Journal of Measurements in Engineering (JME) ISSN (Print) 2335-2124, ISSN (Online) 2424-4635 publishes articles describing contributions in the general field of measurements in/and engineering applications. It is indexed in Clarivate Analytics (Emerging Sources Citation Index - ESCI) and other major scientific databases. JME welcomes theoretical papers aimed at winning further understanding of fundamentals of measurements and associated technologies, including, but not restricted to, general principles of measurement and instrumentation, sensors and systems modelling, data acquisition, processing and evaluation. JME covers practical aspects and applications with contributions on measurement technology and engineering applications, including, but not restricted to, non-destructive measurement of vibrations, thermal, acoustic, optical and laser based measurement of engineering and biomedical systems in nano, micro and macro scales.
Established in 2013 and published 4 times a year (quarterly).
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Experimental analysis of cutting force during machining difficult to cut materials under dry, mineral oil, and TiO2 nano-lubricant
I. P. Okokpujie, L. K. Tartibu
Difficult-to-machine materials, e.g., Titanium alloys, are highly applicable in diverse industries that yield strength and wear resistance. However, they prove difficult to machine due to high vibration, leading to high cutting forces during the machining process. This vibration occurs from chip discontinuity and thereby leads to high friction between the cutting tool and workpiece. In order to minimize these challenges, lubricants are employed in machining operations to reduce frictional and ot
Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. 9, Issue 4, 2021, p. 218-230.
Song Yucong, Guo Shuqing
The substantial increase in the number of motor vehicles in recent years has caused many traffic safety problems and has aroused widespread concern. As the basis of intelligent vehicle environment perception and a necessary condition for realizing the functions of assisted driving system, traffic sign recognition is of great significance for realizing automatic driving of vehicles, improving intelligent transportation systems, and promoting the development of smart cities.This paper mainly ident
Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. 9, Issue 3, 2021, p. 142-155.
Lucky A. Ishaku, David Hutson, Des Gibson
Instead of the conventional use of micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) hotplate for metal oxide semiconductor (MOS) or nondispersive infrared (NDIR) gas sensing, it was used for photoacoustic (PA) gas sensing. A low-cost MEMS microphone was used for the development of this MEMS hotplate PA carbon dioxide (CO2) sensor. To the knowledge of the authors, this is the first time that a MEMS hotplate and a MEMS microphone are combined for use in gas sensing with high modulation frequency. NDIR senso
Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. 9, Issue 2, 2021, p. 95-105.
Václav Otipka, Roman Zajac, Aleš Prokop, Kamil Řehák
Injection systems of modern commercial vehicle power units are still a frequent topic for development engineers in terms of durability and reliability. Therefore, the content of this study is just an investigation of the dynamic behaviour of high-pressure injection pipes of a four-cylinder combustion engine. The modal properties of the injection tubes are evaluated by experimental modal analysis (EMA). Another phase of the measurements is the sensing and analysing of the acceleration on each inj
Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. 9, Issue 1, 2021, p. 48-57.
Alexander Czakó, Kamil Řehák, Aleš Prokop, Vinayak Ranjan
At present, increasing emphasis is being placed on low noise levels, especially in the automotive industry. One of the dominant sources of noise (and vibration) in vehicles (with an electric motor as well as an internal combustion engine) is the transmission system. In order to effectively reduce vibration and noise of gears and transmission systems, some important gear parameters should be determined / measured. One of these parameters is the static transmission error, which is addressed in thi
Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 4, 2020, p. 167-181.
Monzer Krishan, Ahmad Alkhawaldeh, Abdel-Hamid Soliman
Sensors become integrated through the control condition arrangement, either for visual, mechanical, biological, or chemical applications. New stuff is designed for detection, such as Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors (DMS), which are considered attractive candidates that consist of traditional 111- V, II-VI, or group IV semiconductors. Manganese Mn-doped GaN (Mn.Gac.N) epitaxial velum has unique magnetic, visual and chemical properties for the control of systems intelligently in detector design. T
Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 3, 2020, p. 90-97.
Dongfeng Zhang, Jiacheng Zhou, Kuanmin Mao
In order to study the effect of different bolts tightening sequences on the stress of bolts work-piece, the finite element simulation and stress test experiments are adopted. Three types of bolt work-piece: two, five, and frame type bolts work-pieces are studied under different tightening sequences. The stress values and distribution are obtained under different tightening sequences by simulation. It is observed that the stress distribution tendency of bolts work-piece has little change under di
Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 2, 2020, p. 46-61.
A reference-beam multi-slit autocollimator built using off-the-shelf components with variable number of slits and increased sensitivity at frequencies from 1 to 100 Hz
Nikolaus Dragostinoff, David Alexander Müller, Nicole Plank
Optical levers for precision angle measurement have the advantage of exerting only a negligible force on the object being measured. Also, in autocollimating configuration, optical levers are insensitive to longitudinal movements of the target mirror. In this article, a reference-beam multi-slit autocollimator with variable number of slits, built from cost-effective off-the-shelf components, is presented. Further, an optimized algorithm for data processing is introduced, reducing computational ef
Journal of Measurements in Engineering, Vol. 8, Issue 1, 2020, p. 15-26.