ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION EKT 314/4 Course Plan Lecturer 1. Muhamad Asmi bin Romli M.Sc (USM), B.Eng (USM) KKF6, Room 3 019-2727457 [email protected] Ym: [email protected] 2. Zahari Awang Ahmad M.Sc Microelectronics & Computer System(UTM), B.Sc. Elect.Engr.(UKY, USA). KKF33 Room 4 012-4929993 [email protected] 3. Dr Abdul Hafiizh EKT314/4 Course Plan EKT 314 2010-2011 SEM 2 TIMETABLE 8.00 - 9.00 9.00 - 10.00 10.00 - 11.00 11.00 - 12.00 12.00 - 1.00 1.00 - 2.00 2.00 - 3.00 3.00 - 4.00 4.00 - 5.00 5.00 - 6.00 MON TUE (3) - DKR2 (4) - MKR1 (1/2) (A) (3) - MKR1 (1/2) (B) (4) - MKR1 (1/2) (A) (4) - BKP1 (4) - MKR1 (1/2) (A) WED THU (3,4) EXTRA - MKR1 (1/2) (B) (4) - MKR1 (2/2) (A) 12.00 - 3.30 (3) - MKR1 (2/2) (B) FRI PLV: REHAT *Lab Team Group 3 and Extra 3,4: Fisol A Group 4 (3, 4 Year): B Hazila Asmi/Hazil a Fisol/Hafiiz/ Zahari 3.30 - 4.30 4.30 - 5.30 5.30 - 6.30 (3,4) EXTRA - MKR1 (2/2) (B) (4) - BKY Contact Hours Lecture – 28 hours (2 hours per session, once a week) – 33% Lab – 56 hours (2 hours per session, twice a week) – 67% Total hours = 84 hours Total weeks = 14 weeks *Attendance at all sessions are compulsory. Problem Statements Some do not know how to operate lab equipments Some do not know what equipment to be used in certain application Some feel shock and scare when asked to operate newmeasurement equipment Some might endanger themselve and others Course Objectives To revise (functionality and capability) on available equipments in the laboratory. To predict capability and working principles of equipments. To propose and design suitable solution. To avoid inability to response quickly when given task related to new instrument Synopsis Lectures session will introduce students to whole concept of electronic instruments – transducers, data acquisition, conversion, process, transmission and display. Laboratory session will introduce students to LabVIEW and basic instrumentation through step by step design. Course Outcome (CO) Understand the concept of electronic instrumentation. Understand and able to apply the concept of sensors, data acquisition and embedded system interfacing. Ability to use virtual instrumentation software. Syllabus Ch 1: Introduction to Electronic Instrumentation Definition, Measurement, Errors, Classification, OperationMode, Instrument Elements, Application Duration: 2 weeks Ch 2: Transducers Definition, Type, Electrical Transducers, Transducers Working Principle and Examples Duration: 2 weeks Ch 3: Signal Conditioning Circuits Elements of Signal Conditioning, Analog Signal Conditioning, Digital Signal Conditioning. Duration: 3 weeks Ch 4: Data Acquisition and Conversion Computer System, Data Acquisition Components, Configuration of Data Acquisition Systems, Software for Data Acquisition System. Duration: 3 weeks Ch 5: Instrumentation Technology Commercial Software Package. Duration: 2 week Recommended Text Electronic Instrumentation. 2nd Edtion, Kalsi, H.S. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 2005 Principles of Measurement System.4th Edition, John P. Bentley, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 Introduction to Engineering Experimentation. 3rd Edition, Anthony J. Wheeler, Ahmad R. Ganji, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2010. Process Control Instrumentation Technology. 8th Edition, Curtis D. Johnson, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006.