Measurement and instrumentation principles
Measurement of temperature - probes, sensors and transmitters
Flow metering principles - Orifice, Venturi, Flow Nozzles, Pitot Tubes, Target, Variable Area, Positive Displacement, Turbine, Vortex, Electromagnetic, Ultrasonic Doppler, Ultrasonic Time-of-travel, Mass Coriolis, Mass Thermal, Weir V-notch, Flume Parshall and Sluice Gate flow meters and more
The logarithmic decibel scale is convenient calculating sound power levels for two or more sound sources
Devices communicating physical properties to observers
ISA process instrumentation codes - and combinations
Measurements are required to monitor, analyze and control processes
P&ID is a schematic illustration of a functional relationship between piping, instrumentation and system components
Draw P&ID diagrams online in the browser with Google Docs
American National Standards Institutes schedule for safety colors marking physical hazards
Characteristics that change very slowly with time
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