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Christopher W. Meyer

Dr. Christopher Meyer has been a member of the NIST Thermometry Group since 1991. During this time he has been involved in projects involving both thermometry and hygrometry and has developed expertise in both areas. He has authored more than 45 papers on these subjects. Meyer constructed the NIST Low Temperature Realization Facility, which realizes the ITS-90 temperature scale from 0.65 K to 85 K and serves as NIST's primary temperature standard below 25 K. More recently, he participated in the development of the NIST Hybrid Humidity Generator, which serves as NIST's primary humidity standard over the dew/frost point range -70 °C to 85 °C. Meyer has also been involved in numerous research projects in thermometry and hygrometry, including thermodynamic temperature measurement using acoustic thermometry, temperature measurement of silicon wafers for Rapid Thermal Processing (RTP), microscopic temperature measurement using fluorescence techniques, and primary humidity measurement using a gravimetric hygrometer. He is an active member of CCT Working Group 3 on Temperature Scale Uncertainties and ASTM Committee E20 on Temperature Measurement.

 

Publications

Report of the Pilot study CCQM-P188 (in parallel with CCQM-K120.a and b)

Author(s)
Christopher W. Meyer, Flores Edgar, Viallon Joele, Tiphaine Choteau, Philippe Moussay, Faraz Idrees, Robert Wielgosz, Daniel Rzesanke
The Pilot Study CCQM-P188 was conducted in parallel of the Key Comparisons CCQM-K120.a and CCQM-K120.b, which were designed to evaluate the level of

Thermophysical Properties of Carbon Dioxide and CO2-Rich Mixtures

Author(s)
Allan H. Harvey, Ian H. Bell, Marcia L. Huber, Arno R. Laesecke, Eric W. Lemmon, Christopher W. Meyer, Chris D. Muzny, Richard A. Perkins
This report summarizes the results of work performed under DOE/NETL Interagency Agreement DE- FE0003931, which began in October 2011 and ended (after a 6-month
Created October 9, 2019