Measurement systems and data handling TX00DF36-3001 26.08.2019-22.12.2019 5 credits(ENE18, ...)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
The student will be familiar with the fundamentals of measurement technology. The student knows the most important sensors, transducers and measuring instruments. The student can process measurement data.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The student can understand simple natural scientific phenomena and the student has the basic mathematical and science skills needed to calculate physical phenomena.
Course contents
-Common sensors, transducers, signal condition and processing
-Basics of measuring
-Pollution measuring
-Standards
-Mathematic theory of measurements and signal condition
Assessment criteria
Satisfactory
The student is able to define or describe the subject matter related to the concepts and phenomena qualitatively and calculate the associated basic quantitative comparisons and calculations.
Good
The student is able to apply, calculate, change and choose the concepts related to the matter and phenomena qualitatively and calculate the basic quantitative calculations as well as to complete and produce the necessary information for the calculations.
Excellent
The students is able to categorize, collect, combine and generalize the concepts related to the matter and phenomena qualitatively and calculate the basic quantitative calculations as well as derive and rearrange given basic information.
Name of lecturer(s)
Erkki Räsänen
Mode of delivery
Face-to-face
Language of instruction
Tuition in Finnish
Timing
26.08.2019 - 22.12.2019
Enrollment date
27.08.2019 - 30.08.2019
Group(s)
ENE18
YMP18
TXO18S1
Seats
0 - 82
Unit, in charge
School of Smart and Clean Solutions
Teacher(s)
Erkki Räsänen
Degree Programme
Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology