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Practical Density Measurement and Hydrometry

Practical Density Measurement and Hydrometry

S.V Gupta
July 21, 2002

The introduction of the ISO 9000 quality standard resulted in renewed interest and pressure on industry to strengthen their quality and metrology standards. To meet this renewed interest Practical Density Measurement and Hydrometry provides invaluable, contemporary information on mass metrology....

Evaluating the Measurement Uncertainty: Fundamentals and Practical Guidance

Evaluating the Measurement Uncertainty: Fundamentals and Practical Guidance

I Lira
April 09, 2002

It is now widely recognized that measurement data should be properly analyzed to include an assessment of their associated uncertainty. Since this parameter allows for a meaningful comparison of the measurement results and for an evaluation of their reliability, its expression is important not only...

Information and Measurement, 2nd Edition

Information and Measurement, 2nd Edition

J.C.G Lesurf
October 31, 2001

Information technology is arguably the most important scientific topic needed for understanding and participating in our increasingly complex technological world. Using simple physical arguments and extensive examples, Information and Measurement, Second Edition shows how this theory can be put...

SQUIDs, the Josephson Effects and Superconducting Electronics

SQUIDs, the Josephson Effects and Superconducting Electronics

J.C Gallop
January 01, 1991

The science of superconducting electronics was first developed over forty years ago, fifty years after the discovery of superconductivity. Since then, a wide range of applications has emerged, and more are envisaged within this ever expanding and exciting field. SQUIDs, the Josephson Effects and...

Uncertainty, Calibration and Probability: The Statistics of Scientific and Industrial Measurement

Uncertainty, Calibration and Probability: The Statistics of Scientific and Industrial Measurement

C.F Dietrich
January 01, 1991

All measurements are subject to error because no quantity can be known exactly; hence, any measurement has a probability of lying within a certain range. The more precise the measurement, the smaller the range of uncertainty. Uncertainty, Calibration and Probability is a comprehensive treatment of...

Physical Acoustics and Metrology of Fluids

Physical Acoustics and Metrology of Fluids

Martin Trusler
January 01, 1991

The interaction of sound waves with the medium through which they pass can be used to investigate the thermophysical properties of that medium. With the advent of modern instrumentation, it is now possible to determine the speed and absorption of sound with extremely high precision and, through the...

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