Force Fundamentals with SPC and Advanced Uncertainty Concepts
June 23, 2020 - June 26, 2020 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
$1295 Per Person
*Register for new training events (Force Fundamentals with SPC and Advanced Uncertainty Concepts) June 23rd to June 26 at Noon, in 3.5 days for only $ 1295.00.*
Morehouse 3.5-day Force and Uncertainty Course Guide PG-9111
NCSLI Regional Presentation April 13, 2016
A2LA Force Presentation March 11, 2016
NASA Tech Briefs Webinar, Oct 28, 2015
NASA Webinar: Measurement Traceability and Errors Related to Force Measurement
4 Steps to Choosing the Right Calibration System
Load Cell Troubleshooting Tips
Calculating Force Uncertainties Using ASTM E74
Performing Risk Analysis with Method 5 or Method 6
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
Low-Capacity, Low-Cost, High-Value Force Calibrating Machines
Why a 4:1 TUR is not enough: The importance of analyzing the probability of false accept risk
Calibrating aircraft and truck scales
Force Calibration: How to help your customers by providing better force measurements 45 min
February 6, 2020 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Eastern Time Zone
Force Calibration: How to help your customers by providing better force measurements Anyone who attends this webinar should leave with a greater understanding of why large errors exist as most labs are not following what is presented in this webinar. They should be able to understand what is needed to provide their customers with better force measurements as chances are they have large error sources that are going unnoticed. Learning Objectives: *Asking the right questions - We will cover questions relating to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 requirements as well as the appropriate questions to ask in regards to force measuring devices. the webinar will cover the important questions to ask that are often overlooked and make the biggest impact on measurement results. *The Importance of adapters - We will cover the misuse of adapters and why it is so important to use the correct adapters. Errors from not using the proper adapters can result in very large measurement errors. The right equipment - All force equipment should be designed to keep the vertical line of force as pure as possible. We will cover what it means to have equipment that is plumb, level, square, rigid, and free of torsion *The right calibration provider - The primary focus here is going to be on decision rules and whether the calibration provider can make a statement of conformity as required per ISO/IEC 17025:2017 sections 7.1.3 & 22.214.171.124. Meaning we will answer the question of Does your calibration provider have uncertainties low enough to calibrate your equipment?
The training was excellent, and the hospitality of everyone in your organization was splendid, and it was an overall pleasure.
Navy Calibration Technician
The biggest take away from my time at Morehouse was your passion for accuracy in everything you do and your desire to improve measurement accuracy regardless of how profitable it may be for you personally. That is impressive.
Field Calibration Technician
I thoroughly enjoyed your Force Class. I also learned something in the process. I appreciate your delivery and efforts to engage everyone attending. The interactive element and your candor made the class the most beneficial to me.