ERT 350/3 INSTRUMENTATION MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL IN BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING
The course covers the general concept of instrumentation, various measuring devices, and the manipulation, transmission, and recording of data. Different methods in measuring and problem solving to various use in biosystems engineering will be addressed where applicable. Students will be able to comprehend control engineering application which are essential features of any measurement programme.
Ability to differentiate the main functional components in instrumentation and their working principle of various measurement devices.
Ability to differentiate roles and features of appropriate instruments for various measurements inbiosystems engineering applications.
Ability to evaluate control engineering application to solve problems in agricultural and biological system.
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Harsanyi, G. (2000). Sensors in Biomedical Applications, Technomic Publication, London.
Bell, D.A. (2000). Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement, Prentice Hall, New York.