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  • Glass, Film, and Other Nonconductive Material Measurement with Capacitive Sensors
    the measurement.
  • Microwave Material Measurements Without Cables
    Measuring the performance of microwave materials requires a test apparatus that includes a measurement fixture and a microwave analyzer, which are usually connected with microwave or radio frequency (RF) cables. These RF cables are the bane of many measurement scenarios and can be a significant
  • Material Friction Coefficient and Temperature
    Abstract: This article briefs on the influence of temperature fluctuation on friction coefficient of material. It also analyzes the actual testing requirements on film friction coefficient in actual application. The coefficient of friction is a measurement of frictional force between two surfaces
  • Conductive Material Thickness Measurement with Capacitive Sensors
    Details two methods of capacitive, noncontact thickness measurement of a conductive target: Single Channel (Good), and Dual-Channel (Best). The high resolution of capacitive sensors results in accurate, high resolution, noncontact measurement of thickness.
  • Communications Network Test and Measurement Handbook
    Communications Network Test and Measurement Handbook. Providing coverage of all the methodologies, data, and reference material necessary to master network instrumentation, this handbook will help engineers discover how to apply the test, measurement, and monitoring tools critical to network
  • Measurement and Control Basics, Fourth Edition
    valuable as a concise and easy-to-read reference source on the subject. This new edition provides expanded coverage of pressure, level, flow,. temperature, analytical measurement, and process control computers. Material on the proper tuning of control loops was added to Chapter 1,. and expanded coverage
  • Hardness Measurement: Invisible to the Human Eye
    Material property analysis and hardness measurement provide a broad spectrum of data to a wide variety of markets. Traditionally hardness has been defined as the resistance of a material to permanent penetration by another harder material. Hardness results performing Rockwell, Vickers and Brinell
  • Continuous Improvement of Material Characterization Methodology through Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility Studies
    , we present the use of ANOVA-based "Gage R&R" (repeatability and reproducibility) studies as the main analytical tool for the evaluation of our XRD, sheet resistance, and PL measurement processes. The results of early Gage studies for some of the measured material parameters revealed

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