Immediate Opening In Videcon Company For Instrumentation Engineers

Hello Friends, i am posting about  immediate opening in videcon company for instrumentation engineers and electronics engineers. For 2012 batches and also 2013 passed out candidates also apply.  So please hurry up!!!!All the best

Urgent opening for VIDECON LTD BE(EEE,ECE,EE)fresher 2011-13
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Role:
Electronics / Instrumentation Engineer
Experience:
 0 To 1 Years
Job Type:
Full Time
Job location:
Pune / Ahmedabad / Gandhinagar
Basic/UG qualification:
B.E/B.Tech
PG Qualification: 
 M.Tech
Key skills:
 GET
No. of vacancies:
 10+
Company name: *VIDECON LTD
Contact person: 9730308819
Address: 
Near Azad College USB/Atulya Careerline,Rozabagh Aurangabad-431001
MOB-9730308819
Atulya Careerline
Riyaj-9730308819
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Internships Program For Instrumentation Engineers

Hello Friends, i am posting a internships program for instrumentation engineers, and final year students who are looking for a company project with internship program. So please make use of it.

Internships @ Solitontech | A Bangalore based Company

What is this program about?
At Soliton, they  are constantly working on challenging engineering projects and development activities in various cutting edge technologies. Through their  internship program they  invite undergraduate, postgraduate, and Ph.D engineering students from reputed universities across the globe to come and be a part of this exciting work and apply the theory that has been learned in school to develop innovative solutions for real world applications. The student gets a chance to work closely with practicing engineers in Machine Vision, Computer Vision & LabVIEW during their internship at Soliton. This work (excluding any confidential portions) may be submitted to the college as the student's final semester project or masters research thesis.

What are the technologies that you can work on?
  • Computer Vision
  •  Machine Vision
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine Learning
  •  Automation
  • DSP, FPGA
  •  LabVIEW.

Interesting? So, who can apply?
Students who are pursuing UG, PG & Ph.D courses in engineering can apply for an internship at Soliton. For UG, a minimum of 4 semesters should have been completed.

When & how should you apply?
Internships at Soliton are open all days across the year. Drop in a mail at internships@solitontech.com with your resume. They  will respond with suitable project titles for which the applicant has to do some preliminary research and submit a brief proposal. The resume, proposal, and references will be used for the selection process.
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Jobs for instrumentation freshers

Hello Friends, i am posting jobs for instrumentation freshers with high salary. So please make use of it. All the best.

Instrumentation Engineer, Instrumentation Design Engineer
by PGL INDIA in Pune, Chandigarh, Faridabad
Experience: 0 to 5 yrs. | Salary: INR 6,00,000 - 11,00,000 P.A | Opening(s): 87
Job Description:
instrumentation engineer, instrumentation design engineer
Salary:
INR 6,00,000 - 11,00,000 P.A
Industry:
Consumer Electronics / Appliances / Durables
Functional Area:
Engineering Design, R&D
Role Category:
Engineering Design
Role:
Senior Design Engineer
Keyskills:
instrumentation engineer, instrumentation design engineer, design manager, structural design engineer, cad engineer, autocad, electrical design engineer, mechanical design engineer, electrical designer, instructional design, mechanical engineer
Desired Candidate Profile Education:
(UG - Any Graduate - Any Specialization, Graduation Not Required) AND (PG - Any Postgraduate - Any Specialization, Post Graduation Not Required) AND ( Doctorate - Any Doctorate - Any Specialization, Doctorate Not Required)
Please refer to the Job description above
Company Profile
PGL INDIA
PGL an ISO 9001:2000 Company Manufacturing Electronics and Home Appliances Products.
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Urgent requirement for instrumentation engineers

Hello Friends, i am posting a jobs for instrumentation engineers in Thermal power plants. So, please make use of it for your bright future. All the best..

Sr Engineer - Instrumentation (Utkal)
Application deadline 2013-08-05
Position description Position : Sr. Engineer - O&M (Instrumentation)
Reports to : HOD - Instrumentation
Location : UAIL, Tikri, Odisha
Responsibilities To plan, organise, coordinate, supervise and control instrumentation maintenance of various equipments related to thermal power plant, prepare maintenance schedule, co-ordinate with the contractors / external agencies, Rectification planning for defects identified in Condition Monitoring, Updation in Defect Register & Maintenance management software, Spares & Consumables planning for the accountable area, Preparation of purchase requisition, Prepare MIS reports, within the guidelines of Wartsila policies with the objective of ensuring smooth running of power plant and meeting Customer expectations
Requirements Graduate / Diploma Engineer in Instrumentation

5 - 8 years of experience at thermal power plants

Contact person to give further information Mr. Sudhakar Rao K
Country India
Job area Contract Delivery
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Anna University 4th Semster Transducer Engineering 2 marks - Unit 1

Hello Friends, i am posting 4th Semester Transducer Engineering Unit - 1 2 Marks Questions and Answers for the past four years. Please make use of it and score well in your exam.

UNIT 1

TRANSDUCER ENGINEERING

1) What is instrument ?
It is a device for determining the value or magnitude of a quantity or variable.

2) Add 826 ± 5 to 628 ± 3 ?
N1 = 826 ± 5 ( = ± 0.605%)
N2 = 628 ± 3 ( = ± 0.477%)
Sum = 1,454 ± 8 (=± 0.55%)

3) Subtract 628 ± 3 from 826 ± 5 ?
N1 = 826 ± 5 ( = ± 0.605%)
N2 = 628 ± 3 ( = ± 0.477%)
Difference = 198 ± 8 (= ± 4.04%)

4) List three sources of possible errors in instruments ?
(i) Gross Error (ii) Systematic (iii) Random errors.

5) Define Instrumental error ?
These are the errors inherent in measuring instrument because of their mechanical structure.

6) Define limiting error ?
Components are guaranteed to be within a certain percentage of rated value. Thus the manufacturer has to specify the deviations from the nominal value of a particular quantity.

7) Define probable error.?
It is defined as r = ± 0.6745s where s is standard deviation.Probable error has been used in experimental work to some extent in past, but standard deviation is more convenient in statistical work.

8) Define Environmental error ?
These are due to conditions in the measuring device, including conditions in thearea surrounding the instrument, such as the effects of changes in temperature,humidity.

9) Define arithmetic mean.?
The best approximation method will be made when the number of readings would give the best result,
X = arithmetic mean
x1,x2,xn = readings taken

10) Define average deviation.?
By definition, average deviation is the sum of absolute values of the value deviations divided by the number of reading.

11) Define units.?
It is necessary to define a physical quantity both in kind and magnitude in order touche this information for further proceedings. The standard measure of each kind of physical quantity is named as the unit.

12) Define Standards ?
The physical embodiment of a unit of measurement is a standard. For example,the fundamental unit of mass in the international system is the kilogram and defined as the mass of a cubic decimeter of water at its temperature of maximum density of 4°c.

13) Mention the purpose of the measurement.?

  • To understand an event or an operation.
  • To monitor an event or an operation.
  • To control an event or an operation.
  • To collect data for future analysis
  •  To validate an engineer design.

14) What are the methods of measurement ?
  • Direct comparison method
  • Indirect comparison method

15) Define ODDs ?

The specification of limiting error is in itself uncertain because the manufacture himself is not sure about the accuracy because of the presence of random errors.

16) Classify Standards ?
  •  International standards
  •  Primary standards
  •  Secondary standards
  •  Working standards

17) Define transducer and give an example ?
Transducer is a device which converts one form of energy into electrical energy. A thermocouple converts heat energy into electrical voltage.

18) Classify transducer ?
On the basis of transduction form used:
  • As primary and secondary transducers
  •  As active and passive transducers
  • As analog and digital transducers
  • As transducers and inverse transducers

19) What is primary transducer?
Bourdon tube acting as a primary transducer senses the pressure and converts the pressure into displacement. No output is given to the input of the bourdon tube. So it is called primary transducer. Mechanical device can act as a primary transducer.

20) What is secondary transducer?
The output of the Bourdon tube is given to the input of the LVDT. There are two stages of transduction, firstly the pressure is converted into a displacement by the Bourdon tube then the displacement is converted into analog voltage by LVDT. Here LVDT is called secondary transducer. Electrical device can act as a secondary transducer.

21) What is passive transducer?
In the absence of external power, transducer cannot work and it is called a passive transducer. Example: capacitive, inductive, resistance transducers.

22) What is active transducer?
In the absence of external power, transducer can work and it is called active transducer. Example velocity, temperature, light can be transduced with the help of an active transducer.

23) What is analog transducer?
These transducers convert the input quantity into an analog output which is a continuous function of time. Thus a strain gauge, an LVDT, a thermocouple or a thermistors may be called analog transducer, as they give an output which is a continuous function of time.

24) Give the classification of units ?
  • Absolute units
  • Fundamental and derived units
  • Electromagnetic units
  • Electrostatic units

25) Define Primary fundamental and auxiliary fundamental units ?
Fundamental units in mechanics are measures of length, mass and time and those are fundamental to most other physical quantities and hence they are called Primary fundamental units.
Measures of certain physical quantities in thermal, electrical and illumination fields are also represented by fundamental units and are used only where those disciplines are involved and hence called auxiliary fundamental units.

26) Define unit of mass preserved at International Bureau of weights and measures at Severes near Paris ?
The unit of mass is represented by a material standard: the mass of International prototype kilogram consisting of platinum Iridium hollow cylinder.

27) Define static calibration ?
It refers to a process in which all the inputs(desired,modifying,interfering) except one are kept at some constant values.

28) Define Traceability ?
The ability to trace the accuracy of the standard back to its ultimate source in fundamental standards of National Institute of Science and Technology is termed “Traceability”.

29) What are random errors or residual errors?
The happenings or disturbances about which we are unaware and lumped together are called random errors or residual errors.Since these errors remain even after the systematic errors are taken care of,they are called residual errors.

30) Give one property of piezo-electric crystal ?
When a force is applied to piezo-electric crystals, they produce an output voltage.

31) Define an Inverse transducer. Give an example ?
A device which converts an electrical quantity into a non-electrical quantity. A piezo-electric crystal acts as an inverse transducer because when a voltage is applied across its surfaces, it changes its dimensions causing a mechanical displacement.

32) List the factors responsible in selection of a transducer ?
  • Operating principle
  • Sensitivity
  • Operating range.
  • Accuracy.

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