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11. Normal and Anomalous Self-Heating in Capsule-type Resistance Thermometers in the Range 1 K to 273 K
Published: 9/12/2013
Authors: Weston Leo Tew, Christopher W Meyer
Abstract: The normal self-heating coefficient for standard capsule-type resistance thermometers is gas-mediated over most of their designed range of use. This is readily modeled and calculated for thermometers with helium fill gas from known transport properti ...

12. The Residual and Temperature-Dependent Resistance of Reference-Grade Platinum Wire Below 13.8 K
Published: 9/12/2013
Authors: Weston Leo Tew, William E. Murdock, Michal J Chojnacky, Dean C Ripple
Abstract: We report the Residual Resistance Ratio (RRR) and resistance ratio W(GaMP) (gallium melting point) values for well-annealed samples of the original SRM 1967, its contemporary substitute SRM 1967a, and a collection of NIST capsule-type SPRTs. The RRR ...

13. Johnson-noise thermometry based on a quantized-voltage noise source at NIST
Published: 9/11/2013
Authors: Alessio Pollarolo, Tae H. Jeong, Samuel Paul Benz, Paul David Dresselhaus, Horst Rogalla, Weston Leo Tew
Abstract: Johnson Noise Thermometry is an electronic approach to measuring temperature. For several years, NIST has been developing a switching-correlator-type Johnson-noise thermometer that uses a quantized voltage noise source as an accurate voltage referenc ...

14. The Residual Resistance Ratio of High-Purity Platinum
Published: 8/22/2011
Authors: Weston Leo Tew, William E. Murdock, Michal J Chojnacky, Dean C Ripple
Abstract: High-purity platinum wire is produced for use in both Standard Platinum Resistance Thermometers (SPRTs) and type S and type R thermocouples. The resistance ratio W(T90) and thermoelectric characteristics of the wire are a function of chemical purity ...

15. An electronic measurement of the Boltzmann constant
Published: 3/30/2011
Authors: Samuel Paul Benz, Alessio Pollarolo, Jifeng Qu, Horst Rogalla, Chiharu Urano, Weston Leo Tew, Paul David Dresselhaus, D. R White
Abstract: The Boltzmann constant was measured by comparing the Johnson noise of a resistor at the triple point of water with a quantum-based voltage reference signal generated with a superconducting Josephson-junction waveform synthesizer. The measured value ...

Published: 3/18/2011
Authors: Weston Leo Tew, Samuel Paul Benz
Abstract: The recent advances in ac waveform synthesis using quantized voltage pulses have enabled new methods for the measurement of absolute temperature. At the same time, the increased linearity and sampling rates of digital electronics have established fre ...

17. Improved Estimates of the Isotopic Correction Constants for the Triple Point of Water
Published: 9/14/2010
Authors: Weston Leo Tew, D. R White
Abstract: In 2006, the CIPM clarified the definition of the kelvin by specifying the isotopic composition of the water to be used in the realisation of the triple point. At the same time, the Consultative Committee on Thermometry gave recommended values for th ...

18. Recent Progress in Noise Thermometry at 505 K and 693 K Using Quantized Voltage Noise Ratio Spectra
Published: 9/6/2010
Authors: Weston Leo Tew, Paul David Dresselhaus, Kevin J Coakley, H Rogalla, D. R White, J Labenski
Abstract: We report on technical advances and new results in noise thermometry at temperatures near the tin freezing point and the zinc freezing point using a Quantized Voltage Noise Source (QVNS). The temperatures are derived in a series of separate measureme ...

19. Electronic Measurement of the Boltzmann Constant with a Quantum-Voltage-Calibrated Johnson-Noise Thermometer
Published: 11/22/2009
Authors: Samuel Paul Benz, D. R White, Jifeng Qu, Horst Rogalla, Weston Leo Tew
Abstract: Currently, the CODATA value of the Boltzmann constant is dominated by a single gas-based-thermometry measurement with a relative uncertainty of 1.8 ձ0^-6. This paper describes an electronic approach to measuring the Boltzmann constant that comp ...

20. Improvements in the NIST Johnson Noise Thermometry System
Published: 4/1/2009
Authors: Samuel Paul Benz, Jifeng Qu, Horst Rogalla, D. R White, Paul David Dresselhaus, Weston Leo Tew, Sae Woo Nam
Abstract: We have developed a Johnson noise thermometry (JNT) system that is calibrated by precision waveforms synthesized with a quantized voltage noise source (QVNS). Significant improvements to the QVNS and the cross-correlation measurement electronics have ...

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