Theory and Design for Mechanical Measurements

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Author: Richard S. Figliola, Donald E. Beasley

Publisher: WILEY

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The comment on the independent, dependent, and extraneous variables for the motor test when a synchronous electric motor test stand permits either the variation of input voltage or the output shaft load with the subsequent measurement of motor efficiency, winding temperature, and input current.

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Ch. 1 - Prob. 1.1PCh. 1 - Prob. 1.2PCh. 1 - Prob. 1.3PCh. 1 - Prob. 1.4PCh. 1 - Prob. 1.5PCh. 1 - Discuss how the resolution of the display scale of...Ch. 1 - Prob. 1.7PCh. 1 - Prob. 1.8PCh. 1 - Prob. 1.9PCh. 1 - Prob. 1.10P

Ch. 1 - State the purpose of using randomization methods...Ch. 1 - Provide an example of repetition and replication...Ch. 1 - Develop a test plan that might be used to estimate...Ch. 1 - Develop a test plan that might be used to evaluate...Ch. 1 - A race engine shop has just completed two engines...Ch. 1 - A thermodynamics model assumes that a particular...Ch. 1 - Regarding the Mars Climate Orbiter spacecraft...Ch. 1 - A large batch of carefully made machine shafts can...Ch. 1 - Suggest an approach or approaches to estimate the...Ch. 1 - Suggest a test matrix to evaluate the wear...Ch. 1 - Figure 1.15 Orifice flow meter setup used for...Ch. 1 - The sale of motor fuel is an essential business in...Ch. 1 - Using either the ASME 19.5 or ISO 5167 test...Ch. 1 - A simple thermocouple circuit is formed using two...Ch. 1 - 1.25 A linear variable displacement transducer...Ch. 1 - For the LVDT calibration of the previous problem,...Ch. 1 - A manufacturer wants to quantify the expected...Ch. 1 - Prob. 1.28PCh. 1 - As described in a preceding problem, the...Ch. 1 - Light gates may be used to measure the speed of...Ch. 1 - You estimate your car’s fuel use by recording...Ch. 1 - When discussing concomitant methods, we used the...Ch. 1 - Prob. 1.33PCh. 1 - For the strain gauge calibration of the previous...Ch. 1 - The acceleration of a cart down a plane inclined...Ch. 1 - In general, what is meant by the term “standard”?...Ch. 1 - A common scenario: An engineer has two pencil-...Ch. 1 - Explain the potential differences in the following...Ch. 1 - Research the following test standards and codes....Ch. 1 - A hotel chain based in the United States contracts...Ch. 1 - Test code ASTM 558-13 allows for the comparison of...Ch. 1 - Suggest a reasonable number of significant digits...Ch. 1 - Using spreadsheet software (such as Microsoft...Ch. 1 - Prob. 1.44PCh. 1 - Round the following numbers to 3 significant...Ch. 1 - Express the result, rounding to an appropriate num...Ch. 1 - Express the result by rounding to an appropriate...Ch. 1 - A car’s speed is determined by the time it takes...Ch. 1 - How much error could you tolerate in (1) book...Ch. 1 - Apply the guidelines to determine the number of...Ch. 1 - Using a tape measure having 1 mm graduations, the...Ch. 1 - Show how the following functions can be...Ch. 1 - Prob. 1.53PCh. 1 - For the calibration data of Table 1.5, determine...Ch. 1 - Prob. 1.55PCh. 1 - Each of the following equations can be represented...Ch. 1 - Plot y = 10e“° 5x volts on in semilog format (use...Ch. 1 - Prob. 1.58PCh. 1 - Prob. 1.59P

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