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Search Publications by Christopher W. Meyer

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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

Uncertainty Budget for the NIST Hybrid Humidity Generator

Author(s)
Christopher W. Meyer, W Wyatt Miller, Dean C. Ripple, Gregory E. Scace
We provide here a detailed uncertainty budget for the new Hybrid Humidity Generator (HHG) that has been constructed at the National Institute of Standards and

A Second-Generation NIST Gravimetric Hygrometer

Author(s)
Christopher W. Meyer, Joseph T. Hodges, Gregory E. Scace, James R. Whetstone, R W. Hyland
A second-generation primary hygrometer has been completed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). A gravimetric hygrometer measures

Calibration of Hygrometers with the Hybrid Humidity Generator

Author(s)
Christopher W. Meyer, Joseph T. Hodges, Peter H. Huang, W Wyatt Miller, Dean C. Ripple, Gregory E. Scace
We describe here the calibration of customer hygrometers using a new humidity generator that has been commissioned at the National Institute of Standards and