Calibration uncertainty for dummies - Part 2: Uncertainty Components

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 25, 2016 1:32:41 PM / by Heikki Laurila posted in calibration uncertainty

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Figure 1. Standard deviation

This is the second blog post (out of three) continuing on the subject of calibration uncertainty. In the first blog post we discussed the basics; how important it is to be aware of the uncertainty, short terminology and the classic “piece of string“ example.  If you missed the Part 1-blog post, you can find it here. If you want to get all the parts at once, feel free to download the related full white paper from the link below:

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Pressure calibration basics – Pressure types

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 18, 2016 1:21:56 PM / by Heikki Laurila

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Proof Testing: Calibration By A Different Name?

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 8, 2016 2:39:45 PM / by Andy Morsman posted in Calibration, Proof testing

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The oil and Gas industry in the North Sea has been hit by a Perfect Storm – the rapid fall in the price of oil to levels less than the average extraction cost has resulted in the delay or cancellation of a huge number of investment projects. 

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Calibration uncertainty for dummies - part 1

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 2, 2016 2:57:45 PM / by Heikki Laurila

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 If you don’t know the uncertainty of the measurement, don’t make the measurement at all!

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Calibration video: How to calibrate a temperature measurement loop

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 28, 2016 3:29:57 PM / by beamexcalibration posted in Loop calibration

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In the previous blog post Ned discussed the basics of loop calibration.
Now, let’s watch a video on the same subject.

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Loop calibration basics

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 20, 2016 1:16:31 PM / by beamexcalibration posted in Loop calibration

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Last year, I presented a paper on this topic at an ISA event (Power Generation Division meeting). My opinions are based on customer feedback and what I have learned from them over the years.

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How to implement calibration software

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 13, 2016 2:25:55 PM / by Villy Lindfelt

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Getting calibration software is much more than just selecting the right product and buying the necessary amount of licenses. The hardest part is actually to get people to use the calibration software in the right way. And especially within a set project budget and time limitations. To achieve this, you should see the calibration software implementation as a project with certain steps.

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How to calibrate an RTD HART temperature transmitter

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 7, 2016 2:52:44 PM / by beamexcalibration

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The temperature transmitter is a popular instrument in process plants. Like most transmitters, it needs to be calibrated to assure that it is operating accurately. So, let’s take a look at how the calibration is done!

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What is a documenting calibrator and how do you benefit from using one?

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 30, 2016 11:02:38 AM / by beamexcalibration

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Figure 1. The calibration process with and without a documenting calibrator.

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How to calibrate HART pressure transmitters

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 21, 2016 1:14:52 PM / by beamexcalibration

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A pressure transmitter is one of the most common instruments in a process plant. In order to assure its accuracy, it needs to be calibrated. But what do you need to calibrate it and how is it done?

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