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  • Understand issues relating to calibration intervals and normative constraints
  • Know how to use the various optimization techniques described in FD X07-014: drift study, using uncertainties and the OPPERET method (Optimization of calibration intervals)
  • Optimise calibration intervals for the company’s measuring instrument base
  • Reduce MIM costs while also limiting risks by monitoring procedures

Metrology managers, quality managers, employees involved in managing the measuring instruments base and the related calibration intervals.

  • Basic maths skills
  • Basic Excel skills
  • Basic knowledge of metrology

By the end of the course, the participant will be able to select and give a reasoned case for the calibration intervals best suited to the company’s measuring instrument base, thus guaranteeing the industrial risk while reducing calibration costs.

Programme

Basic concepts

  • Studies of standards requirements for calibration intervals
  • Basic statistics
  • The concept of measurement uncertainty
  • Calibration/verification definitions
  • Comments on sample CE/CV
    Reminder of basic statistics principles
  • Probability distribution
  • Standardized deviations
  • Normal distribution
    Calculating calibration intervals
  • Periodicity ratio method (FD X07-014)
  • Statistical drift method (FD X07-014)
  • OPPERET method (FD X07-014)
  • Other standardized approaches (ILAC G27 / OIML D10)
  • Discussion of non-standardized methods
  • Steps in the periodicity survey for a given instrument base
  • Pros/cons of the various approaches
    Monitoring procedures
  • Tracking a known object
  • Measurement redundancy
  • Dedicated measurement procedure
  • Correlation/intrinsic nature of “object” characteristics
  • Use of Conform and Non-conform objects
    Practical application
  • Personalized advice in how to apply the methods to the participants’ actual instrument base
From 2000 € Ex. Tax On site or at our premises For a group of up to 12 people CUSTOM - Pre and post-course support and mentoring
Remote Coaching
From 1750 € Ex. Tax Customized training programme on a digital platform: lessons, practical exercises and online resources Regular coaching with an instructor Unlimited access for a 12-month period
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  • Feedback on how Deltamu applies these methods to real-life cases at their clients
  • Applied to real cases provided by the participants