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Search Publications by Michael R Moldover

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REFRACTIVE-INDEX GAS THERMOMETRY

Author(s)
Patrick Rourke, Christof Gaiser, Roberto M. Gavioso, Michael R. Moldover, Laurent Pitre, Robin Underwood
The principles and techniques of primary refractive-index gas thermometry (RIGT) are reviewed. Absolute primary RIGT using microwave measurements of helium

Improving Measurement for Smokestack Emissions - Workshop Summary

Author(s)
Rodney A. Bryant, Aaron N. Johnson, John D. Wright, Tamae M. Wong, James R. Whetstone, Michael R. Moldover, Iosif I. Shinder, Scott Swiggard, Chris Gunning, David Elam, Tom Martz, Eric Harman, David Nuckols, Liang Zhang, Woong Kang, Salvator Vigil
The complex flow conditions inherent in power plant smokestacks make accurate flow measurements challenging, which in turn limits the accuracy of hazardous

Progress Towards Accurate Monitoring of Flue Gas Emissions

Author(s)
Aaron N. Johnson, Iosif I. Shinder, Michael R. Moldover, Joey T. Boyd, Bernard J. Filla
The amounts of CO2 and other pollutants emitted by a coal-fired power plant are measured using a continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) permanently

Errors in Rate of Rise Gas Flow Measurements from Flow Work

Author(s)
John D. Wright, Aaron N. Johnson, Gina M. Kline, Michael R. Moldover
The rate of rise (RoR) method measures the time rate of change of the mass of gas in a collection volume as it is filled via a flow meter under test. The mass

The Boltzmann Project

Author(s)
Samuel P. Benz, Joachim Fischer, Bernd Fellmuth, Christof Gaiser, Laurent Pitre, Fernando Sparasci, Lara Risegari, Roberto M. Gavioso, D M. Rippa, Bengt Hallstedt, Jifeng Qu, XiaoJuan Feng, Jianqiang Zhang, David R. White, L Gianfrani, A Castrillo, L Moretti, B Darquie, C Daussy, S Briaudeau, O Kozlova, J J. Segovia, M C. Martin, D del Campo, Michael R. Moldover
The International Committee for Weights and Measures (CIPM), at its meeting in October 2017 followed the recommendation of the Consultative Committee for Units

New measurement of the Boltzmann constant k by acoustic thermometry of helium-4 gas

Author(s)
Laurent Pitre, Fernando Sparasci, Michael R. Moldover, Cecile Guianvarch, Catherine Martin, Martin Himbert, Mark Plimmer, James B. Mehl, Giuliano Albo, Bo Gao, Lara Risegari
The SI unit of temperature will soon be redefined in terms of a fixed value of the Boltzmann constant k derived from an ensemble of measurements worldwide. We

Advances in Thermometry

Author(s)
Michael R. Moldover, Weston L. Tew, Howard W. Yoon
The last 25 years have seen tremendous progress in thermometry in the moderate temperature range (1 K to 1235 K). Various primary thermometers — based on

The Redefinition of the SI: Impact on Calibration Services at NIST

Author(s)
Neil M. Zimmerman, Jon R. Pratt, Michael R. Moldover, David B. Newell, Gregory F. Strouse
As most readers are probably at least vaguely aware, it is likely that the SI system of units will be redefied in 2018. This redefinition would fundamentally

Measuring collected gas with microwave and acoustic resonances

Author(s)
Keith A. Gillis, James W. Schmidt, Michael R. Moldover, James B. Mehl
With calibrations of large flow meters in mind, we established the feasibility of determining the mass M of argon gas contained within a 0.3 m3 commercially

Thermal Effects on Critical Flow Venturis

Author(s)
John D. Wright, Aaron N. Johnson, Michael R. Moldover, Woong Kang, Liang Zhang
Critical flow venturis (CFVs) are widely used as working and transfer standards for gas flow measurement because of their long-term calibration stability (5 (e