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Cylindricity measurement by the V-block method – Theoretical and practical problems
Abstract The most popular methods applied to measure cylindricity are the radial methods. These methods are characterized by a high metrological level. The disadvantage, however, is that they can beExpand
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Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the accuracy of the V-block method of cylindricity measurements
Abstract In various branches of industry (for example, in the paper, electric or shipping industry), large and heavy cylindrical elements play a very important role. Such elements should be of highExpand
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A two-dimensional isotropic spline filter
Abstract The work deals with the development of a two-dimensional isotropic spline filter with application to the separation of components of the surface topography, i.e. roughness, waviness andExpand
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A Preliminary Study of the Coupling of Desorption Electrospray Ionization—Mass Spectrometry with Pressurized Planar Electrochromatography
This report describes the first results from coupling of pressurized planar electrochromatography (PPEC) and desorption electrospray ionization (DESI) mass spectrometry (MS). Nine analytes wereExpand
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The catenation and isomerisation effects on stability constants of complexes formed by some diprotic acids.
Stability constants (K(ijk)) of complexes Na(i)K(j)H(k)L(+i+j+k-2) (0<i+j+k</=2) formed by dicarboxylic (oxalic, malonic, succinic, glutaric, adipic and methylmalonic, dimethylmalonic, ethylmalonic)Expand
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Determination of stability constants of complexes of MiKjHkL type in concentrated solutions of mixed salts.
This paper suggests a non-conventional approach towards the correct determination of stability constants K(ijk) of mixed complexes from the results of potentiometric titrations. The method is basedExpand
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Gaussian filters with profile extrapolation
Abstract A filter with the transmission characteristic described by the Gaussian curve is the most common filter used in surface metrology to separate roughness, waviness, and form. The most naturalExpand
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Sphericity measurements by the radial method: I. Mathematical fundamentals
Traditionally, form errors of spherical components have been assessed on the basis of roundness profiles measured in several randomly selected cross-sections. However, such evaluation is superficial,Expand
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A generalized L2-spline filter
Abstract This paper presents a generalization of the L 2 -spline filter developed by Krystek [M. Krystek, Form filtering by splines, Measurement 18 (1996) 9–15]. Here, we assume that the distanceExpand
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Investigating the influence of selected factors on results of V-block cylindricity measurements
Abstract The article deals with the method of cylindricity measurements using V-blocks. It was assumed, as was in the case of roundness profile measurements before, that the V-block method can beExpand
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