Virtual Vernier Scale in thousandth inch 50 divisions - using
Using the vernier caliper in inch milesimal vernier scale with 50 divisions
Vernier or vernier is a technological device that increases the sensitivity of a measuring instrument, to subdivide the lower division it. In this simulator the vernier or vernier (rectangle below the scale) is fifty spaces between the vertical lines. This means that is divided by 50 to size 0.050in (fifty micro inches), which is the smallest of the main scale division.
In this simulation, the vernier or vernier is the low level, slipping below the main scale (fixed) measure the magnitude “inches” in decimal form (meaning inches (1 inch) is divided into ten divisions (the spaces long between the marks – 0.1in) which, in turn, are divided into two (the space between the short run), for a total of 20 divisions or 0.050 in); Figure 1.
The vernier or vernier has fifty rooms, so it divides the lower division of the main scale of fifty (0.050 in / 50 = 0.001 in) [| i | i | i | i | i | ] – Figure 2.
Reading is very simple -figure 3. Note that the zero (0) of vernier spent the seventh long dash (7in), became the third medium dash (0.3in), spent the first short dash (0.050in) and his twelfth trace aligned with another scale (0.012in). For reading just add. 7in + 0.3in + 0.050in + 0.012in = 7.362in
If zero vernier is between two lines of the main scale, check that the trace left is a subdivision (short dash – 0.050in) and some 0.050in all the inches, tenths of an inch and the value of the board to align Vernier (ugh ). In the example -figure 3
- a medida que estamos tomando é maior que 7 in e menor que 8in
- tomamos 7 in para iniciar a soma
- o zero do vernier passou o terceiro traço longo da escala principal
- 0.3 in
- o zero do vernier também passou o primeiro traço curto da escala principal
- 0.050 in
- o sexto traço do vernier alinhou na escala principal
- 0.012 in
- some os valores
- 7 in + 0.3 in + 0.050 in + 0.012 in = 7.362 in