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Tuesday, 11 September 2018

Important Measuring Instrument and Their Measurement


Important Measuring Instruments and their Use
(Collected Important Measuring Instrument and Their Measurements)


Measuremetns

Measuring Device

A spoon used to measure an amount of an ingredient, either liquid or dry is measured by

Measuring spoon

Air pressure is measured by

Barometer

Alcoholic strength of liquids is measured by

Alcoholmeter

Altitude is measured by

Altimeter

Amount of sugar in a solution is measured by

Saccharometer

Angle of a slope is measured by

Inclinometer

Angles is measured by

Graphometer

Angles is measured by

Protractor

Atmospheric pressure is measured by

Mercury barometer

Blood glucose (diabetes) is measured by

Glucometer

Blood pressure is measured by

Sphygmomanometer

Breath alcohol content is measured by

Breathalyzer

Change in volume of a gas mixture following combustion is measured by

Eudiometer

Color is measured by

Colorimeter

Colour is measured by

Tintometer

Composition of gases is measured by

Katharometer

Degree of darkness in photographic or semitransparent material is measured by

Densitometer

Direct solar insolation is measured by

Pyrheliometer

Distance is measured by

Caliper

Distance is measured by

Tacheometer

Distance travelled is measured by

Odometer

Distance travelled, displacement is measured by

Taximeter

Electric charge is measured by

Electrometer

Electric current is measured by

Ammeter

Electric potential, voltage is measured by

Voltmeter

Electrical energy used is measured by

Electricity meter

Electrical potential, resistance, and current is measured by

Multimeter

Electrical power is measured by

Wattmeter

Electrical resistance is measured by

Ohmmeter

Electricity is measured by

Galvanometer

Electromagnetic radiation is measured by

Bolometer

Exposure to hazards, especially radiation is measured by

Dosimeter

Fermentation is measured by

Zymometer

Fluid density is measured by

Pycnometer

For measuring length is measured by

Ruler

Force, torque or power is measured by

Dynamometer

Frequency of alternating current is measured by

Frequency counter

Fuel level is measured by

Fuel gauge

Gap widths is measured by

Feeler gauge

Geometric locations is measured by

Universal measuring machine

Hearing is measured by

Audiometer

Heat of chemical reactions is measured by

Calorimeter

Heating power of sunlight is measured by

Actinometer

Height of a cloud base is measured by

Ceilometer

High temperatures is measured by

Pyrometer

Horizontal levels is measured by

Dumpy level

Humidity is measured by

Hygrometer

Humidity is measured by

Psychrometer

Illuminance or irradiance is measured by

Photometer

Ink is measured by

Inkometer

Integrity of fabric coverings on aircraft is measured by

Bettsometer

Intensity of light is measured by

Lux meter

Intensity of light as a function of wavelength is measured by

Spectrophotometer

Light (in photography) is measured by

Light meter

Liquid and dry goods is measured by

Measuring cup

listening to the internal sounds of an animal or human body is measured by

stethoscope

Location on earth's surface (used in naval navigation) is measured by

Sextant

Magnetic declination is measured by

Declinometer

Mass is measured by

Electronic stand

Mass flow rate of a fluid travelling through a tube is measured by

Mass flow meter

Masses of ions, used to identify chemical substances through their mass spectra is measured by

Mass spectrometer

Measurement of force is measured by

Load cell

Measuring angles in the horizontal and vertical planes is measured by

Theodolite

Mechanical properties of soil is measured by

Bevameter

Object range is measured by

Stadimeter

Ocean depth is measured by

Fathometer

Oscillations is measured by

Oscilloscope

Osmotic strength of a solution, colloid, or compound matter of an object is measured by

Osmometer

Particle in a liquid is measured by

Nephelometer

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