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Application of metal (carbide)?carbon eutectic fixed points in radiometry
Metal (carbide)–carbon eutectic fixed points when applied to radiometry should operate at a temperature preferably exceeding 3000 K, have a large aperture, be robust and have long plateau duration.Expand
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Reproducible metal carbon eutectic fixed-points
The reproducibility of high-temperature metal–carbon fixed-points has been investigated. Crucibles and metals from the National Physical Laboratory were used to construct fixed-points using theExpand
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Thermodynamic temperature determinations of Co–C, Pd–C, Pt–C and Ru–C eutectic fixed-point cells
Thermodynamic temperatures during the melt and the freeze of Co?C, Pd?C, Pt?C and Ru?C metal?carbon fixed-point cells manufactured by LNE?INM/CNAM, NMIJ and NPL were determined by absolutelyExpand
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Supercontinuum-Source-Based Facility for Absolute Calibration of Radiation Thermometers
At the National Metrology Institute of Japan (NMIJ), a new monochromator-based absolute radiometric calibration system for radiation thermometers has been developed with a supercontinuum (SC) sourceExpand
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Investigation of Furnace Uniformity and its Effect on High-Temperature Fixed-Point Performance
A large-area furnace BB3500YY was designed and built at the VNIIOFI as a furnace for high-temperature metal (carbide)–carbon (M(C)–C) eutectic fixed points and was then investigated at the NMIJ. TheExpand
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An International Study of the Long-Term Stability of Metal–Carbon Eutectic Cells
For high-temperature fixed points to be accepted as temperature references, it is of prime importance that their long-term stability is demonstrated. This evaluation is part of the CCT-WG5Expand
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SIE and OME as tools to estimate the uncertainty in the correction for the effect of impurities applied to metal-carbon eutectic systems
For high-purity metal fixed points the sum of individual estimates (SIE) and the overall maximum estimate (OME) have been introduced as tools to estimate the uncertainty in the correction for theExpand
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Combustion Behavior of Pulverized Coal in Tuyere Zone of Blast Furnace and Influence of Injection Lance Arrangement on Combustibility
Hot model experiments on pulverized coal injection were carried out to understand the combustion mechanism of pulverized coal injected into the blast furnace. The combustion behavior of theExpand
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Retinal angiotensin II and angiotensin-(1-7) response to hyperglycemia and an intervention with captopril
Hypothesis: Hyperglycemia decreases angiotensin-(1-7), the endogenous counter-regulator of angiotensin II in the retina. Materials and methods: The distribution and levels of retinal angiotensin IIExpand
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Performance evaluation of WC-C peritectic high-temperature fixed point
WC-C peritectic fixed point (2749 °C) was investigated to evaluate their potential of serving as high-temperature reference points in thermometry. Four WC-C peritectic cells were constructed and theExpand
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