It is essential to measure things accurately and to understand their engineering characteristics for successful use. This course focuses on understanding the fundamental principles in the measurement of physical quantities which are important in engineering, and covers basic electric and electronic circuits and applied analytical instruments. Additionally, this course allows students to understand the preconditions for measurements, differences between theory and reality, accuracy and error, and the relation between measurement and design.
This is an introductory course to understand the importance of other courses in the Department of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering.
Students will be able to understand the concepts of accuracy, error, noise, standard, uncertainty, and the measurement principles of physical quantities and analytical instruments in this course, so that they can acquire the ability to understand the real meaning of measurement results. This course does not however include proficiency in the operation of measurement instruments.
Measurement, Accuracy, Error, Electric and Electronic Circuit, Analysis
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||✔ Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Omnibus lecture by six instructors.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction and Error Theory (Noise, Accuracy・Resolution, Standard, Uncertainty) (Takada)||Explain the error.|
|Class 2||Operational Amplifier (Takada)||Explain the operational amplifier.|
|Class 3||Counter Circuit (Takada)||Explain the counter circuit.|
|Class 4||Current, Voltage, High-Frequency Wave (Iio)||Explain the measurement principle of current, voltage, high-frequency wave.|
|Class 5||Electric Field, Magnetic Field, Light and Electromagnetic Wave (Iio)||Explain the measurement principle of electric field, magnetic field, light and electromagnetic wave.|
|Class 6||Position, Displacement, Distance, Velocity, Acceleration (Takahashi)||Explain the measurement principle of position, displacement, distance, velocity, acceleration.|
|Class 7||Mass, Force, Pressure, Fluid (Akita)||Explain the measurement principle of mass, force, pressure, fluid.|
|Class 8||Exercise||Exercise for class 1 to class 7|
|Class 9||Energy, Temperature (Hayashizaki)||Explain the measurement principle of energy, temperature.|
|Class 10||Radiation (Hayashizaki)||Explain the measurement principle of radiation.|
|Class 11||Shape (Optical Microscope, Scanning Probe Microscope, Surface Roughness Meter, Scanning Electron Microscope, Transmission Electron Microscope) (Takayama)||Explain the optical microscope, scanning probe microscope, surface roughness meter, scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope.|
|Class 12||Elemental Analysis (1)（EPMA，EDS(X)，XPS（ESCA），AES，etc.）(Takayama)||Explain the EPMA，EDS(X)，XPS（ESCA），AES.|
|Class 13||Elemental Analysis (2)（X-ray Diffraction，EBSP，RBS，etc.）(Takayama)||Explain the X-ray Diffraction，EBSP，RBS.|
|Class 14||Chemical Analysis (1)（FTIR, ICP, Raman Spectrometry，etc.）(Takayama)||Explain the FTIR, ICP, Raman Spectrometry.|
|Class 15||Chemical Analysis (2)（Chromatography，etc.）(Takayama)||Explain Chromatography.|
Text book specified by each instructor.
Each instructor will provide a handout.
Achievement of student learning outcome will be evaluated with results of exercise (50%) and exam (50%).