Ludwig Michalski, Temperature Measurement , 2nd Edition
John Wiley & Sons Inc.
The accurate measurement of temperature is a vital parameter in many fields. This comprehensive reference combines both the theory and practice of temperature measurement.
Responding to emerging trends in the field, this fully updated second edition includes new material on noise thermometers, the development of photoelectric and two-wavelength pyrometers and the latest IEC standards.
- Fully revised and updated to incorporate the latest achievements in measurement
- Coverage includes fibre optic thermometers, imaging of temperature fields and temperature measurement in hazardous areas.
- Includes imaging of temperature fields, virtual instruments, fuzzy logic in temperature measurement and new methods for thermometer calibration
- Brand new chapters on computerized temperature measuring systems and temperature measurement in medicine
Practicing temperature measurement engineers working in industry, as well as postgraduates and researchers would find this to be an invaluable resource, due to the balance between the examination of the theory of temperature measurement and an in depth discussion of the industry applications.
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