possess knowledge on the scientific principles utilized in metrology and perform relevant calculations
be able to apply a variety of metrological principles
know how to evaluate the measurement uncertainty when measuring physical parameters
be familiar with structures for computer-based instrumentation, data acquisition and presentation of data
be able to dimension components often found in modern metrological systems
possess knowledge on analysis and management of metrological data
The scientific principles applied to measure the following: Flow velocity, temperature, pressure, humidity, water content in materials, liquid level, qualitative and quantitative liquid and gas analysis, current and voltage.
An introduction to measurement uncertainty. Estimation of measurement uncertainty. Acquisition and storage of data. Management of data.
Lectures and exercises/lab. Project(s). The expected workload for the average student is 27 hours per credit.
Assessment methods and criteria
Portfolio assessment counts 1/3 and an individual oral exam 2/3 of the final grade. Graded assessment. More information about the portfolio will be given in Canvas. There will not be arranged a postponed exam for the portfolio.
The person responsible for the course decides, in cooperation with student representative, the form of student evaluation and whether the course is to have a midway or end of course evaluation in accordance with the quality system for education, chapter 4.1.”