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ENGINEERING METROLOGY

Duration: 27:02:00
Lectures: 52
Level: Beginner

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Engineering metrology is the use of measurement science in manufacturing. The study of metrology is
highly valuable for the students and practitioners, specifically from the mechanical and allied engineering
stream. For a product to be successful, it needs to be manufactured according to metrological
specifications, otherwise heavy costs are incurred to comply with the specifications in the later stage.
Also, the role played by measurements in the day today life makes it essential to study metrology. This
course is designed to impart the knowledge to develop measurement procedures, conduct metrological
experiments, and obtain and interpret the results. A laboratory demonstration are also induced to
enhance the learning process. The course would be useful in many areas in the traditional and modern
high technology viz. manufacturing, industrial, scientific research, defense, and many others.

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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 1, Introduction to measurements and metrology,
47:16
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 2A, Instruments in measurement systems,
31:49
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 2B, Instruments in measurement systems,
30:50
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 3, General concepts and definitions in metrology,
39:25
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 4, Standards of measurement,
59:41
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 5, Limits, Fits, and Tolerances (Part 1 of 4),
50:25
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 6, Limits, Fits, and Tolerances (Part 2 of 4),
55:41
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 7, Limits, Fits, and Tolerances (Part 3 of 4)
46:23
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 8, Limits, Fits, and Tolerances (Part 4 of 4)
26:40
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 9, Linear Measurements (Part 1 of 2);
55:38
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 10, Linear Measurements (Part 2 of 2);
33:03
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 11, Laboratory demonstration, Vernier Caliper; D
39:04
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 12, Laboratory demonstration, Dial gauge and vernier, micrometer, surface plate, feeler gauge;
36:20
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 13, Angular Measurements (Part 1 of 2);
45:45
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 14, Angular Measurements (Part 2 of 2);
15:40
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 15, Laboratory demonstration, Vernier height gauge;
23:42
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 16, Laboratory demonstration, Thread gauge, spirit level;
24:41
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 17, Laboratory demonstration, Combination set, slip gauges, sine bar;
39:58
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 18, Comparators (Part 1 of 2);
37:12
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 19, Comparators (Part 2 of 2);
18:04
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 20, Transducers (Part 1 of 2);
55:39
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 21, Transducers (Part 2 of 2);
35:42
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 22, Screw thread metrology;
56:26
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 23, Gears metrology (Part 1 of 2);
59:12
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 24, Gears metrology (Part 2 of 2);
17:13
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 25, Laboratory demonstration, Gear Vernier;
24:13
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 26, Surface metrology;
40:33
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 27, Temperature measurements;
34:34
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 28, Pressure measurements (Part 1 of 2);
45:27
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 29, Pressure measurements (Part 2 of 2);
19:46
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 30, Strain measurements (Part 1 of 2);
29:48
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 31, Strain measurements (Part 2 of 2);
46:26
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 32, Optical measurements and Nanometrology (Part 1 of 3);
25:32
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 33, Optical measurements and Nanometrology (Part 2 of 3);
26:06
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 34, Optical measurements and Nanometrology (Part 3 of 3);
31:43
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 35, Statistics in Metrology, an intoduction (Part 1 of 2);
34:55
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 36, Statistics in Metrology, an intoduction (Part 2 of 2);
45:47
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 37, Data and scales in measurements;
31:00
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 38, Discrete and continuous data;
21:34
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 39, Statistics for metrology, fundamental concepts (Part 1 of 3);
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 40, Statistics for metrology, fundamental concepts (Part 2 of 3);
35:27
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 41, Statistics for metrology, fundamental concepts (Part 3 of 3);
23:36
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 42, Probability distributions for estimating measurement;
49:57
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 43, Normal distribution; Dr Amandeep Singh
47:05
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 44, Statistics for proportions;
21:31
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 45, Chi square distribution, and Data outlier detection;
21:50
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 46, Quality Control, introduction;
27:06
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 47, Quality Control, control charts for variables;
33:13
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 48, Quality Control, control charts for attributes;
36:32
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 49, Quality Control, critical aspects;
22:26
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 50, 3D measurements, Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM);h
24:33
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ENGINEERING METROLOGY-Lecture 51, Laboratory demonstration, Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM);
41:07

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