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Force Fundamentals with SPC and Advanced Uncertainty Concepts

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ASTM E74 Explained

The Importance of Adapters for Best Force Calibration Results

ISO 376 Explained

Force Measurement Uncertainty

Measurement Risk and the New ISO 17025 Standard

Best Practices For Force Measurement

Proper Adapters for force measurement

What is Measurement Traceability

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Calibrating aircraft and truck scales

Webinar Topic Date Price
Calibrating Aircraft and Truck Scales
45 min

August 15, 2019 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Eastern Time Zone

Calibrating Aircraft and Truck Scales:
This webinar will cover the calibration of aircraft and truck scales.

We will discuss error sources which include using the proper adapters that best replicate a tire, converting force to mass, and the importance of having a frame that is level, rigid, plumb, and scale. Also, we will discuss how to determine if uncertainties are 1/3 of the tolerance as required by ASTM E617-18 and OIML R111.

Learning Objectives:

*The participant will understand the challenges faced with when calibrating scales

*The participant will learn how to convert force to mass and why this is important

*The participant will gain a basic understanding of uncertainty and how it relates to scale calibration