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Experimental tools for Engineers, 8/e, bargains the broadest variety of experimental dimension thoughts on hand for mechanical and common engineering purposes. supplying transparent descriptions of the overall habit of other dimension suggestions, reminiscent of strain, stream, and temperature, the textual content emphasizes using uncertainty research and statistical facts research in estimating the accuracy of measurements. protecting its thorough insurance of thermal-fluid dimension strategies, the textual content keeps to stress experimental uncertainties as crucial components in test layout, execution, and software choice.

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