Bridge And Potentiometer Methods Of Electrical Measurements – Karandeyev

In this post, we will see the book Bridge And Potentiometer Methods Of Electrical Measurements by K. Karandeyev.

About the book

To sum up, our terms of reference will include the operating principles, basic features and techniques (including auxiliary apparatus) of the two important electrical methods of measurement: the bridge method and the potentiometer method, assuming that the measuring circuit is balanced by hand.

The book was translated from Russian by Boris Kuznetsov and was published in 1967 by Peace Publishers.

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Contents

Introduction 7

Chapter One. BASIC DEFINITIONS AND CONCEPTS 11

1-1. Classification of Methods of Measurement 11
1-2. General Remarks on Sensitivity 15

Chapter Two. PRIMARY AND SECONDARY STANDARDS OF ELECTRI­ CAL UNITS 20

2-1. General 20
2-2. Standards of Resistance 22
2-3. Standards of Capacitance 25
2-4. Standards of Inductance 27
2-5. Standards of E.M.F. 29

Chapter Three. DIRECT-CURRENT AND ALTERNATING-CURRENT NULL DETECTORS 31

3-1. Types of Null Detectors 31
3-2. The Moving-coil Galvanometer 34
3-3. Valve-type A. C. Null Detectors 39

Chapter Four. AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT 53

4-1. Types of Auxiliary Equipment. Requirements 53
4-2. D. C. Power Supplies  54
4-3. Voltage Stabilizers 56
4-4. A. C. Supplies 62
4-5. Auxiliary Amplifiers 67

Chapter Five. THE D.C. BRIDGE METHOD 70

5-1. The Bridge Circuit. Definition of the Bridge Method 70
5-2. The Four-arm (Wheatstone) Bridge 71
5-3. The Kelvin Double Bridge 78
5-4. The Sensitivity of D.C. Bridges 86
5-5. Unbalanced Bridges. Comparison Sets 94
5-6. Construction of D. C. Bridges 110

Chapter Six. ALTERNATING-CURRENT BRIDGE MEASUREMENTS 114

6-1. Properties and Classification of A. C. Bridges 114
6-2. The Sensitivity of A. C. Bridges 123
6-3. Balancing and Circle Diagrams of A.C. Bridges 134
6-4. Balance Convergence of A. C. Bridges 142
6-5. Independence of Adjustments and Measurement 151
6-6. Basic Types of A. C. Bridges 156
6-7. Quasi-balanced A. C. Bridges 180
6-8. A. C. Percentage Bridges 187

Chapter Seven. THE D. C. POTENTIOMETER METHOD193

7-1. Basic Principles and Development of the Potentiometer Method 193
7-2. Practical D. C. Potentiometers 210
7-3. The Sensitivity of D. C. Potentiometers 221
7-4. Applications of D. C. Potentiometers 227

Chapter Eight. THE ALTERNATING-CURRENT POTENTIOMETER METHOD 232

8-1. Special Features of the A.C. Potentiometer Method  232
8-2. Principles of Construction and Practical A.C. Potentiometers 236
8-3. Applications of A. C. Potentiometers 244

Chapter Nine. CONTROL OF STRAY EFFECTS 247

9-1. Principal Sources of Stray Effects 247
9-2. Control of Stray Effects in D. C. MeasuringCircuits 250
9-3. Control of Stray Effects in A.C. Measuring Circuits 252
Index 263

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