Comparative results for germanium and platinum thermometer calibration test data approximation

Bogdanova, Nina B.; Terzijska, Bonka M.
October 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct97, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p3766
Academic Journal
Presents a description of the functions R(T) and T(R) for germanium resistance thermometer and platinum resistance thermometer using a special weighted orthonormal polynomial expansion method (OPEM). Approximation problems; Reliability and the advantages of the proposed OPEM.


Related Articles

  • Relaxation calorimetry technique for measuring low temperature specific heat. Newsome Jr., R.W.; Andrei, E.Y. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Jan2004, Vol. 75 Issue 1, p104 

    A rudimentary calorimeter was constructed to measure the temperature dependence of the specific heat of a 10 μ thick (0.62 mg) copolymer film of vinylidene fluoride and trifluoroethylene in the previously unexplored vicinity of 6 K. The data were processed with the algorithm developed by...

  • Technique for thermal conductivity measurements for organic materials over a wide temperature range. Torizuka, Kiyoshi; Tajima, Hiroyuki // Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar2005, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p033908 

    We have developed a technique to measure the thermal conductivity, which enables us to measure for organic samples over a wide temperature range between 4 K and room temperature. In our technique, two heaters and three thermometers are installed unlike the conventional one-heater-two-thermometer...

  • Microfabricated temperature standard based on Johnson noise measurement for the calibration of micro- and nano-thermometers. Dobson, P. S.; Mills, G.; Weaver, J. M. R. // Review of Scientific Instruments;May2005, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p054901 

    An instrument for the definition of absolute temperature on the scale of one micron based on the measurement of Johnson noise in a small metallic resistor has been constructed. The instrument uses conventional monolithic amplifiers and signal processing circuitry and a custom sensor fabricated...

  • Direct temperature monitoring for semiconductors in plasma immersion ion implantation. Tian, Xiubo; Xiubo Tian; Chu, Paul K. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Jul2000, Vol. 71 Issue 7 

    In situ temperature monitoring is extremely important in plasma immersion ion implantation (PIII) of semiconductors. For instance, the silicon wafer must be heated to 600 °C or higher in separation by plasma implantation of oxygen, and in the PIII/ion-cut process, the wafer temperature must...

  • Temperature distribution in a cylindrical furnace for high-pressure use. Kawashima, Y.; Yagi, T. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Jul1988, Vol. 59 Issue 7, p1186 

    Temperature distribution in a cylindrical furnace used in a high-pressure apparatus has been calculated by the difference method. The calculated values are in good agreement with the experimental observations obtained by an x-ray diffraction method. A steep temperature gradient exists in a...

  • A high temperature probe operating in the variable temperature insert of a commercial superconducting magnet system. Leighton, C.; Kern, John; English, Suzanne R. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun2002, Vol. 73 Issue 6, p2364 

    We describe the design, construction, and performance of an oven insert for performing magnetotransport measurements, which operates inside the variable temperature environment of commercial superconducting magnet systems. The probe provides a high temperature environment up to 800 K and is...

  • Cryogenic Temperature Indicator And Controller.  // Physics Today;Jul90, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p75 

    Reviews a cryogenic temperature indicator and controller from Scientific Instruments.

  • Improved sample-holder design for specific-heat measurements in magnetic fields up to 17.5 T. Klaasse, J.C.P.; Hagmusa, I.H.; Bruck, E. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Nov97, Vol. 68 Issue 11, p4208 

    Presents the results obtained with a sample holder made of cold-worked silver and equipped with a combination thermometer with a lower magnetoresistance. Accuracy of low-temperature specific-heat measurements in a certain temperature range; Error margin for large heat capacities.

  • A transit-time flow meter for measuring milliliter per minute liquid flow. Yang, Canqian; Kümmel, M.; So\eberg, H. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Feb1988, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p314 

    A transit-time flow meter, using periodic temperature fluctuations as tracers, has been developed for measuring liquid flow as small as 0.1 ml/min in microchannels. By injecting square waves of heat into the liquid flow upstream with a tiny resistance wire heater, periodic temperature...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics