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Measurement Basics PEK301

ECTS 6 | P 45 | A 15 | L 30 | K 0 | ISVU 74051 | Academic year: 2017./2018.

Course groups

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Course lecturers

MILIČEVIĆ KRUNO, Lecturer
BIONDIĆ IVAN, Associate
BULJIĆ DALIBOR, Associate
ĆORLUKA VENCO, Associate
BAŠIĆ IVICA, Associate

Course description

Basic terms in metrology. Measurement uniformity, metrology pyramid, traceability. International system of (measurement) units (SI). Numerical (ratio) units. Errors. Measurement uncertainty. Complete measurement result. Decision making based on the complete measurement result. Types of signals, signal parameters, visualisation in time and frequency domain. Measurement equipment. Measurement instruments (electromechanical, analogue electronic, digital). Maintenance of measurement instruments. Digital multimetre. Oscilloscope. Digital measurement systems (sensor, transducer, conditioner, display). Measurement methods (deflection, null, comparison, substitution, differential, direct, indirect). Measurement of electrical quantities (current, voltage, frequency, phase displacement, apparent power, active power, reactive power, power factor, energy, resistance, inductance, capacitance, dissipation factor, impedance and admittance). PC based automated measuring systems.

Knowledge and skills acquired

Basic knowledge of metrology, measurement instruments and methods. Developing skills for correct measurements of basic electrical quantities. Acquiring knowledge to interpret instrument specifications, estimate measurement uncertainty, express complete measurement results and make decisions on the basis of complete measurement results. Gaining skills to handle PC based measuring systems.

Teaching methods

Lectures (3 hours per week), auditory exercises (1 hour per week) and laboratory exercises (2 hours per week).

Student requirements

Defined by the Student evaluation criteria of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek and paragraph 1.9

Monitoring of students

Defined by the Student evaluation criteria of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek and paragraph 1.9

Student assessment

Revision exams, written and oral exam.

Obligatory literature

1. Smith, R.C. Uncertainty Quantification. SIAM 201

2. Z. Godec, Iskazivanje mjernog rezultata, Graphis, Zagreb, 1995.

3. Z. Godec, D. Dorić, Osnove mjerenja, laboratorijske vježbe, Sveučilište u Osijeku, Elektrotehnički fakultet, Osijek, 2001.

4. Z. Godec, D. Dorić, Električka mjerenja s laboratorijskim vježbama, Sveučilište u Osijeku, Elektrotehnički fakultet, Osijek, 2000.


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Recommended additional literature

1. D. Vujević, B. Ferković, Osnove elektrotehničkih mjerenja I i II, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1996.

2. R. Malarić, Instrumentation and measurement in electrical engineering, BrownWalker Press 2011.

3. V. Bego, Mjerenja u elektrotehnici, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1990.

4. D. Karavidović, Električna mjerenja I i II, ETF Osijek, 1994.

5. Šantić, Elektronička instumentacija, Školska knjiga, 1993.

ECTS credits

An ECTS credit value has been added according to calculation of time required for studying and successful course completion.

Examination methods

Written and oral exam.

Course assessment

Conducting university questionnaires on teachers (student-teacher relationship, transparency of assessment criteria, motivation for teaching, teaching clarity, etc.). Conducting Faculty surveys on courses (upon passing the exam, student self-assessment of the adopted learning outcomes and student workload in relation to the number of ECTS credits allocated to activities and courses as a whole).

Overview of course assesment

Learning outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

1. list and mutually connect basic terms in metrology and evaluate their significance in engineering applications

2. explain the mathematical background of calculating uncertaintyti

3. select and use a suitable measuring instrument for measuring electrical quantities

4. interpret instrument specifications

5. select and use one of the basic measurement methods for measuring electrical quantities

6. calculate measurement uncertainty and error, and express and evaluate complete measurement result

7. select a measuring instrument and/or a measuring transducer for the measurement of basic non-electric physical quantities

8. define the basic components of an automated metering system



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Student's activity Workload ECTS (Workload/30) Learning outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:
Teaching
method
Assessment method Points
Attendance
Lectures, Auditory exercises, Laboratory exercises

66
ECTS
2.2
- list and mutually connect basic terms in metrology and evaluate their significance in engineering applications- explain the mathematical background of calculating uncertaintyti- select and use a suitable measuring instrument for measuring electrical quantities- interpret instrument specifications- select and use one of the basic measurement methods for measuring electrical quantities- calculate measurement uncertainty and error, and express and evaluate complete measurement result- select a measuring instrument and/or a measuring transducer for the measurement of basic non-electric physical quantities- define the basic components of an automated metering systemLectures, Auditory exercises, Laboratory exercises Attendance register. Mandatory attendance percentage is:
70%

This percentage defines the minimum workload for the activity. The maximum is defined by the study programme.
Min

0
Max

0
Practice – problem solving Workload
30
ECTS

1
- explain the mathematical background of calculating uncertaintyti- select and use a suitable measuring instrument for measuring electrical quantities- interpret instrument specifications- select and use one of the basic measurement methods for measuring electrical quantities- calculate measurement uncertainty and error, and express and evaluate complete measurement resultMidterm exam Evaluation of (written) exercises Min

15
Max

30
Writing pre-lab write-ups, results analysis and writing laboratory reports Workload
48
ECTS

1.6
- select and use a suitable measuring instrument for measuring electrical quantities- interpret instrument specifications- select and use one of the basic measurement methods for measuring electrical quantities- calculate measurement uncertainty and error, and express and evaluate complete measurement result- select a measuring instrument and/or a measuring transducer for the measurement of basic non-electric physical quantitiesLaboratory practice Assessment of pre-lab write-ups, supervision of laboratory exercises, evaluation of written reports Min

15
Max

30
Oral exam Workload
30
ECTS

1
- list and mutually connect basic terms in metrology and evaluate their significance in engineering applications- explain the mathematical background of calculating uncertaintyti- select and use a suitable measuring instrument for measuring electrical quantities- interpret instrument specifications- select and use one of the basic measurement methods for measuring electrical quantities- calculate measurement uncertainty and error, and express and evaluate complete measurement result- select a measuring instrument and/or a measuring transducer for the measurement of basic non-electric physical quantities- define the basic components of an automated metering systemOral exam Assessment of student's answers Min

15
Max

30
Group tasks Workload
6
ECTS

0.2
- explain the mathematical background of calculating uncertaintyti- select and use a suitable measuring instrument for measuring electrical quantities- interpret instrument specifications- select and use one of the basic measurement methods for measuring electrical quantitiesGroup tasks Min

0
Max

10
Σ Activities Σ Workload
180
Σ ECTS
6
Σ Max
100