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1. A New NIST Automated Calibration System for Industrial-Grade Platinum Resistance Thermometers
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6225
Published: 9/1/1998
Authors: Gregory F Strouse, Billy Wilson Mangum, C D Vaughn, E Xu
Abstract: Industrial-grade platinum resistance thermometers (IPRTs) are calibrated at NIST using a newly automated calibration system. The computer-controlled data-acquisition system is used to calibrate IPRTs over the range from -196 degrees C to 550 degrees ...

2. A Revised Assessment of Calibration Uncertainties for Capsule Type Standard Platinum and Rhodium-Iron Resistance Thermometers
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6138
Published: 3/1/1998
Authors: Weston Leo Tew, Gregory F Strouse, Christopher W Meyer
Abstract: Calibration uncertainties for capsule type standard platinum and rhodium-iron resistance thermometers are reviewed and updated. Calibration procedures, thermometer characteristics, scale realization methods, and measurement techniques are described ...

3. Acoustic Thermometry Results From 271 K to 552 K
Published: 9/8/2007
Authors: Dean C Ripple, Gregory F Strouse, Michael R Moldover
Abstract: The NIST Acoustic Thermometer determines the thermodynamic temperature from measurements of ratios of the speed of sound of argon in a spherical cavity. We report recent results for T - T90 on 12 isotherms spanning the range 271 K to 552 K. (T is th ...

4. Effects of Different Methods of Preparation of Ice Mantles of Triple Point of Water Cells on the Temporal Behavior of the Triple-Point Temperatures
Published: 12/1/1997
Authors: G T. Furukawa, Billy Wilson Mangum, Gregory F Strouse

5. Erratum: Thermal Expansion of Platinum and Platinum-Rhodium Alloys.
Series: Journal of Research (NIST JRES)
Report Number: 091.037erata2014
Published: 10/22/2014
Authors: Gregory F Strouse, James F. Schooley, R. E. Edsinger, M. L. Reilly

6. Faster, Better, Cheaper: New Automated Vacuum Calibration Service at NIST
Published: 10/1/2012
Authors: Jacob E Ricker, Jay H Hendricks, Douglas A Olson, Gregory F Strouse
Abstract: In today‰s fast-paced world and ever expanding quality assurance requirements, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed a system to fill the need for faster, better, and cheaper low pressure calibrations (0.65 Pa to 130 ...

7. In Search of Better Pressure Standards
Published: 8/1/2014
Authors: Jay H Hendricks, Jacob E Ricker, Patrick F Egan, Gregory F Strouse
Abstract: Based on highly accurate optical interferometry and fundamental quantum calculations, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US are developing an improved definition of the SI unit for pressure that will consi ...

8. In-situ Temperature Calibration Capability for Dimensional Metrology
Published: 7/28/2014
Authors: Prem Kumar Rachakonda, Daniel S Sawyer, Balasubramanian Muralikrishnan, Christopher J Blackburn, Craig M Shakarji, Gregory F Strouse, Steven David Phillips
Abstract: The Dimensional Metrology Group (DMG) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has the capability to perform large range dimensional measurements in a facility, called the Tape Tunnel. The Tape Tunnel is equipped with a 60 m l ...

9. Internal Measurement Assurance for the NIST Realization of the ITS-90 from 83.8 K to 1234.93 K
Published: 10/1/2003
Author: Gregory F Strouse
Abstract: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is responsible for realizing, maintaining, and disseminating the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90) to the United States of America. The ITS-90 fixed-point cells necessary to cal ...

10. Investigation of the Non-Uniqueness of the ITS-90 in the Range 660 C to 962 C
Published: 6/1/2001
Authors: G T. Furukawa, Gregory F Strouse
Abstract: Preliminary results are reported on the non-uniqueness of the ITS-90 using high temperature SPRTs (HTSPRTs) in the range 660 C to 962 C. To achieve temperature stability and uniformity of the test HTSPRTs, the method employs the thermal isolation ...

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