Cross-floating calibration study. Trim masses: on the standard balance or on the balance under calibration
AbstractThe pressure balances are used as reference standards to calibrate secondary manometers and other balances. There are different types and models of pressure balances that cover measuring ranges from 3 kPa to 1 GPa. The pressure balances are designed to measure relative, absolute or differential pressure and some balances can measure all types of pressure. This paper presents the results of a study of high accuracy pressure balances cross-floating calibration comparing trim masses on the standard balance or on the balance under calibration.
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