The process of getting one or more numerical values that can be fairly assigned to a quantity or property is known as measurement. A measurement's correctness, specificity, and consistency are all covered by metrology. Traceability or comparison to a "standard" or between different measuring systems is involved.
The student will be able to understand pressure gauge, thermocouple, LVDT, load cell, and micrometer calibration by studying the lab. Use the ideas of angle measurement with a Sine Centre, Sine Bar, or Bevel Protractor, and alignment with an Autocollimator/Roller Set. Conduct measurements with an optical projector/toolmaker microscope and optical flats. Use an Optical Projector/Tool Maker microscope and optical flats to illustrate measurements. Using a lathe/drill tool dynamometer, analyze tool forces.Examine Screw thread dimensions are measured with a 2-wire or 3-wire method, and gear tooth profiles are measured with a gear tooth Vernier/micrometer. Understand the basic principles of surface roughness measuring.
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