METHODS OF CALIBRATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS release_psbjm5wmv5chrp5zujkkvz2igy

by Mihail Dona

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Volume 72 (2010)

Abstract

Una din problemele importante ale utilizatorilor de medii termostatate este aceea de a stabili cat mai exact caracteristicile metrologice ale acestora. Multe ramuri ale industriei solicita aceasta capabilitate, fiind astfel necesara o dezvoltare a unor metode de etalonare si caracterizare metrologica a mediilor termostatate in functie de aplicatiile utilizatorului. In acest articol se dezvolta patru tipuri de metode de etalonare si caracterizare metrologica a mediilor termostatate. Aceste metode sunt comparate din punct de vedere tehnic si economic luand in considerare numarul de traductoare, volumul util si incertitudinea de masurare astfel incat utilizatorul mediului termostatat sa poata alege metoda optima pentru aplicatiile sale. One of the important problems of today's temperature-controlled environments users is to establish with accuracy the metrological characteristics of those temperature-controlled environments. Many industries requires this capability, so it is necessary to develop methods for calibration and metrological characterization of temperature-controlled environments according to user applications. In this article are developed four types of calibration and metrological characterization methods of temperature-controlled environments. These methods are compared in terms of technical and economical aspects considering the number of transducers, useful volume of the temperature-controlled environment and measurement uncertainty, so that the temperature-controlled environments users can chose the optimal method for its applications.
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