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The Resource The quality of measurements : a metrological reference, A.E. Fridman ; translated by Andrew Sabak and Paul Makinen

The quality of measurements : a metrological reference, A.E. Fridman ; translated by Andrew Sabak and Paul Makinen

Label
The quality of measurements : a metrological reference
Title
The quality of measurements
Title remainder
a metrological reference
Statement of responsibility
A.E. Fridman ; translated by Andrew Sabak and Paul Makinen
Creator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • rus
  • eng
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Fridman, A. E
Index
no index present
Language note
Translated from the Russian
Literary form
non fiction
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Metrology
Label
The quality of measurements : a metrological reference, A.E. Fridman ; translated by Andrew Sabak and Paul Makinen
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
1. Basic Concepts in Metrology -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Properties and Quantities -- 1.3. Magnitude and Value of a Quantity. Units of Measurement for Quantities. Reference Scales for Quantities -- 1.4. Measurement -- 1.5. Measurement Method and Procedure -- 1.6. Measuring Instruments -- 1.6.1. Measuring Transducers -- 1.6.2. Measures -- 1.6.3. Measuring Devices -- 1.6.4. Measuring Installations and Measuring Systems -- 2. Measurement Errors -- 2.1. Classification of Measurement Errors -- 2.2. Laws of Random Measurement Error Distribution -- 2.2.1. Some Information from the Theory of Probability -- 2.2.2. The Normal Distribution Law -- 2.2.3. Generalized Normal Distribution Law -- 2.2.4. Basic Statistical Distributions Applied in Processing Measurement Results -- 2.3. Systematic Measurement Errors -- 2.3.1. Systematic Errors Due to the Properties of Measurement Equipment and the Measurement Conditions Deviating from Normal Conditions -- 2.3.2. Normalizing Metrological Characteristics of Measuring Equipment -- 2.3.3. Measurement Method Errors -- 2.3.4. Systematic Errors Due to Operator's Inaccurate Performance -- 2.3.5. Elimination of Systematic Errors -- 3. Measurement Uncertainty -- 3.1. Error and Uncertainty -- 3.2. Classification of Measurement Uncertainties -- 3.3. Procedure for Evaluation of the Uncertainty of the Measurement Result -- 4. Methods for Estimation of Measurement Results and Their Uncertainties -- 4.1. Elimination of Outliers from the Measurement Series -- 4.2. Check of the Hypothesis about the Normal Distribution of Experimental Data -- 4.3. Direct Multiple Measurements Subject to Normal Distribution -- 4.4. Direct Multiple Measurements Subject to Generalized Normal Distribution -- 4.5. Indirect Measurements -- 4.5.1. Statistical Manipulation with the Linear Dependence of Measurement Result on Input Quantities -- 4.5.2. Method of Linearization of Nonlinear Dependence -- 4.5.3. Reduction Method -- 4.6. Joint and Aggregate Measurements -- 5. The International System of Units: SI -- 5.1. Systems of Units and the Principles of Their Formation -- 5.2. Base Units of the SI -- 5.3. Derived Units of SI. Dimension of Quantities and Units, Multiple and Submultiple Units -- 5.4. Quantities and Units of Physical-Chemical Measurements -- 6. Measurement Assurance -- 6.1. Uniformity and Traceability of Measurement -- 6.2. Measurement Assurance -- 6.3. Standards of Units -- 6.4. Verification and Calibration of Measuring Equipment -- 6.5. Increase of Uncertainty of the Unit Size During its Transfer to a Measuring Instrument Under Calibration or Verification -- 6.6. Measurement Chains -- 6.7. Organizational Basis of Measurement Assurance -- 6.8. Measurement Assurance in the World on the Basis of the Arrangement Between the Directors of the National Metrology Institutes -- 7. Verification and Calibration Intervals of Measuring Instruments -- 7.1. Basic Concepts -- 7.2. Basic Concepts of the Theory of Metrological Reliability -- 7.2.1. Mathematical Model of Metrological Characteristics Drift -- 7.2.2. Basic Instability Equation and Its Solution -- 7.2.3. Instability Distribution Laws -- 7.3. Criteria for Setting the Verification and Calibration Intervals -- 7.3.1. Probability of Metrological Serviceability -- 7.3.2. Metrological Serviceability Coefficient -- 7.3.3. Probability of Operation Without Metrological Failures (Probability of Failure-Free Operation) -- 7.4. Substantiation of Primary Verification and Calibration Intervals -- 7.5. Correction of Verification and Calibration Intervals in the Process of Operation of Measuring Equipment -- 7.5.1. Correction of Verification Intervals of a Group of MIs, with the Error Values of Each Specimen Recorded During Verification -- 7.5.2. Correction of Verification Intervals of a Group of MIs with the Alternative Marker (Whether the MI Is Serviceable or Not), and the Error Sign of Each MI Recognized as Non-serviceable, Recorded During Verification -- 7.5.3. Correction of Verification Intervals of a Group of MIs with Just the Alternative Marker Regarding Serviceability of the MI Recorded During Verification -- 8. Assurance of Measurement Accuracy in Compliance with ISO 5725 Standards -- 8.1. Basic Concepts -- 8.2. Basic Method for Estimation of the Measurement Method Precision -- 8.3. Basic Method for Estimation of the Measurement Method Correctness -- 8.3.1. Estimation of the Systematic Error of the Measurement Method -- 8.3.2. Estimation of the Systematic Error of the Laboratory -- 8.4. Application of the Repeatability and Reproducibility Limits -- 8.5. Method for Testing the Acceptability of Measurement Results -- 8.6. Applicability of the Repeatability Indices During Approval of Measurement Procedures
Control code
ocn756282191
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 212 p.
Isbn
9781461414773
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)756282191
Label
The quality of measurements : a metrological reference, A.E. Fridman ; translated by Andrew Sabak and Paul Makinen
Publication
Contents
1. Basic Concepts in Metrology -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Properties and Quantities -- 1.3. Magnitude and Value of a Quantity. Units of Measurement for Quantities. Reference Scales for Quantities -- 1.4. Measurement -- 1.5. Measurement Method and Procedure -- 1.6. Measuring Instruments -- 1.6.1. Measuring Transducers -- 1.6.2. Measures -- 1.6.3. Measuring Devices -- 1.6.4. Measuring Installations and Measuring Systems -- 2. Measurement Errors -- 2.1. Classification of Measurement Errors -- 2.2. Laws of Random Measurement Error Distribution -- 2.2.1. Some Information from the Theory of Probability -- 2.2.2. The Normal Distribution Law -- 2.2.3. Generalized Normal Distribution Law -- 2.2.4. Basic Statistical Distributions Applied in Processing Measurement Results -- 2.3. Systematic Measurement Errors -- 2.3.1. Systematic Errors Due to the Properties of Measurement Equipment and the Measurement Conditions Deviating from Normal Conditions -- 2.3.2. Normalizing Metrological Characteristics of Measuring Equipment -- 2.3.3. Measurement Method Errors -- 2.3.4. Systematic Errors Due to Operator's Inaccurate Performance -- 2.3.5. Elimination of Systematic Errors -- 3. Measurement Uncertainty -- 3.1. Error and Uncertainty -- 3.2. Classification of Measurement Uncertainties -- 3.3. Procedure for Evaluation of the Uncertainty of the Measurement Result -- 4. Methods for Estimation of Measurement Results and Their Uncertainties -- 4.1. Elimination of Outliers from the Measurement Series -- 4.2. Check of the Hypothesis about the Normal Distribution of Experimental Data -- 4.3. Direct Multiple Measurements Subject to Normal Distribution -- 4.4. Direct Multiple Measurements Subject to Generalized Normal Distribution -- 4.5. Indirect Measurements -- 4.5.1. Statistical Manipulation with the Linear Dependence of Measurement Result on Input Quantities -- 4.5.2. Method of Linearization of Nonlinear Dependence -- 4.5.3. Reduction Method -- 4.6. Joint and Aggregate Measurements -- 5. The International System of Units: SI -- 5.1. Systems of Units and the Principles of Their Formation -- 5.2. Base Units of the SI -- 5.3. Derived Units of SI. Dimension of Quantities and Units, Multiple and Submultiple Units -- 5.4. Quantities and Units of Physical-Chemical Measurements -- 6. Measurement Assurance -- 6.1. Uniformity and Traceability of Measurement -- 6.2. Measurement Assurance -- 6.3. Standards of Units -- 6.4. Verification and Calibration of Measuring Equipment -- 6.5. Increase of Uncertainty of the Unit Size During its Transfer to a Measuring Instrument Under Calibration or Verification -- 6.6. Measurement Chains -- 6.7. Organizational Basis of Measurement Assurance -- 6.8. Measurement Assurance in the World on the Basis of the Arrangement Between the Directors of the National Metrology Institutes -- 7. Verification and Calibration Intervals of Measuring Instruments -- 7.1. Basic Concepts -- 7.2. Basic Concepts of the Theory of Metrological Reliability -- 7.2.1. Mathematical Model of Metrological Characteristics Drift -- 7.2.2. Basic Instability Equation and Its Solution -- 7.2.3. Instability Distribution Laws -- 7.3. Criteria for Setting the Verification and Calibration Intervals -- 7.3.1. Probability of Metrological Serviceability -- 7.3.2. Metrological Serviceability Coefficient -- 7.3.3. Probability of Operation Without Metrological Failures (Probability of Failure-Free Operation) -- 7.4. Substantiation of Primary Verification and Calibration Intervals -- 7.5. Correction of Verification and Calibration Intervals in the Process of Operation of Measuring Equipment -- 7.5.1. Correction of Verification Intervals of a Group of MIs, with the Error Values of Each Specimen Recorded During Verification -- 7.5.2. Correction of Verification Intervals of a Group of MIs with the Alternative Marker (Whether the MI Is Serviceable or Not), and the Error Sign of Each MI Recognized as Non-serviceable, Recorded During Verification -- 7.5.3. Correction of Verification Intervals of a Group of MIs with Just the Alternative Marker Regarding Serviceability of the MI Recorded During Verification -- 8. Assurance of Measurement Accuracy in Compliance with ISO 5725 Standards -- 8.1. Basic Concepts -- 8.2. Basic Method for Estimation of the Measurement Method Precision -- 8.3. Basic Method for Estimation of the Measurement Method Correctness -- 8.3.1. Estimation of the Systematic Error of the Measurement Method -- 8.3.2. Estimation of the Systematic Error of the Laboratory -- 8.4. Application of the Repeatability and Reproducibility Limits -- 8.5. Method for Testing the Acceptability of Measurement Results -- 8.6. Applicability of the Repeatability Indices During Approval of Measurement Procedures
Control code
ocn756282191
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 212 p.
Isbn
9781461414773
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
System control number
(OCoLC)756282191

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