Pressure Measurement and Calibration.
Who should attend: Those who need a better understanding on how to make meaningful pressure measurements in an efficient manner to the accuracy required. Suitable for a broad range staff from those new to pressure, to knowledgeable engineers and scientists.
Level: All aspects of the course start at a basic level and progress to knowledge not found in books or in other courses, but gained from the presenter’s experiences.
Course content: The course starts with discussing what is meant by the term pressure, then units, types of sensors, methods of establishing known pressures, simulation and measurement, examples of common mistakes, interpreting results, uncertainty budgets and a look into the future.
Learning outcomes: An understanding of most aspects of pressure measurement and generation, an introduction to using various types of equipment, and the ability to produce basic uncertainty budgets. The course is based in Chamois Metrology’s UKAS Accredited laboratory and has an emphasis on hands-on experiences.
Training delivery: The course will be presented by Neil Morgan of Chamois Metrology http://www.chamois.net who has many years of experience in both industrial and laboratory measurements. This course for only 6 people so we can provide tailored knowledge transfer to those attending.
Available places: Only 8 places are available.
Included: Refreshments through the day, lunch, course notes and a copy of the slides, certificate of attendance and other relevant information on a USB memory stick.
Options: The course is based in the UKAS Accredited laboratory of Chamois Metrology Ltd..
More information: If you require more detailed information then please contact me, Dave Ayres using any of the contact methods below:
Web site: www.benrhos.co.uk
Tel: 01341 440649