IMPROVEMENT OF METROLOGY SOFTWARE TEST IN COMPUTER SYSTEMS OF TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT
Keywords:Metrological test, computer measurement and control systems, thermocouple, thermoelectric heterogeneity, measuring channel, error correction.
AbstractIn this paper the improved metrology software test is described by simulation the growth process of thermocouple thermoelectric heterogeneity acquired in operation conditions. It’s aimed to create the possibilities for the metrological studies of the temperature measuring channel in the computer measurement and control systems as well as a correction of the error caused by the thermocouple thermoelectric heterogeneity.
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