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|Title: ||Reevaluation of AC-DC current transfer system based on single junction thermal converters at INMETRO|
|Authors: ||Ventura, Rodrigo Vargas Freitas|
Souza, Regiane Maria de
Silveira, Flávio Alexandre da
|Keywords: ||Corrente elétrica|
Incerteza de medição
|Issue Date: ||2011 |
|Citation: ||SOUZA, R. M.; VENTURA, R. V. F.; SILVEIRA, S. A. Reevaluation of AC-DC current transfer system based on single junction thermal converters at INMETRO. In: IX Semetro, 2011, Natal. Anais... Natal: Rio Grande do Norte, 2011.|
|Abstract: ||As the national metrology institute of Brazil, Inmetro is responsible for the maintenance and support given to clients in Brazil and abroad. In order to implement
its services with high quality performance, Inmetro develops systems which will provide the dissemination of the basic magnitudes.
Corroborating to this mission, the Voltage and Current Laboratory (Latce) presents its standard for ac-dc current transfer based on Single Junction Thermal Converters (SJTCs), the behaviour of Latce’s standards, and the recent upgrades in the system.
Responsible for the calibration of both voltage and current instruments, such as accurate multifunction calibrators and
multimeters for other laboratories or industry, the transfer standards are between the first levels of the traceability pyramid for the dissemination of time-dependent voltage and current magnitudes.
The system for ac-dc current transfer measurement has been improved since BIPM international key comparison of ac-dc current transfer standards – CCEM K12, by changes in the setup and uncertainty budget reevaluation. The aim of this paper is to show how Latce managed to reduce uncertainty magnitude.|
|Description: ||4 p. : il.|
|Document type: ||Artigo / Article|
|Unit: ||Divisão de Metrologia Elétrica|
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