User seminar measurement uncertainties, understand, calculate and interpret measurements and tests so the match, products and processes with specifications, to check the standards or legal requirements performed, the conformity. They are intended to ensure that prescribed limits and form the basis for the review, the share, or the rejection of products and processes. The exact knowledge of the uncertainty of measurement is important for the evaluation of measurement and test results for the comparability of measurements and tests, as well as for the acceptance or rejection of products. A measurement or test result without specifying the measurement uncertainty can lead to wrong decisions of conformity with serious economic or legal consequences. But even modern devices allow no absolutely accurate analysis of a component or material. Slightest fluctuations in the testing process, the gauge or the component to be always lead to fluctuations of the measuring and Test results. These fluctuations are described by the uncertainty of measurement. In our application seminar (29.08 to 27.08.11), measurement uncertainties calculated in detail procedure of material testing and interpreted the results from customer and supplier perspective.
The seminar is aimed at professionals from the fields of quality assurance, materials testing, acceptance and inspection and damage analysis. We, the employees of material service GmbH, are specialists in materials. We operate as: inspection body accredited for products, processes and damage analyses accredited test laboratory for the testing of metals certified training facility for material testing and heat treatment recognized training centre for non-destructive testing part funded further education we qualify staff to the: specialist for materials engineering: specialist for material testing: our competence in inspection, testing and training we cover in User seminars together: for example, OES and XRF spectrum analysis: detailed information on the subject of measurement uncertainty and our seminar see. Ingo Sanjib Panda