Force and Uncertainty Training - Applied Fundamentals of Force Calibration
FORCE AND UNCERTAINTY TRAINING COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course will cover applied force calibration techniques and will include live demonstrations using secondary standards to exhibit potential errors made in everyday force measurements. The measurement errors demonstrated and discussed will include errors associated with improper alignment, use of different and/or incorrect adapter types, thread depth, and thread loading. The course will cover the basics of measurement uncertainty and provide the tools for anyone to put together a CMC or uncertainty budget.
We will cover the basics required for you to understand the requirements and get you running by providing practical examples and worksheets that you can apply to estimate the measurement uncertainty required for ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI Z540.3 requirements. The ISO Guide 98-3 (GUM) process is broken down into a simple process and applied for you to implement in your laboratory whether it is for calculating the measurement uncertainty for reporting your CMC (Calibration and Measurement Capability) for your scope of accreditation or for reporting it on your calibration report for the customer (ILAC P14 requirement).
FORCE AND UNCERTAINTY TRAINING COURSE CONTENT:
- Common Types of Force Measuring Instrumentation
- Troubleshooting a Load Cell
- Calibration Traceability
- ASTM E74, ISO 376, and Other Force Calibration Procedures
- Troubleshooting a Load Cell
- Requirements for ISO/IEC 7025 and ANSI Z540.3.
- Basic definitions relating to Measurement Uncertainty.
- Basic Statistics Required for Measurement Uncertainty.
- The GUM process simplified
- The Measurement Uncertainty Budget implemented in a spreadsheet (template provided).
- Reporting Measurement Uncertainty (Scope of Accreditation CMC, Customer Reports)
FORCE AND UNCERTAINTY TRAINING TARGET ATTENDEES:
Anyone who is currently performing force measurements.
FORCE AND UNCERTAINTY TRAINING PRE-REQUISITE:
FORCE AND UNCERTAINTY TRAINING LEARNING OUTCOMES :
After successful completion of the course, the trainee will be able to:
- Know how to prevent common measurement mistakes
- Be able to perform diagnostic checks on a load cell
- Understand the concepts and standards presented
- Put together an uncertainty budget using the materials provided
1.2 CEUs Awarded
FORCE AND UNCERTAINTY TRAINING PRESENTATION STYLE:
Lecture, discussion, and group exercises.
FORCE AND UNCERTAINTY TRAINING INSTRUCTORS:
Henry A Zumbrun ( President of Morehouse Instrument Company) has over 20 years of experience in the force measurement industry and has presented and given classes to hundreds of students. Henry is a six sigma black belt, lean champion, and technical advisor for NAPT.
Dilip A. Shah (Fellow of the American Society for Quality - ASQ) has over 35 years of industry experience in metrology, electronics, instrumentation, measurement, and computer applications of statistics in the Quality Assurance areas.
He is well versed in all measurement parameters. Dilip is the co-author of The Metrology Handbook (1st and 2nd editions) published by the ASQ Quality Press and has contributed to the 2010 re-write of the CCT Primer by the Quality Council of Indiana. Dilip participates actively in the measurement-related issues through the National Conference of Standards Laboratories International (NCSLI) and the west coast based Measurement Science Conference (MSC) where he presents sessions, papers, and workshops. Dilip is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
FORCE AND UNCERTAINTY TRAINING SCHEDULE:
8:00 – 4:30 with Lunch.
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