ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS

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Code
67753
ACADEMIC YEAR
2018/2019
CREDITS
1 credits during the 1st year of 9293 BIOMEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES (L/SNT3) GENOVA
SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
ING-INF/07
LANGUAGE
Italian
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (BIOMEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES)
semester
1° Semester
Teaching materials

OVERVIEW

The Electrical and Electronic Measurement Course proposes the study of the basics of electrical and electronic measurements, starting from the knowledge of the fundamental and derived units of measurement, from the measurement of uncertainty in the measure through the error statistic. It therefore envisages the study of basic electrical measurements, the study of information in Analogue and Digital signals, the main Analogue / Digital and Digital / Analogue conversion systems.

AIMS AND CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Acquire the foundations of the science of electrical and electronic measurements, with particular reference to error theory, instrumentation and the main measurement methods. Acquire knowledge in the fields of electrotechnics, electronics and related devices.

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

The aim of the course is to provide students with the fundamentals of the science of electrical engineering from the ohm law to the circuits resolution by Kirchoff and the general on electrical and electronic measurements, with particular reference to the generality of the measures, to know the basics of theory Errors, instrumentation and the main measurement methods. Teaching, while being basic, requires the acquisition of knowledge in the fields of electrotechnics, electromagnetism and electronics and their related devices.

Teaching methods

Teaching involves the acquisition of 1 CFU (25 hours) through a series of frontal lessons (10 hours) and 15 hours of individual study. The frontal lessons will be held by Prof. Deseri (contract professor).

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

Electromagnetic Complements

Basics of Electrotechnics
Ohm Act and resolution by kirchoff
About Condensers,
Looking at the forces and the magnetic fields

Introduction to Measures

General on Measures
Systemic Errors and Accidental Errors
Notes on the law of error propagation

Digital Electronics Bases

Binary arithmetic
Decimal / Binary and Binary / Decimal Conversion

Introduction to the Logical Project

Analog and logical proportions
Boolean algebra
Boolean equations
Simplification and minimization criteria (Karnaugh)

Conversion A/D and D/A

General information features
Discretization in time and amplitude
Sampling, Quantization and Conversion Errors
Electronic instruments (notes)

Examples of DAC Converters

Weigh-resistance converters
R-2R Network Scanners

Examples of ADC Converters

Converters with successive approximations
Simple Ramp Converters
Double Ramp Converters

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

Complete course deliveries are available at https://sanitarie.aulaweb.unige.it/mod/resource/view.php?id=13056 

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Ricevimento: Electrical engineer Sergio Deseri Email: sergio.deseri@unige.it Receive by appointment

LESSONS

Teaching methods

Teaching involves the acquisition of 1 CFU (25 hours) through a series of frontal lessons (10 hours) and 15 hours of individual study. The frontal lessons will be held by Prof. Deseri (contract professor).

LESSONS START

Lessons usually start in October-November of each academic year and end by December of the same year.

EXAMS

Exam description

Examination is done in writing.

The paper deals with the topics discussed during the frontal lesson and consists of a test with 10 open answer questions (3 points for each correct answer). Examples of questions will be provided during the last lectures and slides on the Aulaweb portal. The exam lasts approximately 2 hours. The evaluations considered sufficient, of the individual subjects of Electrical and Electronic Measures, will only be considered valid until the next appeal of. In which it was supported.

In addition to those programmed in C.I. Two additional exams for the winter session (mid January-February) and additional 3 summer (June, July and September) appeals will be available only for the Electrical and Electronic Measurements section. Extraordinary appeals will not be granted outside the periods set out in the regulation, except for exceptional cases previously evaluated by the C.I.

Assessment methods

Details on how to prepare for the exam and the degree to which each subject is discussed will be given during the lessons.

The examination will verify the actual acquisition by the student of the basic knowledge on electrical and electronic measures in the healthcare field. The student should be able to connect and integrate the knowledge learned during the internship activities with those provided during the front lessons. Problems and open questions will allow you to evaluate the ability to use knowledge in practical situations that may occur.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For information you can write to the Teacher at the email address: sergio.deseri@unige.it