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Subject called instrumentation

you guys will know websites for these:
which teach flash, html, ajax, etc.
which teach basic electronics....
can you say any perfect site for instrumentation technology, control processing??
that is why i am tryin to make one.. i want feedback against this..
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chithrachennai
chithrachennai • Jun 18, 2012
there is a book called ALL ABOUT CIRCUITS you can download it from google very useful book hope you feel the same πŸ‘
hey thanks...
but i am also looking at various domains like power, manufacturing, automation,etc... so that it can be a one stop solution for instrumentation students who are thinking of more than 1 domain
chithrachennai
chithrachennai • Jun 25, 2012
i think you can get books by sawhney.a.k electrical instrumentation πŸ˜€
Jerrymoe
Jerrymoe • Aug 24, 2012
chithrachennai
i think you can get books by sawhney.a.k electrical instrumentation πŸ˜€
Could u please send me this book (electrical and electronic measurements and instrumentationβ€Ž A. K. Sawhney) to my email.
I can not buy in our country.
Thanks.
Jerrymoe (mr.moeak@gmail.com)
chithrachennai
chithrachennai • Aug 24, 2012
jerry i dont have a soft copy as its a very useful book i bought one and am having it πŸ˜€
https://www.automation.com/smc/plugin/search.php

provides a very good search facility for all companies small to medium to big... in the automation business
why is there very very less contribution in this area compared to other disciplines??
chithrachennai
chithrachennai • Apr 5, 2013
bob the problem is instrumentation is purely a field work(in the students view) so mostly thy don prefer this stream i guess
chithrachennai
bob the problem is instrumentation is purely a field work(in the students view) so mostly thy don prefer this stream i guess
Hmmm well ya... it is field work but also we have design work which is "in office work" but you cant understand the nuances of design without being there on field. Also all companies in Instrumentation field like Transmitters, DCS, monitoring systems, etc have designers and there are a lot of options for exploration and innovations.
Void Runner
Void Runner • Oct 6, 2014
Instrumentation is to engineering what applied physics is to science. It mostly involves field work but instrumentation design is one of the most involved, intricate and exciting things I have had the opportunity to observe and work on. Instrumentation is very multidisciplinary and calibration is especially important, especially in sensitive scenarios, which makes this actually an important field. πŸ˜€

Most of you guys are engineers, so you often see instrumentation in terms of electronic circuits and control systems/microprocessors. From a scientists' point of view instrumentation involves a good bit of physics and chemistry for all kinds of sensors, probes and detectors.

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