Modern Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronic Measuring Instruments-(Diploma–Postgraduate)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Amsterdam (Netherlands), Brussels (Belgium) and Paris 01 Louvre (France)

£ 10,000 - (Rs 8,18,869)
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Suitable for: Electricians. Mechanics. Electronic Technicians. Machine Operators. Control Technicians. HVAC Technicians. Instrumentation Technicians. Plant Managers and Supervisors. Calibrators. Civil Engineers. Mechanical Engineers. Electrical Engineers. Civil Engineers. Measurement Specialists. Enforcement Officers. Metrology Practitioners. All those interested in Metrology and Metrology Issues

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Where and when

Starts Location
Damrak 1-5, 1012, Noord Holland, Netherlands
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Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgium
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Paris 01 Louvre
(75) Paris, France
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Course programme

Module 1: General Theoretical Explorations

A. Introduction to Process Control

What types of measurements can you take?

What does it mean?

How is the information used?

B. Electrical Measurement Standard

SI Units

PRIMARY Standards

Secondary Standards

Working Standards

C. Uncertainty of Measurements

Fundamental Concepts

Recommendations of ISO Guide

Examples of Uncertainty Calibrations

Other relevant Issues Associated with Metrology

D. Circuit Theory & Networks

Electrical & Electronic Measurement

Materials Science


Sonar, Acoustic and Seismic Measurements

Linear measurement Instruments

Acoustic measurement Instrument

3D Seismic Surveys

4D Seismic Mapping

Linear Position and Measurements

Linear position transducers

Inductive Distance Sensors

Photoelectric Distance Sensors

Magneto-Inductive Sensor

Magnetic Linear Encoder System

Ultrasonic Sensors -

Electrical Measurement Instruments





Spectrum Analyzer

Signal Generator


Logic Probe

Mass Instruments

Primary Standards and SI Units

Secondary and Working Standards

Mass and Weight

Mass Standards

Types and Classes of Mass Measurement

Industrial Weighing Systems

Accuracy Classes of Balances

Calibration of Balances

Pressure Measurement

SI and Other Units

Absolute, Gauge and Differential Pressure Modes

Primary Standards

Spinning Ball Gauge Standard

Secondary Standards

Working Standards

Pressure Measuring Instruments

Module 7: Measurement of Force

SI and Other Units of Measurement

PRIMARY Standard

Secondary Standards

Force Measuring Instruments

Weighing Instruments


Check Scale

Check Weigher

Digital Weight Indicator

In-Motion Scale

Jolly Balance

Multihead Weigher

On-Board Scale

Quartz Crystal Microbalance

Roberval Balance

Sauerbrey Equation

Spring Scale

Steelyard Balance

Tron (Scotland)

Truck Scale

Measurement Temperature

SI and Units

Thermodynamic Scale

Practical Temperature Scales

International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90)

Industrial Thermometers

Linear and Angular Measurement Instruments

Length Measurement

‘Angular’ Measurement

Using Autocollimators

Electronic Levels and Clinometers

Micro-Alignment Telescopes

Portable, Multi Gas Detectors

Infrared Gas Detector for Combustible Gas Leaks

Open-Path Combustible Gas Detection System

Gas Monitor Maintenance

Gas Monitor - Tank Tester

Electronic Micrometer

Digital Calipers DRO

Fuel Pressure Gauges

Air Pressure Gauges

Gas Pressure Gauges

Roundness Measurement and Cylindricity Measurement Instruments

Roundness/Cylindricity Systems

Fully Automated Arm Attitude/Orientation Mechanism

Automated Gauge Calibration

Automatic Centre And Level With Arm Follow Mode

High Precision Roundness Range

Large Capacity Roundness Range

Bench Mounted Roundness Range

Turbine / Engine Stack Metrology Range

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