BscCSSemester3 Sensors and transducers 

Module 1

Lecture 1.1 Introduction

Lecture 1.2 Signals

Lecture 1.3 Characteristics of transducers

Lecture 1.4 Resistive Transducers

Lecture 1.5 Resistive Transducers Working

Lecture 1.6 Potentiometer

































Module 1

Lecture-1 – Introduction

Lecture 2-classification and selection

Lecture-3 principle of sensing

Lecture-4 classification in detail

Lecture-5 basic requirements

Lecture 6 selection

Lecture 7 resistive transducer

Lecture 8 how to work with resistance

Lecture 9 resistive principle

Lecture 10 potentiometer

Lecture 11 left parts

Lecture 12 sensor characteristics

Lecture 13 sensor characteristics 2

Lecture 14 Resistivity principles

Lecture 15 Resistivity principles and applications

Lecture 16-potentio meter and loading effect

Lecture 17 – Resistive strain gauge

Lecture 18-Resistive strain gauge 2

Lecture 19-Inductive transducer

Lecture 20-inductive transducer 2

Lecture 21-LVDT

Lecture 22 – Capacitive transducer

Module 2

Lecture 23-Thermal sensors

Lecture 24 RTD

Lecture 25 Thermistor 

Lecture 26 Thermocouple 

Lecture 27 IR

Lecture 28 Radiation sensors

Module 3

Lecture 29-Pressure Transducer

Lecture 30-Manometers

Lecture 31-Level transducer

Lecture 32-Capacitive level transducer

Lecture 33-Discrete level transducer

Module 4

Lecture 34-Flow sensor

Lecture 35-orifice,venturi,nozzle meters

Lecture 36-Rotameter

Lecture 37-Anemometer

Lecture 38-Electro magnetic flow meter

Lecture 39-LDR

Lecture 40- Photo voltaic cell

Lecture 41- photo diode

Lecture 42- Sound transducer

Lecture 43- Sound level meter

Lecture 44- Hall effect

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