Methods of testing strain resistors on the conditions of operating in large-load balances

Koller, A. A.; Tsibin, I. G.; Cherepanov, V. Ya.
November 2009
Measurement Techniques;Nov2009, Vol. 52 Issue 11, p1147
Academic Journal
Sufficientness and objectiveness is considered in the use of normalized metrological characteristics in load-cell calculations on calculation methods of calculation description of large-weight loads of balances working with wide temperature ranges.


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