The book provides a comprehensive and structured introduction to the theory and practice of instrumentation and control engineering. It covers all aspects of the instrument and control systems needed in the design and manufacture of electronic equipment, such as sensors, instruments, actuators, digital logic circuits, power supplies, and control systems.
This book can be used as a reference text by students of electrical and electronics engineering, instrumentation, control and automation engineering, and control systems and control engineering, and by mechanical engineers.
This book also provides a useful reference for students of electrical and electronics engineering, electrical and electronic instrumentation engineering, instrumentation, control and automation engineering, control systems and control engineering, and mechanical engineering.
The book starts with a basic introduction to electric circuits and signals. It then discusses the basics of measurement, instruments and control systems. The theory of electronic circuits is then covered, followed by a detailed discussion of instrumentation and control engineering.
This book is intended for non-engineering students as well as qualified engineers. The book discusses the basic theory of electronic circuits, instrumentation and control systems, and control theory and practice in detail.
It is also suitable for electrical and electronics students who are looking for a general overview of measurement, instrumentation, and control systems. It covers the basic instrumentation principles and makes extensive use of practical examples.
This book is intended to be used as an introductory text for a two-year undergraduate course in the electronics engineering discipline. The course covers the basics of electronic circuits and signals, the basic instruments and control systems, and the basic electronic circuit theory.
Those who are interested in the theory of instrumentation and control engineering can use this book as a reference text. It introduces the theory of instrumentation and control engineering by exploring applications of control theory and then discussing the fundamentals of the theory.
This book provides a simple and intuitive introduction to the theory and practice of instrumentation and control engineering. It gives an overview of basic instrumentation and control theory and practice in a rigorous and structured manner.
He has more than 25 years' experience teaching and researching in the areas of instrumentation and control engineering, bioengineering, bio-electrical engineering, motor-control and robotics, electronics and engineering education.
In addition, it is written in a user-friendly, concise and jargon-free style, avoiding complex mathematical terms and abstract language. It is a must read for anyone wanting to prepare for the IET I.E.T. Level 2 C.E. E.C.E.