ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION EKT 314/4 Course

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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.
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