What is the difference between metrology and measurement?

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  • #4983 Reply

    what is the difference between metrology and measurement

    #4984 Reply

    Metrology is the study of measuring devices and its developmental needs

    #4989 Reply

    i want the engineering difference between the two my friend, its a 4 marks question


    #8018 Reply

    measurement is the process through which a value of variable or constant measure while the metro logy is providing the basic rule by which the measurement will accurate.

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     Matthews Dave

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