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System for automatic gauge block length measurement optimized forsecondary length metrology

Originální název

System for automatic gauge block length measurement optimized forsecondary length metrology

Anglický název

System for automatic gauge block length measurement optimized forsecondary length metrology

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en

Originální abstrakt

tThis paper presents a contactless system for automatic gauge blocks calibration based on combination oflaser interferometry and low-coherence interferometry. In the presented system, the contactless mea-surement of the absolute gauge block length is done as a single-step operation without any change inoptical setup during the measurement. The optical setup is combined with compact gauge block changerwith a capacity of 126-ga blocks, which makes the resulting system fully automatic.The paper also presents in detail a set of optimization steps which have been done in order to trans-form the original experimental setup into the automatic system which meets secondary length metrologyrequirements. To prove the measurement traceability, we conducted a set of gauge block length mea-surement comparing data from the optimized system and the established reference systems TESA NPLA.G.I. 300 and TESA–UPC operated in Czech Metrology Institute Laboratory.

Anglický abstrakt

tThis paper presents a contactless system for automatic gauge blocks calibration based on combination oflaser interferometry and low-coherence interferometry. In the presented system, the contactless mea-surement of the absolute gauge block length is done as a single-step operation without any change inoptical setup during the measurement. The optical setup is combined with compact gauge block changerwith a capacity of 126-ga blocks, which makes the resulting system fully automatic.The paper also presents in detail a set of optimization steps which have been done in order to trans-form the original experimental setup into the automatic system which meets secondary length metrologyrequirements. To prove the measurement traceability, we conducted a set of gauge block length mea-surement comparing data from the optimized system and the established reference systems TESA NPLA.G.I. 300 and TESA–UPC operated in Czech Metrology Institute Laboratory.

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@article{BUT139390,
  author="Zdeněk {Buchta} and Martin {Šarbort} and Martin {Čížek} and Václav {Hucl} and Šimon {Řeřucha} and Tomáš {Pikálek} and Štěpánka {Dvořáčková} and Kůr {Jan} and Martin {Weigl} and Josef {Lazar} and Ondřej {Číp}",
  title="System for automatic gauge block length measurement optimized forsecondary length metrology",
  annote="tThis paper presents a contactless system for automatic gauge blocks calibration based on combination oflaser interferometry and low-coherence interferometry. In the presented system, the contactless mea-surement of the absolute gauge block length is done as a single-step operation without any change inoptical setup during the measurement. The optical setup is combined with compact gauge block changerwith a capacity of 126-ga blocks, which makes the resulting system fully automatic.The paper also presents in detail a set of optimization steps which have been done in order to trans-form the original experimental setup into the automatic system which meets secondary length metrologyrequirements. To prove the measurement traceability, we conducted a set of gauge block length mea-surement comparing data from the optimized system and the established reference systems TESA NPLA.G.I. 300 and TESA–UPC operated in Czech Metrology Institute Laboratory.",
  chapter="139390",
  number="49",
  volume="49",
  year="2017",
  month="march",
  pages="322--331",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}