassis dynamometer). In fact, beyond

simple power and torque measurements, dynamometers can be used as part of a testbed for a variety of engine development activities such as the calibration of engine management controllers, detailed investigations into combustion behavior and tribology. In the medical realm, hand dynamometers are used for routine screening of grip strength and initial and ongoing evaluation of patients with hand trauma and dysfunction. They are also used to measure grip strength in patients where compromise of the cervical nerve roots or peripheral nerves is suspected. In the rehabilitation, kinesiology, and ergonomics realms, force dynamometers are used for measuring the back, grip, arm, and/or leg strength of athletes, patients, and workers to evaluate physical status, performance, and task demands. Typically the force applied to a lever or through a cable are measured and then converted to a moment of force by multiplying by the perpendicular distance from the force to the axis of the level.[1]

Thermometer
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A clinical mercury thermometer

A thermometer (from the Greek θερμός (thermo) meaning "warm" and meter, "to measure") is a device that measures temperature or temperature gradient using a variety of different principles. A thermometer has two important elements: the temperature sensor (e.g. the bulb on a mercury thermometer in which some physical change occurs with temperature, plus some means of converting this physical change into a value (e.g. the scale on a mercury thermometer). Thermometers increasingly use electronic means to provide a digital display or input to a computer. Thermometers can be divided into two separate groups according to the level of knowledge about the physical basis of the underlying thermodynamic laws and quantities. For primary thermometers the measured property of matter is known so well that temperature can be calculated without any unknown quantities. Examples of these are thermometers based on the equation of state of a gas, on the velocity of sound in a gas, on the thermal noise (see Johnson–Nyquist noise) voltage or current of an electrical resistor, and on the angular anisotropy of gamma ray emission of certain radioactive nuclei in a magnetic field. Primary thermometers are relatively complex.

Secondary thermometers are most widely used because of their convenience. Also, they are often much more sensitive than primary ones. For secondary thermometers knowledge of the measured property is not sufficient to allow direct calculation of temperature. They have to be calibrated against a primary thermometer at least at one temperature or at a number of fixed temperatures. Such fixed points, for example, triple points and superconducting transitions, occur reproducibly at the same temperature. There is an absolute thermodynamic temperature scale. Internationally agreed temperature scales are designed to approximate this closely, based on fixed points and interpolating thermometers. The most recent official temperature scale is the International Temperature Scale of 1990. It extends from 0.65 K (−272.5 °C; −458.5 °F) to approximately 1,358 K (1,085 °C; 1,985 °F).

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