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  • noun

Synonyms for calibration

the act of checking or adjusting (by comparison with a standard) the accuracy of a measuring instrument

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The MBE is the mean bias error which measures the mean of calibration error.
Serum remaining after the clinical analysis was divided into aliquots and analyzed with a calibration solution containing only deuterated NT (d3-NT) at differing concentrations, as outlined in Fig.
The main area of concern for ISO 17025 training was to provide calibration training to the technical staff of Doha Technical Lab, Qatar.
The Team soon began to focus on three areas where technology might be applied to achieve calibration excellence: * Instrument diagnostics to reduce the number of calibrations on non-critical, non-safety-related instruments based on data generated by those devices;
Usual calibration practice enables these effects to be quantified by limiting the number of forces that are applied before returning to zero force and by repeating the measurement sequence for several reorientations of the transducer in the force machine.
The firm's A2LA accredited quality system is said to provide guidelines that allow it to offer calibrations that are accepted worldwide.
A proposed path model was developed with two exogenous variables (teacher efficacy, time and study environment management) that might have causal relationships on effort judgment and calibration accuracy.
1) Deviation From Specifications (limited calibration) - In cases where the user does not require full instrument capability, the calibration can be performed to reduced tolerances or cover less than all ranges and parameters.
BSI British Standards has just published this revised standard on the calibration and classification of torque measuring devices.
It is important to verify what your provider's "scope" of calibration includes.
The frequency of calibration depends on the workload the gauge has to bear, how critical the measurement quantity is to the process and the harshness of the environment in which the gauge is used.
Meighan's IT leadership experience and knowledge will serve Davis Calibration and our clients in a positive and productive way moving forward.
28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fluke Calibration introduces the new 50 MHz Wideband Option for the 5730A High-Performance Multifunction Calibrator.
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However, there are many advantages to performing maintenance and calibration tasks in the workshop, which often make this the preferred solution.