Instrumentation is the practice of measuring, managing, and controlling different processes in an industrial environment to maintain accurate and reliable conditions. Professionals in the field often work in areas like railways, health care, gas industry, oil and gas production, and more. An Instrumentation Expert will bring vast experience with industrial processes and systems by planning, installing, calibrating and verifying the measurement accuracy of instruments. They also monitor system performance during different stages of a process using advanced software and instruments.
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- Developing medical devices and signal processing filters
- Producing musical tracks with brass instruments
- Creating explanatory videos about vacuum evaporators
- Designing circuitries for flow control
- Building a simulation model for smart thermometers
- Drawing Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams for infrastructures
- Writing reports about Machine Learning & Flow Control
- Looking for digital sample libraries for music production
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I have a drop tower and wish to measure the impact transient as a weight is dropped onto a helmet. One accelerator above the helmet cushion and one below to determine the effectiveness of the cushion. I would like to capture the data and print out a curve of the transient at will. This would be the first and most elementary step. Addition engineering work will be required as the project progresses.