Handbook of Surface Metrology
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Handbook of Surface Metrology

David J. Whitehouse (University of Warwick, Coventry, UK)

Written by the leading authority in the subject, Handbook of Surface Metrology covers every conceivable aspect of measuring and characterizing a surface. Focusing both on theory and practice, the book provides useful guidelines for the design of precision instruments and presents data on the functional importance of surfaces. It also clearly explains the essential theory relevant to surface metrology. The book defines most terms and parameters according to national and international standards. Many examples and illustrations are drawn from the esteemed author’s large fund of groundbreaking research work. This unparalleled, all-encompassing metrology bible is beneficial for engineering postgraduate students and researchers involved in tribology, instrumentation, data processing, and metrology.

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