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Definition of the noun metrology
What does metrology mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: metrologies
- the scientific study of measurement
Alternative definition of the noun metrology
- [uncountable] The science of weights and measures or of measurement.
- [countable] A system of weights and measures.
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by Alain C. Diebold
INTRODUCTION Metrology is an exciting field that requires a...
Dimensional metrology is a characteristic field where standardization is apt to prove highly beneficial to that wide range of endeavors that must rely on the dependable measurement of geometric conditions. Standardization of dimensional ...
Risk, Error and Uncertainty: Laboratory Quality Management in the Age of Metrology, An Issue of the Clinics in Laboratory Medicine, (2017)
by James O. Westgard, David Armbruster, Sten Westgard
Metrology is a pure science in contrast to the mixed science of clinical chemistry that combines diverse disciplines and...
Meyer Brothers Druggist (1905)
Metrology is the science which treats of metals. Sulphur Lotum is made by solution with agitation. Sublimation is the process of soaking a drug to separate the soluble portion. Metrology is a pharmaceutical preparation which are prepared in a ...
Basic and Advanced Finishing and Polishing Processes by Vijay Kumar Jain
Surface metrology is a science of measurement that plays a very important role in industrial fields. From an engineering standpoint, it is the measurement of the deviations of a workpiece from its intended size and shape (Whitehouse, 2010).
by Y Zhao, T Kramer, Robert Brown, Xun Xu
Dimensional metrology is the science of measurement and its corresponding accuracy, precision and uncertainty. To measure is...
by L. Crovini, T.J. Quinn
The course beginning today and devoted to metrology is the second organized by the Societa Italiana di Fisica at the Enrico Fermi International School of Physics. The first was held in 1976, that is, thirteen years ago. One asks oneself whether ...
Handbook of Plastic Optics (2011)
by Stefan Bäumer
Metrology is an item that is often forgotten or filled in at a late stadium in the product development cycle. In this chapter, an attempt is made to...
Particles by Robert F. Pfaff, Joseph E. Borovsky, David T. Young
Storey Quarter Luchene, 84160 Cucuron, France What is wrong with space plasma metrology is that it does not exist.
by David J. Whitehouse
So, dimensional metrology is the first aim because it ensures that the size of the workpiece conforms to the designer's wish. This in turn ensures that the workpiece will assemble into an engine, gearbox, gyroscope or whatever; the static ...
by Louis Philippe McCarty
Metrology is the science of correct measurement in accordance with some given and definite standard. Conventional metrology is called mensuration, and comprises the measurement of anything ...
MicroComputed Tomography (2008)
Methodology and Applications by Stuart R. Stock
Metrology refers to the techniques of measurement, and it is coupled with phylogeny, the study of the evolutionary relations between species, in the second half of this chapter. The reason for coupling these seemingly dissimilar topics is that ...
by Richard Leach
One problem in modern surface metrology is the presence of too many available parameters. It is difficult for ...
Metrology from pH Measurement to Nuclear Waste Disposal by Günther Meinrath, Petra Schneider
Metrology is a very old practice. A measurement is a comparison. To compare is a basic human activity. The written documents from the earliest civilisations give testimony of a complex social framework whose economic basis was ...
Twentieth Century Physics (1995)
by L Brown, B Pippard, A Pais
Metrology is a branch of science which has been consistently sponsored by government since standards of weight, length and capacity were issued by royal decree in Babylon about 2500 BC. It is generally accepted that maintenance and ...
Metrology in Industry (2013)
The Key for Quality by French College of Metrology
Metrology is an essential part of the infrastructure of today's world. It enters into our lives in a multitude of ways, some direct and some indirect. National and international trade increasingly require demonstrated conformity to written standards ...
by ARUN K. GHOSH
Metrology is the science and technology of measurement. Since time immemorial , reliable measurement of various commodities and quantities has been important for trade and commerce as well as for agricultural and industrial activities.
by Colin Gordon, Jens Pihlkjaer Christensen
Metrology is the science of measurement. Acknowledgements This work was partly funded by the Commission of the European Communities under the AIM Exploratory Action (KAVAS (A 1021) Project) and the AIM Telematics in Health ...
by Avram Bar-Cohen
Metrology. Hardware selection preparation -Measurement equipment Sample process -Sensor integration...
MCA is staged to help the measurement engineer quickly determine the likelihood the metrology will have an acceptable U/T ratio.
by Suzanne Bell
ratio lysergic acid diethylamide Explosives Metrology/QA/QC/Accreditation Explosives Forensic biology/ DNA Chemistry, general Instrument/ analytical method Instrument/ analytical method Instrument/ analytical method General terminology ...
Biographical, Geographical, Historical, and Doctrinal : Illustrated by Nearly Four Hundred Engravings, Maps, Chats, Etc by Charles Randall Barnes
METROLOGY, the science of weights and measures, whether these belong to money standards (coins) »r to fixed quantities of capacity or extent. " As soon as trade in the first stages of its development went beyond the simple ...
National Metrology Institute of Japan ( NMIJ) ...
by Merrill F. Unger
See Metrology. MEASURING LINE. See Metrology: Linear Measures. MEASURING ROD OR REED. See Metrology, Linear Measures. MEAT ...
by S. Mahajan, L. C. Kimerling
dimensional metrology requires knowing exactly where the edges are on the measured feature profile. There presently may be no universal answer to the inevitable question “where is the edge.” The answer to that question varies between the ...
From 1600 to the Present by John R. Shook
Adopting the pragmatism taught by Singer, Churchman contributed to propositional logic, philosophy and methodology of science, operations research, systems theory, psychology and linguistics, decision theory, metrology, and statistics.
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- Survice Metrology
Survice Metrology by Richard Lippenholz at Belcamp , Md
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- Metrology lab with trikes, APS
Tricycle parking by the optical metrology lab at the APS
Photo credit: Canadian Light Source synchrotron
- MDA Weights and Measures Metrology lab
Metrology technician Venon Waclawiw is testing a mass comparator which traces back to the universal standard in France.
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