In physics, Scalar and Vector are two distinct quantities of measurements. In this article, we are going to discuss the definitions with the examples. Scalar and Vector Definitions Scalar is a single dimension quantity whereas the Vector is a two-dimensional quantity. Scalar has a magnitude and vector will have both magnitude and direction. Make sense?…… No? …… […]
Mechanical Engineering is the discipline that applies engineering, physics, and materials science principles to design, analyze, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems. It is one of the oldest and broadest of the engineering disciplines.
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Topic: Micrometer, Working Principle, construction, Reading measurements. The Micrometer is known for screw gauge because a calibrated screw is used for precise measurements. The accuracy of the micrometre screw gauge is 0.01. This is very high accuracy compared to the vernier calliper accuracy 0.02. Most of the engineering works have to require more precession. so screw gauge is […]
In Metrology The least count of an instrument is the smallest change in the value that can be measured with the measuring instrument. Least count for Steel Ruler For example in a Steel Ruler, there are twenty divisions between each 10-millimetre scale reading. So the least count for this steel ruler is 0.5 millimetre. The formula for […]
In metrology, Vernier calliper is a precision measuring device used to measure the dimensions of the workpiece with high accuracy and precision. The construction and working principle of vernier caliper is explained in the previous article (Click here). In this article, we are going to discuss the different Vernier Caliper types. Vernier Caliper Types According to […]
In Metrology, the Surface gauge is a non-precision instrument, Used to draw the parallel lines and to find the centre of round section material. Simply it is used to scribe parallel lines on the workpiece. Why do we need to draw parallel lines or finding the centre of the cylindrical object? the answer is to set the Tool and […]