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COMPARISON OF TWO DIFERENT APPROACHES IN THE UNCERTAINTY CALCULATION OF GRAVIMETRIC VOLUME CALIBRATION

By Elsa Batista, Nelson Almeida, Eduarda Filipe and João Alves E Sousa

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Abstract − The uncertainty calculation in the calibration of volumetric instruments is normally performed with the classical approach of the “mainstream GUM”. In order to validate the obtained results, since there is a degree of non linearity involved in handling the corresponding expression of volume, a Monte Carlo method was used as a second approach for calculation of that measurement uncertainty. The results of this comparison and corresponding conclusions are presented

Topics: uncertainty, Monte Carlo Method, volume
Year: 2009
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