Modules / Lectures
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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Lec 1: Basic concepts, Calibration.Download
2Lec 2: Dimensions, Units, Standards, Systems of dimensions, System of units, Unit conversion table.Download
3Lec 3: Basic concept of dynamic measurements. Download
4Lec 4: Basic concept of dynamic measurements. Contd.Download
5Lec 5: Basic concept of dynamic measurements. Contd.Download
6Lec 6: System response and distortion, Impedence matchingDownload
7Lec 7: Dimensional measurement Gauge blocks, The pneumatic displacement gaugeDownload
8Lec 8: Dimensional measurement Gauge blocks, The pneumatic displacement gaugeDownload
9Pressure Measurements: Definition of pressure and Dynamic response considerationsDownload
10Mechanical pressure measurement devices, U-tube manometer, The inclined well type manometerDownload
11The aneroid barometer, Diaphragm and Bellows GaugesDownload
12Lec 12 : The Mcleod gauge, The Pirani gauge, The Ionization gauge Download
13Lec 13 : The Mcleod gauge, The Pirani gauge, The Ionization gauge Contd.Download
14Lec 14 : The Mcleod gauge, The Pirani gauge, The Ionization gauge Contd.Download
15Lec 15 : Pressure measurement using 3 holes / probesDownload
16Lec 16 : Pressure measurement using 3 holes / probes Contd.Download
17Lec 17 : Flow obstruction flow rate measuerement(venturimeter/orificemeter), the RotameterDownload
18Lec 18 : Flow obstruction flow rate measuerement(venturimeter/orificemeter), the Rotameter Contd.Download
19Lec 19 : Thermal Anemometry(hot wire/hot film), Hot wire anemometerDownload
20Lec 20 : Thermal Anemometry(hot wire/hot film), Hot wire anemometer Contd.Download
21Lec 21 : Laser Doppler anemometryDownload
22Lec 22 : Measurement of velocity components by 3 holes and 4 holes probesDownload
23Lec 23 : Ideal gas thermometer, Temperature measurement by mechanical and electrical effectsDownload
24Lec 24 : Ideal gas thermometer, Temperature measurement by mechanical and electrical effects Contd.Download
25Lec 25 : Thermostatic temperature, Resistance Temperature Detectors(RTD), Thermistors, ThermocouplesDownload
26Lec 26 : Temperature measurement by Radiation, The optical pyrometerDownload
27Lec 27 : Transient response of thermal system, Thermocouple compensation, high speed flowDownload
28Lec 28 : Transient response of thermal system, Thermocouple compensation, high speed flow ContdDownload
29Lec 29 : Transient response of thermal system, Thermocouple compensation, high speed flow ContdDownload
30Lec 30: Constant temperature hot-wire anemometer, LDADownload
31Lec 31: Use of PIVDownload
32Lec 32: Use of PIV Contd.Download
33Lec 4 : Use of PIV Contd.Download
34Lec 34: Measurement of pitch angleDownload
35Lec 35: Measurement of torque by dynamometers, straingauge, transducersDownload

Sl.No Chapter Name English
1Lec 1: Basic concepts, Calibration.Download
To be verified
2Lec 2: Dimensions, Units, Standards, Systems of dimensions, System of units, Unit conversion table.Download
To be verified
3Lec 3: Basic concept of dynamic measurements. Download
To be verified
4Lec 4: Basic concept of dynamic measurements. Contd.Download
To be verified
5Lec 5: Basic concept of dynamic measurements. Contd.Download
To be verified
6Lec 6: System response and distortion, Impedence matchingDownload
To be verified
7Lec 7: Dimensional measurement Gauge blocks, The pneumatic displacement gaugePDF unavailable
8Lec 8: Dimensional measurement Gauge blocks, The pneumatic displacement gaugePDF unavailable
9Pressure Measurements: Definition of pressure and Dynamic response considerationsPDF unavailable
10Mechanical pressure measurement devices, U-tube manometer, The inclined well type manometerPDF unavailable
11The aneroid barometer, Diaphragm and Bellows GaugesPDF unavailable
12Lec 12 : The Mcleod gauge, The Pirani gauge, The Ionization gauge PDF unavailable
13Lec 13 : The Mcleod gauge, The Pirani gauge, The Ionization gauge Contd.PDF unavailable
14Lec 14 : The Mcleod gauge, The Pirani gauge, The Ionization gauge Contd.PDF unavailable
15Lec 15 : Pressure measurement using 3 holes / probesPDF unavailable
16Lec 16 : Pressure measurement using 3 holes / probes Contd.PDF unavailable
17Lec 17 : Flow obstruction flow rate measuerement(venturimeter/orificemeter), the RotameterPDF unavailable
18Lec 18 : Flow obstruction flow rate measuerement(venturimeter/orificemeter), the Rotameter Contd.PDF unavailable
19Lec 19 : Thermal Anemometry(hot wire/hot film), Hot wire anemometerPDF unavailable
20Lec 20 : Thermal Anemometry(hot wire/hot film), Hot wire anemometer Contd.PDF unavailable
21Lec 21 : Laser Doppler anemometryPDF unavailable
22Lec 22 : Measurement of velocity components by 3 holes and 4 holes probesPDF unavailable
23Lec 23 : Ideal gas thermometer, Temperature measurement by mechanical and electrical effectsPDF unavailable
24Lec 24 : Ideal gas thermometer, Temperature measurement by mechanical and electrical effects Contd.PDF unavailable
25Lec 25 : Thermostatic temperature, Resistance Temperature Detectors(RTD), Thermistors, ThermocouplesPDF unavailable
26Lec 26 : Temperature measurement by Radiation, The optical pyrometerPDF unavailable
27Lec 27 : Transient response of thermal system, Thermocouple compensation, high speed flowPDF unavailable
28Lec 28 : Transient response of thermal system, Thermocouple compensation, high speed flow ContdPDF unavailable
29Lec 29 : Transient response of thermal system, Thermocouple compensation, high speed flow ContdPDF unavailable
30Lec 30: Constant temperature hot-wire anemometer, LDAPDF unavailable
31Lec 31: Use of PIVPDF unavailable
32Lec 32: Use of PIV Contd.PDF unavailable
33Lec 4 : Use of PIV Contd.PDF unavailable
34Lec 34: Measurement of pitch anglePDF unavailable
35Lec 35: Measurement of torque by dynamometers, straingauge, transducersPDF unavailable


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