Theory and Design for Mechanical Measurements
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Author: Richard S. Figliola, Donald E. Beasley
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Chapter 1, Problem 1.9P
To determine
The possible range (magnitude) of each listed elemental error if the ambient temperature of a transducer chosen to measure a nominal pressure of 500 cm H_{2} O is expected to vary between 18°C and 25°C during tests.
From Table 1.1
Operation | |
Input range | 0-1000 cm H_{2} O |
Excitation | |
Output Range | 0-5 V |
Performance | |
Linearity Error | |
Hysteresis Error | Less than |
Sensitivity Error | |
Thermal Sensitivity Error | |
Thermal Zero Drift | |
Temperature Range | 0-50°C |
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