Electrical Measurement Books

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We have compiled the list of Best Reference Books on Electrical Measurement subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of best books on Electrical Measurement along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Electrical Measurement subject and came out with a recommended list of best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on “Electrical Measurement” as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

List of Electrical Measurement Books with author’s names, publishers, and an unbiased review as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books.

1. Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement

1. “Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation” by Prithwiraj Purkait and Budhaditya Biswas

“Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation” Book Review: This book is designed to cover the syllabus of one semester for students of electrical engineering and other branches. It covers all the latest advancements taking place in the industries. This sector is growing because of its link to the power system. The book contains examples and illustrations for proper understanding of the students. This book is useful for the preparation of theory courses as well as competitive exams.

2. “A Course in Electronics and Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation” by J B Gupta

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“A Course in Electronics and Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation” Book Review: This book covers the basic concepts of electronics, electrical measurements and instrumentation. It explains different measurement systems and characteristics of instruments. It also lists the measurement systems errors, dimensions standards of measurement for accurate measurement. It covers various devices like electrical circuit components, resistors, inductors and capacitors. The book also covers the role of signal analyzers, amplifiers and signal conditioning electrical wave filters to analyse logic gates, boolean algebra and logic families digital measurement.

3. “Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation: JNTU” by K Lal Kishore

“Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation: JNTU” Book Review: This book is designed to cover the syllabus of 3rd year 1st semester ECE students of JNTU-Hyderabad. It is for the students of Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation branch. The book has 8 chapters covering all the practical and theoretical aspects of this subject. It contains various solved examples and illustrations explaining the concepts.

4. “Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation” by Bernard Oliver and John Cage

“Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation” Book Review: This book is suitable for those who want to learn concepts from electricity, electronics, and circuit theory. This book provides information on electronic instruments and measuring systems available today in a great detail.

5. “Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation Engineering” by Nilkanta Datta
6. “Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments” by F C Widdis and E W Golding

“Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments” Book Review: This book covers topics like electrostatic and electromagnetic theory, measurement of inductance, resistance and capacitance and high-voltage measurements and testing. The chapters contain information on Magnetic Measurement, Localization of Cable Faults, Electrical Methods of Measuring Temperature and many more. This book is suitable for electrical engineering and IEEE students. It contains a number of solved examples and illustrations for better understanding.

7. “Mechatronics: Electronic Control Systems in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering” by W Bolton

“Mechatronics: Electronic Control Systems in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering” Book Review: This book gives a broad introduction of Mechatronics. It explains in a practical approach. It also covers the key skills required to design Mechatronic systems. The book contains many case-studies and uses models to explain the concepts solidly. It has review questions and exercises at the end of each chapter to help students.

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2. Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements

1. “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements” by David A Bell

“Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements” Book Review: This textbook covers applications available for both analogue and digital meters and multimeters. It also provides information on the various devices and circuits used in electronic instruments. It also discusses digital frequency measurement and digital voltmeters. It also has measurement methods and measurement precision.

2. “Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation” by Sedha R S

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“Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation” Book Review: Textbook for B.E./B.Tech. students. The book contents are all about electronic measurements and instruments, how they work, for what they work, units, etc. The book includes examination questions, examination questions, multiple choice questions and theory type examination questions.

3. “Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques” by Helfrick

“Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques” Book Review: The book contains surveys from the simplest basic parameter measurement to large data collection of electronic instrumentation and measurement techniques. It also contains clarification and modernization to include new standards. It also has an introduction to the general problems of measurement. Advanced topics included are moving coil meters and modern electronics.

4. “A Course in Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation” by A K Sawhney

“A Course in Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation” Book Review: Textbook for electrical and electronic engineering students. The book is divided into two parts that include topics of measurements and instrumentation. Some of the contents are measurements and measurement systems, errors in measurements and their statistical analysis, analog instruments, galvanometer, etc. Some of the topics from part two are signal conditioning, data transmission and telemetry, microprocessors, data acquisition systems, etc.

5. “Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation for GTU (IV-ECE-2013 course)” by A V Bakshi U A Bakshi
6. “Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation” by Rajput R K

“Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation” Book Review: This book is designed for the undergraduate students of Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics & Electrical engineering. This book is written in a student friendly manner. Textbook for courses of B.E/B.Tech. The book has short answer questions, GATE and UPSC examination questions with answers and solutions. This book is mainly for ESE Aspirants, Engineering Students and Engineering Professionals, with an accelerated pace of learning, GATE/ESE aspirants of EE/EC/IN/CS. This book includes a set of 200 plus new questions together with meticulous solutions. This book also includes the concepts of DIGITAL ELECTRONICS within the grasp of students and put them at natural ease to take competitive exams. It also has simple diagrams and a large number of solved examples. At the end of each chapter, highlights, theoretical questions and unsolved examples have also been added. The book is divided in three parts that include electrical and electronic measurements and measuring instruments, electrical and electronic instrumentation. The contents of the book are based on units, dimensions and standards, basic and digital electronics, cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO), digital instruments, potentiometers, etc. It also has topics like sensors and transducers, signal conditioning, data acquisition systems and conversion, data transmission and telemetry, display devices and recorders, etc.

7. “Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation” by Chiranjib Koley and Prithwiraj Purkait

“Electrical and Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation” Book Review: Book for students of electrical engineering and allied branches. The book contains about rapid advancements taking place in modern electrical and allied industries, and its interconnection with power systems. It has both theoretical and analytical approaches, examples and illustrations. It also has questions for competitive examinations.

8. “Electronics Measurement And Instrumentation (Analog And Digital)” by Talbar Sanjay N
9. “Elements of Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements” by Debashis De and Kamakhya Prasad Ghatak

“Elements of Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements” Book Review: It is a book for core science and technology courses in engineering. The book contains all the basics needed to study electronics. It has topics like gates, units, standards, energy levels, electron emission, etc. It also covers some laws like gauss’s law, ohm’s law, kirchhoff’s circuit law, faraday’s law, coulomb’s law of electrostatics, lenz’s law, etc.

10. “Measurement Techniques in Industrial Instrumentation” by S K Sen

“Measurement Techniques in Industrial Instrumentation” Book Review: The book has chapters on static and dynamic characteristics. It also covers mathematical modelling of the behaviour of the measuring system and selection of proper instruments. It also has chapters on instrument symbols, PFDs and P and IDs. Graphic symbols, functional diagramming techniques, identification codes, function blocks, standard connecting lines etc. are also covered.

11. “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques” by W D Cooper and A D Helfrick

Book Review: This book is an updated version of the book Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques. The book starts with the information about the simplest basic parameter measurement and goes till large data collection of electronic instrumentation and measurement techniques along with the clarification and modernization to include new standards. The book does not contain information about coil meters since it is obsolete.

12. “Digital Instrumentation” by A J Bouwens


3. Electrical Engineering and Instrumentation

1. “Digital Electronics DRILL (200 plus New Questions with Meticulous Solutions) for GATE/ESE-2018” by A K Tripathi M D Mechasoft Publishers,Allahabad and Chandan Gupta (IES officer at Telecom services)
2. “Projects in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Computer Engineering” by Bhattacharya S K and Chatterjee S

“Projects in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Computer Engineering” Book Review: This book is designed for the undergraduate students of Engineering. This book is also useful for B.E. B.Tech. & M. Tech. students of Instrumentation branch. This book is written in a student friendly manner. This book gives deep knowledge about Devices and System of Instrumentation. This new edition of book focuses on breakthroughs in the field of instrumentation. This book includes the revised view of the onset of many solid-state devices with high accuracy. Additionally, the availability of latest electronic chips for faster data collection, with full compatibility for microprocessor interfacing.

3. “Instrumentation: Devices and Systems” by Sarma G and V S V Mani

“Instrumentation: Devices and Systems” Book Review: This book is designed for the undergraduate students of Electronics & Electrical engineering. This book is written in a student friendly manner. This book is written to gather the requirements of a compulsory course for students of Electrical Engineering and allied branches. This book includes topics like the rapid advancements taking place in modern electrical and allied industries, and its interconnection with power systems. Additionally, the subject of electrical and electronic measurement is gaining an ever-increasing importance. This book focuses on a blend of theoretical and analytical approach. In this book, examples and illustrations are added with the requirement of a student. This book is useful for a practitioner as well as those only preparing for competitive examinations.

3. “Electrical Measurement and Control (WBSCTE)” by S K Bhattacharya and S Bhattacharya

“Electrical Measurement and Control (WBSCTE)” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive guide to electric measurement and control. It explains the basic signal conditioning processes, data transmission techniques, data storage and display devices. The readers will understand the working of control devices used in motor controls and process controls. They will know how to represent a control system in a simplified block diagram form using transfer function. The readers will also learn how to determine the stability conditions of a system using stability study criteria and explain the use of different types of controllers. The book is useful for electrical engineering students, practitioners, developers, scientists and researchers.


4. Applied Electronics and Instrumentation

1. “Applied Electronics And Instrumentation” by Dhir S M
2. “Applied Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement” by David M Buchla and Wayne McLachlan

“Applied Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement” Book Review: This book explains the principles of measurement, instruments, and instrumentation, a systems viewpoint. It also covers the analysis of measurement problems associated with systems.

3. “Electronics and Instrumentation for Audiologists” by Paul James Moser

“Electronics and Instrumentation for Audiologists” Book Review: This book provides information on the variety of applications of electronics and audiology which are often eliminated from other books. It discusses the operation of various instruments used in audiology applications. It contains pertinent equations, various numerical examples, and different practice exercises. The book also highlights details of electronics and instrumentation including the difficult concepts of electrical impedance and acoustic impedance. In addition, it contains high-quality drawings to illustrate electronic concepts clearly and accurately with precise language. It is valuable for graduate-level courses on applications of modern electronics in both hearing aids and diagnostic instruments.

4. “Instrumentation: A Reader” by R Loxton and P Pope

“Instrumentation: A Reader” Book Review: This book illustrates concepts of latest practice and applications of instrumentation. It provides different examples of general transduction techniques, of the sensing of particular measures. It also explains components of instrumentation systems and of instrumentation practice in two very different environments, the food industry and the nuclear power industry. It is designed for students of instrumentation practising engineers. It is also useful for scientists wishing to glean ideas from areas of instrumentation outside their own fields of expertise.

5. “Instrumentation in Applied Nuclear Chemistry” by Jan Krugers

“Instrumentation in Applied Nuclear Chemistry” Book Review: This book bridges the gap between two sciences chemistry and electronics. The book begins with a complete understanding of applied nuclear chemistry and what kind of equipment is generally used. It provides a theoretical background with the practical implementations. The other part of the book focuses on practical instrumentation of the experiments. Every chapter contains specific types of instruments and devices, discusses the electronics involved. It also highlights the limitations, and demonstrates how and to what extent they can be circumvented.


4. Applied Electricity and Electrical Measurements

1. “Electricity Applied to Marine Engineering” by W Laws
2. “Applied Electricity and Electronics” by Clair A Bayne

“Applied Electricity and Electronics” Book Review: This book provides numerous instructional resources that support each chapter of the textbook. It contains different teaching strategies, test masters, answer keys, introductory activities and additional resources. All the resources are conveniently grouped together and well-organized.

3. “High-speed pulse techniques (Applied electricity and electronics)” by J A Coekin
4. “A Handbook for EMC Testing and Measurement (Iet Electrical Measurement Series)” by David Morgan

“A Handbook for EMC Testing and Measurement (Iet Electrical Measurement Series)” Book Review: This book discusses how equipment can be verified by testing. It explains the nature of EMC standards worldwide and illustrates testing methods and their conduct and accuracy in-depth. It also covers topics such as electrostatic discharge, nuclear electromagnetic pulse and lightning. The book is useful for equipment manufacturers, EMC test engineers, project managers and company administrators. It contains the testing of both military and commercial electronic equipment. It highlights the nature of EMC test equipment and how to use it to make reliable measurements.

5. “Instrumentation and Measurement in Electrical Engineering” by Roman Malaric
6. “Electrical Measurements” by Frank
7. “Electrical Measurements” by Forest K Harris
8. “Electrical Measurement, Signal Processing, and Displays (Principles and Applications in Engineering)” by John G Webster

“Electrical Measurement, Signal Processing, and Displays (Principles and Applications in Engineering)” Book Review: This book explains the use of instruments and techniques for practical measurement of electromagnetic variables. It discusses the signal processing equipment and parameters, and various types of displays, from cathode ray tubes to LED devices. Every chapter is well organized and contains Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors Handbook with revised text. The book is concise, well-illustrated and highly organized with practical reference. It provides the principles, formulas, and equations for engineers and scientists. It helps readers to solve the instrumentation and measurement questions they encounter in practice.

9. “A Course in Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation” by A K Sawhney
10. “Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments” by Rajput R K

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