Measurement Uncertainty Estimation
Measurement uncertainty describes a region about an observed value of a physical quantity which is likely to enclose the true value of that quantity. Reporting measurement uncertainty is compulsory for ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration and mechanical testing laboratories.
This training module is designed based on ISO Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement, 1995 and Eurachem / CITAC Guide CG 4, Quantifying Uncertainty in Analytical Measurement, 2nd Edition, which are the current version that these laboratories are supposed to follow. Participants are guided through a series of hands on practice, conduct experiments, collect data and perform calculation, learning from the simplest example of expressing uncertainty to complex multiple unit models.
Examples in these fields are discussed so that participants can apply the knowledge in daily working environment, to design and modify uncertainty models. On top of these, the module does emphasis on its application which is beyond the content of the Guide. The course is practical, easy understanding and applicable to all types of testing in general.
Quality Managers, Technical Managers, Laboratory Managers, Supervisors, Chemist, microbiologist, Engineer, Signatories of test reports & certificates, Laboratory Personnel.
At the end of the course, participants are expected to:
- Understand the concept of measurement uncertainty and its application.
- Apply the knowledge of measurement uncertainty in mechanical, physical testing and calibration laboratories to meet the requirements of all ISO quality management systems
Participants are required to complete a project usually at the end of training or submit within two weeks after the training
- Certificate of competency - achieves score points above 70 %
- Certificate of attendance - score points below 70 % or no submission of project.
Building life models calculations, case studies, brain storming, hands on practice, lecture, discussion, course project.
Subjects to study
- Uncertainty relates to the use of instrument in the context of ISO Quality Management System
- The Concept
- Make a Model of the Measuring System
- Identify all Sources of Uncertainty
- Calculate the Standard Uncertainty u for each Parameter
- Calculate the Combined Standard Uncertainty Uc
- Calculate the Degree of Freedom
- Calculate the Expanded Uncertainty
- Reporting Uncertainty
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