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SUKKUR INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

SUKKUR

Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering

ESE-221 Instrumentation & Measurement

Programs & Class: BE-IV Semester: Fall 2013

Credit Hours: 4(3+1) Instructor: Saeed Ahmed Khan

Pre-requisite Courses: NO Post-requisite Courses: NO


Co-requisite Courses: None e-mail: saeed.abro@iba-suk.edu.pk
Consulting Hours: Monday(10:00am to 01:00pm),
Office Hours: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Wednesday (10:00am to 01:00pm)
Office Location: Academic Block 1, Room#16

EVALUATION
1. Project 5%
2. Assignments 5%
3. Quizzes 10%
4. First Term 20%
5. Second Term 20%
6. Final Examination 40%

RECOMMENDED BOOKS:

Publisher Name & Edition


S.No Book Name Author/s Name

Elements of Electronic
1. Instrumentation and Joseph J. Carr Prentice Hall , Latest Ed.
Measurement

REFERENCE BOOKS:

Measurement and
1. Alan S. Morris Prentice Hall, Latest Ed.
Instrumentation Principles
“Electronic Instrumentation
2. Cooper, W.D Prentice Hall, Latest Ed.
and Measurement Techniques

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“Instruments and
3. Herrick Prentice Hall, Latest Ed.
Measurements for Electronics
“An Introduction to
Electrical
4. Gregory, B.A Prentice Hall, Latest Ed.
Instrumentation”.

DIGITAL & WEB RESOURCES:


Shall be communicated to students if the need arises.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Control and damping. Moving coil, moving iron, thermocouple, electrodynamics and rectifier ammeters and
voltmeters. Induction instruments. Watt meters and energy meters. Multimeters. Indicating and recording instruments.
Shunts and multipliers. Extension of instrument range calibration.

Frequency and power factor meters. Maximum demand indicator. DC voltmeters, AC voltmeters (average, peak and
rms), cathode ray oscilloscope, general purpose, dual trace, storage.

Principles of general measurement system. Passive transducers: capacitive, inductive and resistive.
Non-electrical sources: Acceleration, high density, displacement, rate of flow, force, optic, pressure, speed, temperature
etc., their basic detectors such as diaphragm, turbine, float, bilayer metal etc.

Active transducers: Electromagnetic, photo voltaic, Piezo-electric. Digital transducers: Event counter, coding etc.
Devices and performance, uncertainty analysis.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

1. The student shall understand measurement system and its applications.

2. The student shall understand instrument types and performance characteristics.

3. The student shall understand Electrical & Electronics indicating and test instruments.

4. The student shall understand Sensor technologies, variable measurement and conversion elements.

5. The student shall understand the basic factors involve in measurement & designing of Electronics & Electrical
Systems.

6. The student shall understand the basic functions & the applications of transducer, actuators & sensors.

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7. The student shall understand and apply relevant physical, electrical and electronic circuit concepts used in
instrumentation and measurement.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

1. Student should know about measurement system and its applications.

2. Student should know about instrument types and performance characteristics.

3. Student should know about Electrical & Electronics indicating and test instruments.

4. Student should know about Sensor technologies, variable measurement and conversion elements.

5. Student should understand the basic principles of measurement.

6. Student should understand the principles of basic component and instruments used in electronics & electrical.

7. To produce Instrumentation engineers who can readily be absorbed in job market.

PROJECTS & ASSIGNMENTS DETAILS ALONGWITH PREDEFINED ASSESSMENT CRITERIA


 Project on designing of measurement system for data acquisition of electrical and electronic systems.
 Project of designing any sensor system for producing green energy
 Designing measurement and instrumentation system for biomedical applications.

IMPORTANT POLICIES (subject to the course instructor)


 Expectations. I expect a class atmosphere of respect for your fellow human beings as we travel this road
together. I also expect a class atmosphere of critical thought and your best efforts. Please come prepared to
participate.
 Readings: You are expected to read the assigned materials before the class/period. This helps you grasp the
material more fully and creates a better classroom environment.
 Attendance: Your attendance in class is critical to fulfillment of course objectives. You will not be eligible to
appear in the exam if you cross six absences. Late coming, even for two minutes, would strictly be marked as
absent.
 Due dates: No late work will be accepted. Assignments are due at the start of class. Presentations cannot be
made up. This is the real world. When speakers accept speaking assignments, they are obligated to be ready to
speak on that date at that time. If you are not prepared to speak, you receive a zero on that presentation. Talk to
me in advance if there are problems.
 Discussion: Since, discussion is vital to the learning process and I want to hear your input in class. Therefore,
interactive sessions would be used rather than talking from one end and listening at the other.

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Lecture Plan
SESSION / WEEK WISE DETAILS:

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Assignments/
Session Suggested
Week Topics Quizzes / Digital
No. Readings
Library work
Introduction to the Subject
Introduction of the subject, Averages, Decibels, Text Book/
01-03 01 Assignment
The Basic of Measurement, Example and Reference Book
Exercise, measurement uncertainty.
Basic Measurement Theory
Introduction, Measurement Categories, Factors Text Book/
01-06 02&03 1st Quiz
in making Measurements, Error Categories, Reference Book
Dealing with Errors, Examples and Exercise
Bridges Circuits
Introduction, DC Wheatstone, Applications,
Text Book/
01-06 04&05 AC Bridges, Types of ac bridges (The Maxwell Assignment
Reference Book
Bridge, The Hay Bridge, and The Schering
Bridge), Examples and Exercise
AC & DC Deflection Meter Movements
Introduction, Torques, The D' Arsonval Meter,
The Taut Band Meter, The 2nd Quiz Text Book/
01-08 06&07
Electrodynamometer, Iron Vane Meter, Types Reference Book
of analog meters, Analog AVO meter, Rectifier
Circuits for AC meters, Examples & Exercise
08 1st Midterm -- --
Digital Electronic Instruments

Multimeter, Applications of Multimeters,


Sensitivity of Multimeters, Merits and De- Text Book/
01-06 09&10 Assignment
merits of Multimeters, Cathode ray Reference Book
oscilloscope, Application of CRO, Cathode ray
tube…

Electrical Instruments
Frequency and power factor meters, Maximum
01-06 11
demand indicator, Energy meters, Electrical
instruments
Operational Amplifiers

Introduction, Features & Pin configuration, 3rd Quiz Text Book/


01-12 12&13
Terminologies, Abstract model of Op-amp, Reference Book
Analysis, Non-Inverting amplifier, Inverting
Amplifier, Practical Circuits
14 2nd Midterm -- --
Sensors & Transducers
15 & 4th Quiz Text Book/
01-07 Introduction, Temperature, Pressure, Position-
16 Reference Book
Displacement, piezoelectric sensor, strain
gauge Optical Other Related Topics
17 Lab Exams -- --

08 Final Exams -- --

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