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Traceable News #02 2017 |
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Paper "Zero gas reference standards" co-authored by VSL awarded the CITAC Best Paper Award 2016
The paper "Zero gas reference standards" co-authored by VSL has been awarded the CITAC Best Paper Award 2016. It is a joint work with the NMIs from France and the UK and it was published in the scientific journal Analytical Methods last year. The award certificate was presented to first author Marta Doval Miñarro at the 32nd CITAC meeting in Paris.
PPM-level linearity calibration of DC current sensors for MRI applications
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) demands control and measurement of DC magnet currents at the highest accuracy levels. VSL has recently supported Prodrive Technologies B.V., a Dutch manufacturer of equipment for advanced MRI systems, in their development of the required current sensors by calibration of the linearity of their prototype product.
Meet VSL’s gas metrology experts at GAS Analysis 2017
GAS Analysis 2017 (www.gasanalysisevent.com) is the leading international symposium and exhibition for gas analysis manufacturers, technical staff, scientists and end-users, presenting you the latest developments and applications in laboratory & process analysis, metrology and sensor technology.
Workshop Metrology for Future Smart Grid Technologies great success
The workshop on Metrology for Future Smart Grid Technologies organized by VSL on 19 and 20 April in Haarlem, The Netherlands, was a great success. The workshop was one of the final activities of three European joint research projects in the area of Smart Electrical Grid Metrology.
To view a list of VSL's current Interlaboratory comparisons and Proficiency testings, please download a copy by clicking here. If you want more information on this subject, or your company wants to participate in one of the ILC's, please send an e-mail to ComPass@vsl.nl.
VSL will be present at the Gas Ananlysis 2017 and is hoping to see you at our booth 5.
Gas Flow Metrology
This five-day course focuses on the backgrounds of gas flow and energy measurement and the pitfalls that can be encountered in these measurements. It was developed for people who are active in gas quantity and energy measurements and for people who are responsible for calibration or the initial verification of gas meters, like metering managers and metering engineers, design engineers, station operators, service staff, inspectors and employees responsible for and performing calibration activities.