## Temperature

Thermodynamic temperature (kelvin). Curie temperature (or Curie point). Critical temperature. Temperature gradient.

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## Temperature

## Response time

## Ampere (unit of electric current)

## Tolerance

## Standard conditions for temperature and pressure (STP)

## Meter (or metre) unit of length

## Parallax

## Hertz (Hz)

## International System of Units (SI)

## Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT)

Thermodynamic temperature (kelvin). Curie temperature (or Curie point). Critical temperature. Temperature gradient.

Response time is the time required by a measuring instrument or system to settle to its final steady position after the application of the input. For a step input function, the response time may be defined as the time taken by the instrument to settle to a specified percentage of the quantity being measured, after …

Electric units, called “international units,” for current and resistance, were introduced by the International Electrical Congress held in Chicago in 1893, and definitions of the “international ampere” and “international ohm” were confirmed by the International Conference in London in 1908. Although it was already obvious on the occasion of the 8th CGPM (1933) that there …

In Metrology, tolerance means the limit or acceptable limits of the variations of a physical dimension, a physical property of a manufactured object, of a system, or other measured values such as temperature, humidity, or time. In other words, it is the maximum allowable error in the measurement is specified in terms of some value. The tolerance in mechanical devices is …

Standard conditions for temperature and pressure (STP) are standard sets of conditions for experimental measurements to be established to allow comparisons to be made between different sets of data. STP should not be confused with the standard state of a material (pure substance, mixture, or solution) which is a reference point used to calculate its properties under different …

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The unit of length is the meter (or metre), defined by the distance, at 0 °C under normal atmospheric pressure, between the axes of the two central lines marked on the bar of platinum-iridium (90% platinum and 10% iridium) kept at the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures and declared Prototype of the meter by the 1st …

Parallax is a deceptive change in the relative position of an object with a change in the position of the observer. Due to foreshortening, nearby objects show a larger parallax than farther objects when observed from different positions, so parallax can be used to determine distances. Parallax error The parallax error is due to the fact that the …

The hertz (symbol Hz, named in honor of the 19th-century German physicist Heinrich Rudolf Hertz) is the derived unit of frequency in the International System of Units (SI) and is defined as one cycle per second.

The International System of Units universally abbreviated SI (from the French Le Système International d’Unités), is the modern metric system of measurement, used prevalently in science and international commerce. There are seven base units and symbols for the seven base quantities, which are assumed to be independent. These seven base units are essential for the …

A linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) is one of the most popular electromechanical devices used to convert small mechanical displacements (of the order of a few millimeters or fractions of a millimeter) into amplified electrical signals. An LVDT provides an alternating current (AC) voltage output proportional to the relative displacement of a transformer core with respect to …