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|A Guide to Field Instrumentation in Geotechnics: Principles, Installation and Reading, 1st Ed.|
|Spon Press - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 0415675375|
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|SPRINGER VERLAG||H||ISBN-10: 1563961908|
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|SPRINGER VERLAG||H||ISBN-10: 0883186459|
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|Advanced Instrumentation and Computer I/O Design: Defined Accuracy Decision, Control, and Process Applications, 2nd Edition|
Written by an expert in the field of instrumentation and measurement device design, this book employs comprehensive electronic device and circuit specifications to design custom defined-accuracy instrumentation and computer interfacing systems with definitive accountability to assist critical applications.
Advanced Instrumentation and Computer I/O Design, Second Edition begins by developing an understanding of sensor-amplifier-filter signal conditioning design methods, enabled by device and system mathematical models, to achieve conditioned signal accuracies of interest and follow-on computer data conversion and reconstruction functions. Providing complete automated system design analyses that employ the Analysis Suite computer-assisted engineering spreadsheet, the book then expands these performance accountability methodscoordinated with versatile and evolving hierarchical subprocesses and control architecturesto overcome difficult contemporary process automation challenges combining both quantitative and qualitative methods. It then concludes with a taxonomy of computer interfaces and standards including telemetry, virtual, and analytical instrumentation.
Advanced Instrumentation and Computer I/O Design, Second Edition offers: *Updated chapters incorporating the latest electronic devices and system applications *Improved accuracy of the design models between their theoretical derivations and actual measured results *End-of-chapter problems based on actual industry, laboratory, and aerospace system designs *Multiple real-world case studies performed for technology enterprises *Instrumentation Analysis Suite for computer I/O system design *A separate solutions manual
Written for international engineering practitioners who design and implement industrial process control systems, laboratory instrumentation, medical electronics, telecommunications, and embedded computer systems, this book will also prove useful for upper-undergraduate and graduate-level electrical engineering students.
CONTENTS: @pPreface@p1 Thermal, Mechanical, Quantum, and Analytical Sensors 1@p1-0 Introduction 1@p1-1 Instrumentation Error Interpretation 1@p1-2 Temperature Sensors 4@p1-3 Mechanical Sensors 7@p1-4 Quantum Sensors 13@p1-5 Analytical Sensors 18@pProblems 25@pBibli
|Wiley-IEEE Press||S||ISBN-10: 1118317084|
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|Advanced Instrumentation and Computer I/O Design: Real-Time Computer Interactive Engineering - POD|
|This advanced text addresses system error analysis and performance accountability in a comprehensive and up-to-date manner. Covering a wide range of topics from instrumentation, sensors, and signal conditioning through digital conversion and signal reconstruction, the author employs model-based methods for characterizing the design and analysis of real-time computer I/O systems. |
Advanced Instrumentation and Computer I/O Design provides an improved understanding of computer interfacing and includes these key features: * Accurate data from the analog input circuits through the data conversion devices and output reconstruction components * Descriptions of component errors including average filter errors, signal quality errors and the intersample error representation and improvement of sampled-data signals * The extension to advanced interfacing and distributed I/O systems such as imaging and digital control This book will be of particular interest to engineers, technologists, and scientists involved in the design, selection, or application of real-time computer I/O and its associated instrumentation for the broad tasks of measurement and control.
CONTENTS: Preface.@p@pSensors, Excitation, and Linearization.@p@pOperational and Instrumentation Amplifiers.@p@pFilters for Measurement Signals.@p@pAnalog Signal Acquisition, Conditioning, and Processing.@p@pDevices for Data Conversion.@p@pSampled Data, Intersample Error, and Interpolation.@p@pConversion System Design with Computer-Assisted Analysis.@p@pAdvanced Interfacing Systems for Imaging, Digital Control, and Adaptive Performance.@p@pDigital Processor Interfacing, Intelligent I/O, and Programming.@p@pDistributed Interfacing Systems.@p@pIndex.
|Wiley-IEEE Press||S||ISBN-10: 0780360133|
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|Advances in LC-MS Instrumentation|
|The different LC-MS techniques available today were developed to suit specific analytical needs and the application range covered by each one is wide, but still limited. GC amenable compounds can be all analyzed with a single GC-MS system whereas HPLC applications call for specific LC-MS instrumental arrangements. ESI, APCI, APPI, and EI are ionization techniques that can be combined with different analyzers, in single or tandem configuration, to create the ultimate system for a certain application. Once approaching LC-MS for a specific need, the fast technical evolution and the variegated commercial offer can induce confusion in the potential user.|
The role of this book is to enlighten the state-of-the-art of LC-MS evolution through a series of contributions written by the people that brought major, recent innovations in the field. Each chapter will take into consideration the novelties, the advantages and the possible applications covered by a particular technical solution. The book will also include new analytical methods that can provide benefits using the most recent innovations in LC-MS plus a certain number of key applications.
CONTENTS: 1. Basic aspects of electrospray ionization (L. Molin, P. Traldi)
|Elsevier Science||ISBN-10: 0444527737|
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|Aerosol Sampling: Science, Standards, Instrumentation and Applications - POD|
|This book provides a comprehensive account of the important field of aerosol sampling as it is applied to the measurement of aerosols that are ubiquitous in occupational and living environments, both indoor and outdoor. It is written in four parts: |
Part A contains 9 chapters that describe the current knowledge of the physical science that underpins the process of aerosol sampling.
Part B contains 4 chapters, which present the basis of standards for aerosols, including the link with human exposure by inhalation.
Part C contains 7 chapters that cover the development of practical aerosol sampling instrumentation, and how technical designs and methods have evolved over the years in order that aerosol sampling may be carried out in a manner matching the health-related and other criteria that have been proposed as parts of standards.
Finally Part D contains 6 chapters that describe how a wide range of aerosol sampling instruments have performed when they have been applied in the field in both occupational and ambient atmospheric environments, including how different instruments, nominally intended to measure the same aerosol fraction, compare when used side-by-side in the real world.
The book draws together all that is known about aerosol sampling, for the benefit of researchers and practitioners in occupational and environmental health and all other fields of science and engineering where aerosols are of interest.
CONTENTS: Part A: SCIENTIFIC FRAMEWORK FOR AEROSOL SAMPLING.@pChapter 1: Introduction.@pAerosols.@pParticle size.@pElementary particle size statistics.@pAerosol measurement.@pSampler performance characteristics.@pReferences.@p@pChapter 2: Fluid and aerosol mechanical background.@pFluid mechanical background.@pAerosol mechanics.@pChapter 3: Experimental methods in aerosol sampler studies.@pIntroduction.@pMethodology for assessing sampler performance.@pScaling relationships for aerosol samplers.@pTest facilities.@pTest aerosol generation.@pReference methods.@pAssessment of collected aerosol.@pAerosol sampler test protocols and procedures.@pChapter 4: The nature of air flow near aerosol samplers.@pIntroduction.@pLine and point sink samplers.@pThin-walled slot and tube entries.@pThick-walled tubes.@pSimple blunt samplers facing the wind.@pBlunt samplers with orientations other than facing the wind.@pMore complex sampling systems.@pEffects of freestream turbulence.@pChapter 5: Aspiration in moving air.@pIntroduction.@pThin-walled tube samplers.@pBlunt samplers.@pChapter 6: Aspiration in calm and slowly-moving air.@pIntroduction.@pSampling in perfectly calm air.@pSlowly moving air.@pChapter 7: Interferences to aerosol aspiration.@pIntroduction.@pInterferences during aspiration.@pInterferences after aspiration.@pChapter 8: Mechanisms for aerosol particle size selection after aspiration.@pIntroduction.@pElutriation.@pFiltration by porous foam media.@pCentrifugation.@pImpaction.@pDiffusion.@pOther particle size-selective mechanisms.@pPart B: STANDARDS FOR AEROSOLS.@pChapter 9: Framework for aerosol sampling in working and ambient environments.@pIntroduction.@pExposure to aerosols.@pFramework for health-related aerosol sampling.@pNon-health-related aerosol standards.@pReferences.@pChapter 10: Particle size-selective criteria for coarse aerosol fractions.@pIntroduction.@pExperimental studies of inhalability.@pParticle size-selective criteria for the inhalable fraction.@pOverview.@pChapter 11: Particle size-selective criteria for fine aerosol fractions.@pIntroduction.@pStudies of regional deposition of inhaled aerosols.@pCriteria for particle size-selective sampling for fine aerosol fractions.@pOverview.@pChapter 12: Limit values.@pIntroduction.@pAerosol-related health effects.@pThe processes of standards setting.@pOccupational exposure limits (OELs).@pAmbient atmospheric aerosol limits.@pSpecial cases.@pPart C: AEROSOL SAMPLING INSTRUMENTATION AND APPLICATIONS.@pChapter 13: Historical milestones in practical aerosol sampling.@pIntroduction.@pOccupational aerosol sampling.@pAmbient atmospheric aerosol sampling.@pChapter 14: Sampling for coarse aerosol in workplaces.@pIntroduction.@pStatic (or area) samplers for coarse aerosol fractions.@pPersonal samplers for coarse aerosol fractions.@pAnalysis of performance data for inhalable aerosol samplers.@pPassive aerosol samplers.@pChapter 15: Sampling for fine aerosol fractions in workplaces.@pIntroduction.@pSamplers for the respirable fraction.@pSamplers for the thoracic fraction.@pSamplers for PM2.5.@pThoracic particle size selection for fibrous aerosols.@pSampling for very fine aerosols.@pSimultaneous sampling for more than one aerosol fraction.@pChapter 16: Sampling probes for stack sampling.@pIntroduction.@pBasic considerations.@pStack sampling methods.@pSampling probes for stack sampling.@pSampling for determining particle size distribution in stacks.@pDirect-reading stack-monitoring instruments.@pChapter 17: Sampling for aerosols in the ambient atmosphere.@pIntroduction.@pSampling for coarse 'nuisance' aerosols.@pSampling for 'black smoke'.@pSampling for total suspended particulate in the ambient atmosphere.@pSampling for fine aerosol fractions in the ambient atmosphere.@pMeteorological sampling.@pChapter 18: Sampling for the determination of particle size distribution.@pIntroduction.@pRationale.@pAerosol spectrometers.@pCascade impactors.@pOther spectrometers.@pParticle size distribution analysis by microscopy.@pChapter 19: Sampling for bioaerosols.@pIntroduction.@pStandards for bioaerosols.@pTechnical issues for bioaerosol sampling.@pEarly bioaerosol sampling.@pCriteria for bioaerosol sampling.@pInertial samplers.@pCentrifugal samplers.@p'Total' and inhalable bioaerosol.@pOther samplers.@pChapter 20: Direct reading aerosol sampling instruments.@pIntroduction.@pOptical aerosol-measuring instruments.@pElectrical particle measurement.@pCondensation nuclei/particle counters.@pMechanical aerosol mass measurement.@pNuclear mass detectors.@pSurface area monitoring.@pAnalytical chemical methods.@pBioaerosol monitoring.@pPART D: AEROSOL SAMPLER APPLICATIONS AND FIELD STUDIES.@pChapter 21: Pumps and paraphernalia.@pIntroduction.@pAir moving systems.@pFlowrate.@pCollection media.@pAnalysis of collected samples.@pChapter 22: Field studies of aerosol samplers in workplaces.@pIntroduction.@pPersonal and static (or area) sampling.@pRelationship between 'total' and inhalable aerosol.@pConverting particle counts to particle mass.@pField experience with samplers for respirable aerosol.@pClassification of workplace aerosols.@pDiesel particulate matter.@pThe future of workplace aerosol measurement.@pChapter 23: Field studies of aerosol samplers in the ambient atmosphere.@pIntroduction.@p'Nuisance' dust.@pTotal suspended particulate (TSP) and black smoke (BS).@pBlack smoke and particle size fractions (PM10 and PM2.5).@pTransition to particle size-selective sampling.@pPM10.@pPM2.5.@pPersonal exposures to PM10 and PM2.5.@pClassification of ambient atmospheric aerosols.
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|Analysis and Application of Analog Electronic Circuits to Biomedical Instrumentation, Second Edition, 2nd Ed.|
|CRC Press - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 1439866694|
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|1. Analyzer Application and Selection 2. Analyzer Sampling-Process Samples 3. Analyzer Sampling-Stack Particulates 4. Air Quality Monitoring 5. Biometers 6. Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), and Total Oxygen Demand (TOD) 7. Calorimeters 8. Carbon Dioxide 9. Carbon Monoxide 10. Chlorine 11. Chromatographs-Gas 12. Chromatographs-Liquid 13. Coal Analyzers 14. Colorimeters 15. Combustibles 16. Conductivity Analyzers 17. Consistency Analyzers 18. Corrosion Monitoring 19. Differential Vapor Pressure Sensor 20. Dioxin Analysis 21. Elemental Monitors 22. Fiber-Optic Probes 23. Fluoride Analyzers 24. Hydrocarbon Analyzers 25. Hydrogen Sulfide 26. Infrared Analyzers 27. Ion-Selective Electrodes 28. Mass Spectrometers 29. Mercury in Air 30. Mercury in Water 31. Moisture in Air: Humidity and Dew Point 32. Moisture in Gases and Liquids 33. Moisture in Solids 34. Molecular Weight 35. Nitrate, Ammonia, and Total Nitrogen 36. Nitrogen Oxide Analyzers 37. Odor Detection 38. Oil in or on Water 39. Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP) 40. Oxygen in Gases 41. Oxygen in Liquids (Dissolved Oxygen) 42. Ozone in Gas 43. Ozone in Water 44. Particulates, Opacity, Dust, and Smoke 45. Particle Size and Distribution Monitors 46. pH Measurement 47. Phosphorus Analyzer 48. Physical Properties Analyzers-ASTM Methods 49. Refractometers 50. Streaming Current or Particle Charge Analyzer 51. Sulfur-in-Oil Analyzers 52. Sulfur Oxide Analyzers 53. Thermal Conductivity Detectors 54. Total Carbon Analyzers 55. Toxic Gas Monitoring 56. Turbidity, Sludge, and Suspended Solids 57. Ultraviolet and Visible Analyzers 58. Viscometers-Application and Selection 59. Viscometers-Laboratory 60. Viscometers-Industrial 61. Voltametric, Amperometric, and Other Electrochemical Analyzers 62. Water Quality Monitoring 63. Wet-Chemistry and Autotitrator Analyzers Index|
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|Analytical Instrumentation Handbook, Third Edition, 3rd Ed.|
|CRC Press - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 0824753488|
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|Analytical Instrumentation: A Guide to Laboratory, Portable and Miniaturized Instruments|
|Foreword@pPreface@pAcknowledgements@pAcronyms and Abbreviations@pSection I: Introduction@p@pSection II: Laboratory Analytical Instrumentation@pChapter 1: Spectrometric instruments @pInfrared and Raman@pLuminescence@pNuclear magnetic resonance@pMass spectrometry @pAtomic absorption spectrometry and atomic fluorescence email@example.com Inductively coupled plasma/atomic emission firstname.lastname@example.org Inductively coupled plasma/mass spectrometry@p@pChapter 2: Separation email@example.com Gas chromatography@firstname.lastname@example.org High performance liquid chromatography@p@email@example.com Ion chromatography@firstname.lastname@example.org Capillary electrophoresis@email@example.com Supercritical fluid firstname.lastname@example.org Hyphenated instruments@p@email@example.com Hyphenated gas chromatography firstname.lastname@example.org Hyphenated liquid chromatography email@example.com Hyphenated capillary electrophoresis techniques@p@pChapter 3: Imaging firstname.lastname@example.org Optical email@example.com Confocal firstname.lastname@example.org Electron email@example.com Scanning electron firstname.lastname@example.org Transmission electron email@example.com Scanning probe firstname.lastname@example.org Scanning tunnelling email@example.com Atomic force firstname.lastname@example.org Spectral imaging@p@pChapter 4: Electrochemical email@example.com Potentiometry@p4.2 Voltammetry@p4.3 Conductimetry@p@pChapter 5: Other firstname.lastname@example.org Thermogravimetric analysis@email@example.com Differential scanning firstname.lastname@example.org X-ray email@example.com Differential scanning firstname.lastname@example.org X-ray diffraction@p@p@p@p@p@p@pSection III: Portable Analytical Instrumentation@pThe drive for portable analytical instruments@p@pChapter 6: Portable instruments in the email@example.com Spectrometric firstname.lastname@example.org Separation email@example.com Imaging firstname.lastname@example.org Electrochemical instruments@p@pChapter 7: Portable instruments in various email@example.com Medical firstname.lastname@example.org Point-of-care email@example.com Blood glucose firstname.lastname@example.org Blood coagulation email@example.com Other point-of-care firstname.lastname@example.org Environmental email@example.com Field firstname.lastname@example.org Water quality email@example.com Soil and sediment firstname.lastname@example.org Air email@example.com Security and defence firstname.lastname@example.org Other applications@pSection IV: Process Analytical Instrumentation@pThe drive for process analysis@p@pChapter 8: Process analytical instrumentation in email@example.com In-process firstname.lastname@example.org In-process email@example.com Flow injection firstname.lastname@example.org Spectroscopic email@example.com Separation firstname.lastname@example.org Imaging email@example.com Electrochemical firstname.lastname@example.org Laboratory integrated management systems@p@pSection V: Miniaturised Analytical Instrumentation@pThe drive for miniaturised analytical instrumentation@p@pChapter 9: Chip-based email@example.com The development of chip-based analytical devices@firstname.lastname@example.org Challenges for chip-based analytical email@example.com Moving and mixing fluids on a firstname.lastname@example.org &|
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|Analytical Instrumentation: Performance Characteristics and Quality - POD|
|There is an increasing need for analysts to understand and be able to quantify the performance of analytical instruments, in particular with respect to the following:|
* specifying equipment for purchase
* estimating uncertainties in instrumental measurements
* quantifying and demonstrating performance quality
This text links together an understanding of performance characteristics with an appreciation of the limitations imposed by instrument design, leading to the interplay of the validation and qualification processes within quality assurance systems.
A unique framework of topics covers the major instrumental techniques of spectrophotometry, chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, and atomic emission spectroscopy. The use of over 200 questions and answers, together with cross-referencing, helps to develop a thorough understanding of the various concepts that underpin the different techniques.
This book will appeal to a broad range of professional chemists, technicians and students, whether with reference to specific analytical techniques, or within a general course of study in instrumental performance.
Analytical Techniques in the Sciences
This series of books provides coverage of all the major analytical techniques and their application in the most important areas of physical, life and materials sciences. Each text is presented in an open learning/distant learning style, in which the learning objectives are clearly identified. The reader's understanding of the material is constantly evaluated by the use of self-assessment and discussion questions.
CONTENTS: Analytical Measurements.@p@pUncertainty and Random Error.@p@pInstrument Performance Characteristics.@p@pQuality Systems in Analytical Measurements.@p@pUV-Visible Spectrophotometer Systems.@p@pAtomic Spectroscopy.@p@pFourier-Transform Infrared Spectrophotometers.@p@pSystem Characteristics of Gas Chromatography and High Performance Liquid Chromatography.@p@pHigh Performance Liquid Chromatography.@p@pGas Chromatography.@p@pCapillary Electrophoresis.@p@pMass Spectrometry Systems.@p@pSignals.@p@pUnwanted Signals: Noise, Drift and Interference.@p@pConvolution.@p@pMonochromators.@p@pRadiation Sources.@p@pRadiation Detectors.@p@pResponses to Self-Assessment Questions.@p@pBibliography.@p@pSI Units and Physical Constants.@p@pPeriodic Table.@p@pIndex.
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|Applied Structural and Mechanical Vibrations; Theory, Methods and Measuring Instrumentation, 1st Ed.|
|Routledge - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 0419227105|
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|Applied Technology and Instrumentation for Process Control|
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|Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2000: Airborne & Space Telescopes and Astronomical Instrumentation|
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|Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2000: High-Resolution Astronomy|
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|Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2002: Ground-based Telescopes and Instrumentation|
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|Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2002: High-Resolution Astronomy|
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|Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2002: Space-based Telescopes and Instrumentation|
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|Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2002: Topics in Astronomy: Information Technologies, MMW and Sub-MMW Detectors, Solar As|
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|Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2004: Ground-based Telescopes and Instrumentation|
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|Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2004: Space Telescopes and Astronomy|
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|Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation 2006: Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes and Instrumentation and Systems|
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