Dissemination of thermodynamic temperature above the freezing point of silver

M. Sadli, G. Machin, K. Anhalt, F. Bourson, S. Briaudeau, D. del Campo, A. Diril, O. Kozlova, D.H. Lowe, J.M. Mantilla Amor, M.J. Martin, H.C. McEvoy, M. Ojanen-Saloranta, Ö. Pehlivan, B. Rougié, S.G.R. Salim

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    Abstract

    The mise-en-pratique for the definition of the kelvin at high temperatures will formally allow dissemination of thermodynamic temperature either directly or mediated through high-temperature fixed points (HTFPs). In this paper, these two distinct dissemination methods are evaluated, namely source-based and detector-based. This was achieved by performing two distinct dissemination trials: one based on HTFPs, the other based on absolutely calibrated radiation thermometers or filter radiometers. These trials involved six national metrology institutes in Europe in the frame of the European Metrology Research Programme joint project 'Implementing the new kelvin' (InK). The results have shown that both dissemination routes are possible, with similar standard uncertainties of 1-2 K, over the range 1273-2773 K, showing that, depending on the facilities available in the laboratory, it will soon be possible to disseminate thermodynamic temperatures above 1273K to users by either of the two methods with uncertainties comparable to the current temperature scale.
    Original languageEnglish
    Article number20150043
    JournalPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
    Volume374
    Issue number2064
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2016
    MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

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    Silver
    melting points
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    silver
    Metrology
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    Fixed point
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    Uncertainty
    temperature scales
    Radiometer
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    Keywords

    • filter radiometer
    • high-temperature fixed points
    • radiation thermometer
    • thermodynamic temperature

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    Sadli, M. ; Machin, G. ; Anhalt, K. ; Bourson, F. ; Briaudeau, S. ; del Campo, D. ; Diril, A. ; Kozlova, O. ; Lowe, D.H. ; Mantilla Amor, J.M. ; Martin, M.J. ; McEvoy, H.C. ; Ojanen-Saloranta, M. ; Pehlivan, Ö. ; Rougié, B. ; Salim, S.G.R. / Dissemination of thermodynamic temperature above the freezing point of silver. In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 2016 ; Vol. 374, No. 2064.
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    Sadli, M, Machin, G, Anhalt, K, Bourson, F, Briaudeau, S, del Campo, D, Diril, A, Kozlova, O, Lowe, DH, Mantilla Amor, JM, Martin, MJ, McEvoy, HC, Ojanen-Saloranta, M, Pehlivan, Ö, Rougié, B & Salim, SGR 2016, 'Dissemination of thermodynamic temperature above the freezing point of silver', Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, vol. 374, no. 2064, 20150043. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsta.2015.0043

    Dissemination of thermodynamic temperature above the freezing point of silver. / Sadli, M.; Machin, G.; Anhalt, K.; Bourson, F.; Briaudeau, S.; del Campo, D.; Diril, A.; Kozlova, O.; Lowe, D.H.; Mantilla Amor, J.M.; Martin, M.J.; McEvoy, H.C.; Ojanen-Saloranta, M.; Pehlivan, Ö.; Rougié, B.; Salim, S.G.R.

    In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, Vol. 374, No. 2064, 20150043, 2016.

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