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Metrology and Instrumentation: Practical Applications for Engineering and Manufacturing

Samir Mekid
Samir Mekid
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
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Metrology’s measurement error is an important subset. Manufacturing of parts or artifacts will always result in dimensional lengths that are within or outside of the specified tolerance, so it is necessary to measure the current length and determine its true measurement. The measurement process, on the other hand, is always subject to some degree of uncertainty. Measurements are not exact, and they should be reported as a range of values rather than a single value. Several examples can be found in our daily lives. If amanufactured part is given to two technicians to be dimensioned, the results will be slightly...

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