MAPAN Journal Volume 20

Number 1, January – March 2005A 

Preface 3
Guidelines for the Evaluation of the Uncertainty of Hardness Measurements
K. Herrmann
5
State of the Art of the Conventional Hardness Measuring Methods : Rockwell, Brinell and Vickers
Samuel Low
15
Dynamic Hardness Measurements
M. Kompatscher
25
Hardness and Microstructure Studies of Standard Hardness Blocks
S.S.K. Titus, S.K. Jain, Anil Kumar and K.K. Jain
37
Development of the Instrumented Indentation Test
Christian Ullner
43
Review of Hardness Measurement Methods for Rubber and Plastics
Anton A tibler
53
Requirements for the Accreditation of Hardness Testing Laboratories
T. Polzin
63
Calibration of Electromechanical Type Direct Pressure Indicating Devices and Evaluation of AssociatedUncertainties
Sanjay Yadav and A.K. Bandyopadhyay
71
Fortysecond List of Fellows, Members and Company Members 92
Form IV 94

Number 2, April – June 2005

Dimensional Metrology

Preface 97
Interferometric Length MeasurementA
Andrew Yacoot, Mike Downes and Jens FlA?gge
99
Product Surfaces in Precision Engineering, Microengineering and NanotechnologyA
L. De Chiffre, H. Kunzmann, G.N. Peggs and D.A. Lucca
115
Nano- and Micrometrology – State-of-the-Art and Future ChallengesA
GA?nter Wilkening and Harald Bosse
125
Coordinate Metrology – Evaluation of Task Specific Uncertainties by SimulationA
Franz WA¤ldele, Heinrich Schwenke and Christian Keck
153

Temperature Metrology

Calibration of Contact Thermometers above the Triple Point of Water at PTB
Steffen Rudtsch, Erich Tegeler and Joachim Fischer
165
Traceability and Metrological Infrastructure for Industrial Temperature Measurements in GermanyA
Sven Friederici and Erich Tegeler
171
Advances in High-Temperature Standards above 1000A°CA
Yoshiro Yamada
183
New High-Temperature Variable-Temperature and Fixed-Point Blackbodies for PrecisionA
Measurements in Radiation Thermometry and Radiometry
V.I. Sapritsky, B.B. Khlevnoy, S.A. Ogarev, M.L. Samoylov, V.I. Shapoval and M.K. Sakharov
193
Fortythird List of Members, Associate Members and Company Members 205

Number 3, July – September 2005

Preface 211
Multicomponent Force SensorsA
C. Ferrero
213
Build-Up Force-Measuring System and its ApplicationsA
Yon-Kyu Park and Dae-Im Kang
223
Long-Term Observation of Force Transfer Transducers as a Tool to Confirm the MeasurementA
Capability of Force Standard Machines
Aimo Pusa
231
Force Measuring Facility from the Range of 1 mN to 10 NA
Stefan Niehe
239
Realization of Force Scale upto 50 kN through Dead Weight Force Machines at NPL, IndiaA
Kamlesh K. Jain, S.K. Jain, J.K. Dhawan and Anil Kumar
249
Microsensor for Stress Surveillance in Building StructuresA
F. Tegtmeier
259
Fortyfourth List of Fellows, Members and Associate Members 269

Number 4, October – December 2005

Reference Blocks Development for Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge CalibrationA
M. El-Gazery and A. Amer
273
Refining the Geostationary Satellite Orbit Determination Using Multi-stationA
INSAT STFS Observations
A. Sen Gupta and A. K. Hanjura
283
Evaluation of Proficiency Tests by the Use of Reference Value Based on the CMCs of an NMIA
Yoshito Mitani, Judith Velina Lara, Ma. del Rocio Arvizu and Alejandro Perez
291
Interlaboratory Comparison in the Pressure Range 7 – 70 MPa Using Digital Pressure CalibratorA
Sanjay Yadav and A. K. Bandyopadhyay
297
Statistical Model to Find Accuracy of Test and Measuring Instruments when it is not Available/Given : Solution of a Quality Problem in Calibration
O.P. Kapoor
311
Fortyfifth List of Members 319
Volume Contents 320
Author Index 323