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What You Will Learn
This course is broken into four parts which include:
The primary objective for the first day is the presentation of a step by step method
for performing an uncertainty analysis. This is accomplished with extensive detail
based on three independent examples. In parallel, the statistical concept of the
standard deviation is introduced and developed based on computer simulation. While
the step by step method is based on the new "ISO GUM" it is also applicable to the
Statistical Process Control (SPC) has long been recognized as a valuable tool in
manufacturing operations. The application of SPC techniques to instrument calibration
and uncertainty is discussed in Part 2. Three examples that progressively become
more complex, are used to teach this subject. Two are based on pressure transducers,
the third is based on flowmeter calibration. Techniques are discussed that monitor
the state of control, define components of uncertainty, and identify long and short
term random effects.
The third part consists of a variety of shorter subjects. Youden analysis aids in
the identification of uncertainty sources. Risk management involves the uncertainty
issues associated with defining pass/fail criteria. Traceability includes uncertainty
components associated with calibration. Other subjects include correlation, regression,
and uncertainty intervals.
Part 4 provides example analyses of the instruments and components that make up
a larger uncertainty analysis. Instrumentation includes pressure transducers, flowmeters,
voltmeters and electronic counters. The discussion includes comparisons between
instrumentation with different performance specifications. This part of the course
also includes uncertainty associated with equations of state.
Who Should Attend?
This course is applicable for senior technicians, research staff, or flow meter
manufacturers. In addition, managers of measurement or quality control staff of
would find this course beneficial.
This course is instructor led, but is available also as an on-site training course
. A printed
copy of course notes is included.
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