Review and calculate specific examples for measurement uncertainty. This course teaches a practical approach to measurement uncertainty applications. Examples are relevant whether you are a testing laboratory or calibrating in the electrical, physical/dimensional, or inspection areas.
Learn a practical approach to measurement uncertainty applications. Focus on measurement uncertainty for calibration laboratories. Understand the steps required, accepted practices, and the types of uncertainties that need to be considered by accredited laboratories.
- CEU Hours: 1.9
- Length: 19 Hours
- ASQ RU: 1.9
- Provider: ASQ - ILT
- Determine what factors should be considered when creating an uncertainty budget.
- Understand the way to statistically model budgets and distributions.
- Review uncertainty budgets.
- Understand the difference between Calibration and Measurement Capability (CMC) and Measurement Uncertainty (MU).
- Examine international practices and practical statistics.
- Review and calculate specific examples for measurement uncertainty.
Prerequisites:See Details for items you should bring to class with you.
Who Should Attend:Laboratory management or technical staff responsible for uncertainties, and consultants for testing or calibration organizations.
- Day 1 Agenda
- Hand out Course Material
- Welcome, Introductions, Goal Setting
- Definitions, Key Documents, Acronyms
- Comments on Marketplace Uncertainty Software
- Expressing Measurements and Uncertainties
- Standard Notation/Scientific Notation/SI Units Plus Usage and Prefixes
- Significant Digits/Rounding Numbers/Exercises
- How NIST and the GUM Want Terms to be Used
- NIST 811 Guidance/Standard Deviations/Mean, Median, and Mode/Exercises
- Regression Analysis/Type A and Type B Factors
- What ISO/IEC 17025 Assessors Verify for Uncertainty Budgets
- Accreditation Scopes
- BMC/CMCs vs. MUs vs. Z-540 uncertainties
- Categories of Calibration and Testing
- Uncertainty Budget Basics
- Day 2 Agenda
- Welcome, Introductions, Goal Setting
- What to Consider with BMC/CMC Budgets
- Commonly Seen in BMC/CMC Claims
- Overestimation vs. Underestimation-When Can the Lab Claim Their BMCs/CMCs on Calibration Certificates
- Calibration and Deriving BMC/CMC Claims for Micrometers, Calipers, and Indicators
- Calibration and Deriving BMC/CMC Claims for Scales and Balances
- Calibration and Deriving BMC/CMC Claims for Optical Comparators
- Day 3 Agenda
- Uncertainty Budgets and Realistic Claims in a Working Environment
- What Assessors Will Ask You to Prove
- Calculating CMC or MU for Student-provided Examples
- Exercise to Create an Uncertainty SOP
- Attendee Uncertainty Questions and Examples Reviewed
- Final Wrap-Up
This is a two and a half day, instructor-led, face-to-face course.
Please bring a handheld calculator. Attendees are encouraged to bring calibration examples from their laboratories so that the classes may assist in developing real-life uncertainty budgets.
Requests for course cancellations or transfers received less than 30 calendar days prior to course start date can transfer fees paid to another course offering or transfer the registration to another attendee.
ANAB is not liable for failure to perform its obligations under this contract as a result of strikes, riots, curtailment of transportation, acts of God, or any other cause beyond its control. If the session is cancelled, the registration fee will be refunded or the fee can be transferred to an alternate session.
If you have a question regarding the ANAB cancellation policy, please call Caroline Trenner at 414-501-5466 or email@example.com.
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