NCSLINational Conference of Standards Laboratories International
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The new measurement system was recently used to calibrate a set of four 1 M[ohm] resistance standards for an NCSLI interlaboratory comparison.
* Establishment of a group (possibly within ASME B89.7, NCSLI, NIST, or universities) with the mission to catalogue currently available educational resources for uncertainty issues.
how it will be validated/certified (multi-level certification by professional societies, e.g., ASME, SME, NCSLI, SAE, AMTMA, ASQ, vendors, colleges, universities).
Proposed Solution: The proposed solution is the coordinated development by ASME, NCSLI, NIST, NACLA (and other institutions with shared responsibility in the area of measurement uncertainty) of documented standard methods for: itemizing and listing contributions to uncertainty that must be addressed; appropriately defining "scope of accreditation," e.g..