The control and measurement of humidity is important for many industrial applications and to ensure the appropriate storage of materials and products. Humidity measurement techniques are diverse and each presents different challenges for use and calibration for a range of pressures and gases. Over the past few years, the development of humidity sensors and apparatus has matured to a level where traceable calibration is beneficial to all industries in which humidity and moisture measurement and control are important. This paper deals with a European project in which the overall objective is to develop or extend the measurement and research capabilities of the participating emerging NMI/DIs’ countries in the field of humidity measurements, where access to these types of facilities is currently limited.

Improving emerging European NMIs’ capabilities in humidity measurement / Hodžić, N; Čohodarević, S; Jandrić, N; Strnad, R; Zvizdić, D; Šestan, D; Fernicola, V; Smorgon, D; Iacomini, L; Simić, S; Mac Lochlainn, D; Karaboce, N; Oguz Aytekin, S; Bojkovski, J; Hudoklin, D; Petrušova, O; Vukičević, T. - In: JOURNAL OF PHYSICS. CONFERENCE SERIES. - ISSN 1742-6588. - 1065(2018), p. 122019. [10.1088/1742-6596/1065/12/122019]

Improving emerging European NMIs’ capabilities in humidity measurement

Fernicola, V;Smorgon, D;Iacomini, L;
2018

Abstract

The control and measurement of humidity is important for many industrial applications and to ensure the appropriate storage of materials and products. Humidity measurement techniques are diverse and each presents different challenges for use and calibration for a range of pressures and gases. Over the past few years, the development of humidity sensors and apparatus has matured to a level where traceable calibration is beneficial to all industries in which humidity and moisture measurement and control are important. This paper deals with a European project in which the overall objective is to develop or extend the measurement and research capabilities of the participating emerging NMI/DIs’ countries in the field of humidity measurements, where access to these types of facilities is currently limited.
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