Certification and verification of standard (reference) radiators as models of an absolute black body in the temperature range from −50 to 2500°C
- 18 Downloads
The main principles of the first national standard procedure developed for certification and verification of reference radiators in the form of black body models are discussed. The theoretical justification of these principles is given along with examples of their practical implementation.
KeywordsSpectral Interval Standard Radiator Temperature Drift Confidence Coefficient Partial Radiation
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.All-Union State Standard GOST R 8.566-96. GSI (National System of Traceability Assurance). Standard (Reference) Radiators in the Form of Absolute Black Body Models for the Temperature Range from −50 to +2500°C. Certification and Verification Procedure [in Russian].Google Scholar
- 2.All-Union State Standard GOST 8.558-93. Intergovernmental Standard. GSI (National System Traceability Assurance). National Verification (Hierarchy) Schema for Temperature Measuring Instruments [in Russian].Google Scholar
- 3.All-Union State Standard GOST 8.106-80. GSI (National System of Traceability of Assurance). Special National Standard and All-Union Verification (Hierarchy) Schema for Instruments for Measuring the Radiance and Radiant Intensity of Thermal Sources with a Temperature of 220 to 900 K [in Russian].Google Scholar
- 4.V. A. Chistyakov,Izmerit. Tekh., No. 12, 33 (1984).Google Scholar
- 5.All-Union State Standard GOST 8.207-76 GSI (National System of Traceability Assurance). Direct Measurements with Multiple Observations. Methods of Processing the Results of Observations. Basic Propositions [in Russian].Google Scholar