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Miles to Empty

By The Metrologist
September 08, 2017

      How Accurate is the Mileage Prediction in Your Car The last two vehicles I’ve owned have had a “miles to E” readout on the dashboard. As a measurement scientist and someone with a touch of OCD, I’ve always felt that the numbers never...
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Out Of Tolerance-To Adjust, Or Not To Adjust

By The Metrologist
August 21, 2017
, By The Metrologist
August 21, 2017

    A Look at Adjustment Thresholds and Risk Tolerance Throughout my career in metrology, I’ve heard a large number of opinions on adjustment thresholds. Everything from “only adjust it if it’s out” to “adjust every time” are common practices...
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Reviewing the millivolt connection to thermocouple uncertainties


 
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What is the difference between Conductivity and TDS?

By The Metrologist
July 21, 2017

  All circles are round, but not all round things are circles.
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How To Read a ISO 17025 Scope of Accreditation

By The Metrologist
July 03, 2017
, By The Metrologist
July 03, 2017

    What is a “Scope of Accreditation?”
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What PROFICIENCY TESTING means to the customer of calibration.

By The Metrologist
May 25, 2017

    It must be audit season It seems like the middle of May every year when the phones start ringing for our Quality Manager. Customer requests for changes on certificates, explanations of methods, definitions of standards, and a whole host of...
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How To Build A Calibration Curve

By The Metrologist
March 28, 2017

 
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How To Calibrate A Pressure Transducer

By The Metrologist
March 23, 2017

 
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How to specify analog gages for pressure and temperature?”


 
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What Does It Really Mean When Something Is Marked For Reference Only?


     If you “Refer” to it, shouldn’t it be calibrated?
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