Advances in Measurement Systems
by Milind Kr Sharma
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 598
From the table of contents: In-field measurement of soil nitrate using an ion-selective electrode; High Temperature Superconducting Maglev Measurement System; Metrology for non-stationary dynamic measurements; Algal Biosensor-Based Measurement System for Rapid Toxicity Detection; Nano-metrology based on the Laser Interferometers; Inductive Telemetric Measurement Systems for Remote Sensing; Analog to Digital Conversion Methods for Smart Sensing Systems; etc.
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