Metrology for humidity at high temperatures and transient conditions

    Project: EU project

    Project Details

    Description

    Accurate humidity measurements at high temperatures for industry.

    Humidity is a key parameter in controlling industrial drying processes. The quality of humidity measurements affects productivity through energy and material efficiency.

    Project aims to improve the accuracy of industrial humidity measurements at high temperatures and transient conditions.

    VTT MIKES will develop a field humidity calibrator based on dynamic humidity and procedures for humidity calibration in transient conditions.


    Call 2014: Metrology for Industry

    This project has received funding from the EMPIR programme co-financed by the Participating States and from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
    AcronymHIT
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date1/09/1531/08/18

    Collaborative partners

    • BA66 National metrology institute VTT MIKES (lead)
    • Centre Technique des Industries Aérauliques et Thermiques (CETIAT) (Project partner)
    • Danish Electronics Light and Acoustics (DELTA) (Project partner)
    • Danish Technological Institute (DTI) (Project partner)
    • National Metrological Institute (INRIM) (Project partner)
    • Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) (Project partner)
    • University of Ljubljana (Project partner)
    • Dutch Metrology Institute (VSL) (Project partner)
    • National Research Council (CNR) (Project partner)
    • GBV Impianti Srl (Project partner)
    • Michell Instruments Benelux BV (Project partner)
    • Technische Universität Darmstadt (Project partner)
    • University of Cassino (Project partner)
    • Vaisala Oyj (Project partner)
    • van Schaik Innovation Handling B.V. (Project partner)

    Funding

    • EURAMET e.V.

    Keywords

    • humidity measurement
    • dynamic humidity
    • humidity calibrator

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