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LESSON 1. Principles of Measurement. Let the Games Begin!. Objectives. Measurement of temperature and pressure Units of measurement Measurement devices. References. Introduction to Naval Engineering Principles of Naval Engineering. Purpose of Measuring Devices.

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Principles of Measurement

Let the Games Begin!

• Measurement of temperature and pressure

• Units of measurement

• Measurement devices

• Introduction to Naval Engineering

• Principles of Naval Engineering

• Why essential to proper operation of propulsion plants?

• An indication of the internal energy contained in a substance

• Mono-Atomic Gases: Linearly proportional

• Poly-Atomic Gases: translational, rotational and vibrational kinetic energy.

• Temp is a measure of but not directly proportional to internal kinetic energy.

• Relative Scales

• Fahrenheit (°F)

• Celsius (°C)

• Absolute Scales

• Rankine (°R)

• Kelvin (K)

(°F) = 9/5*(°C) +32

(°C) = 5/9*[(°F) –32]

(°F) = (°R) – 459.67

(°C) = (K) – 273.15

• Definition: Force per unit area

• Units of measurement

• Pounds force per square inch (psi)

• Inches Hg or inches H2O (“Hg)

• Atmospheres (atm)

• Gage pressure (PSIG)

• Absolute pressure (PSIA)

• Vacuum pressure (PSIV) or (in Hg)

• Atmospheric pressure (14.7 psi)

Absolute Pressure = Atmospheric Press. + Gage Press.

Vacuum = Atmospheric Pressure - Absolute Pressure

30 PSIA

15.3 PSIG

GAGE

PRESSURE

(PSIG)

ABSOLUTE

PRESSURE

(PSIA)

Atmospheric Pressure

14.7 PSIA

0 PSIG

(Average at Sea Level)

0 In. Hg

VACUUM

(in. Hg)

0 PSIA

29.92 In. Hg

Principle of OperationTemperature Devices

• Expansion Thermometers

• Liquid in glass

• Bimetallic

• Pyrometers

• Thermocouple

• Resistance

• Liquid in Glass

• Bimetallic

• Liquid in Glass

• Bimetallic

• Liquid in Glass

• Bimetallic

• Liquid in Glass

• Bimetallic

• Thermocouple

• Resistance

• Thermocouple

• Resistance

• Thermocouple

• Resistance

• Thermocouple

• Resistance

• Manometers

• Bourdon tube

• Bellows gage

• Manometers

• Bourdon tube

• Bellows gage

• Manometers

• Bourdon tube

• Bellows gage

• Manometers

• Bourdon tube

• Bellows gage