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JJF 1130-2005

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Standard ID JJF 1130-2005 (JJF1130-2005)
Description (Translated English) Guide to the Estimation of Uncertainty in Calibration of Geometrical Measuring Equipment
Sector / Industry Metrology & Measurement Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard A52
Word Count Estimation 39,315
Date of Issue 2005-04-28
Date of Implementation 2005-07-28
Quoted Standard ISO 1-1975; ISO 4288-1996; GB/T 19001-2000; GB/T 19004-2000; GB/T 18779.1-2002; ISO 14253-3-2002; GB/T 18780.1-2002; JJF 1059-1999; JJF 1001-1998
Drafting Organization China Institute of Metrology
Administrative Organization National Engineering Measurement Technical Committee of Geometrical parameters
Issuing agency(ies) State Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine
Summary This standard applies to geometric measurement device characteristics assessed (calibration) activities. This specification aims to give you complete all of the information reported by the uncertainty and the measurement result and its uncertainty (between customer and supplier relationships) provide a basis for international comparison.

JJF 1130-2005
Guide to the Estimation of Uncertainty in Calibration of Geometrical Measuring Equipment
National Metrology Technical Specification of the People's Republic
Geometric measurement equipment calibration
Uncertainty assessment guide
Released on.2005-04-28
2005-07-28 implementation
The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine issued
Geometric measurement equipment calibration
Uncertainty assessment guide
This specification was approved by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine on April 28,.2005, and
It will take effect on July 28,.2005.
Focal Point. National Geometric Length Measurement Technical Committee
Drafted by. China Institute of Metrology
This specification is interpreted by the National Geometric Length Measurement Technical Committee.
Drafters of this specification.
Ni Yucai (China Institute of Metrology)
Wang Weinong (China Institute of Metrology)
table of Contents
1 range (1)
2 Citations (1)
3 Terms and definitions (2)
3.1 Black box model for uncertainty evaluation (2)
3.2 Transparent Box Model for Uncertainty Evaluation (2)
3.3 Measurement tasks (3)
3.4 Basic Measurement Tasks (Basic Measurements) (3)
3.5 Overall Measurement Tasks (3)
3.6 (measured) extended uncertainty (3)
3.7 True uncertainty (3)
3.8 Conventional Uncertainty---GUM Uncertainty (3)
3.9 approximate uncertainty (3)
3.10 (measured or calibrated) target uncertainty (3)
3.11 Required Measurement Uncertainty (3)
3.12 Uncertainty Management (4)
3.13 (Measurement or Calibration) Uncertainty Estimate (4)
3.14 Uncertainty factors (4)
3.15 Limit value of uncertainty factor (limit of change) (4)
3.16 uncertainty component (4)
3.17 Influence of measuring instrument (4)
3.18 Influence of workpiece (4)
4 symbols (4)
5 Using the iterative GUM method to assess the concept of measurement uncertainty (6)
6 Uncertainty Management Program---PUMA (7)
6.1 Overview (7)
6.2 Uncertainty management for a given measurement process (7)
6.3 Uncertainty management for the design and development of measurement processes (procedures) (8)
7 Measurement error and measurement uncertainty source (10)
7.1 Type of error (10)
7.2 Measurement environment (12)
7.3 Reference Standard for Measuring Equipment (12)
7.4 Measuring Equipment (12)
7.5 Measurement configuration (except for the mounting of the device under test) (13)
7.6 Software and Computing (13)
7.7 Surveyors (13)
7.8 Characteristics of measuring instruments (13)
7.9 Definition of geometrical measuring instrument characteristics (14)
7.10 Measurement Procedures (14)
7.11 Physical Constants and Conversion Factors (14)
8 Evaluation methods for uncertainty components, standard uncertainty and extended uncertainty (14)
8.1 Evaluation of uncertainty components (14)
8.2 Class A assessment of uncertainty components (14)
8.3 Class B assessment of uncertainty components (15)
8.4 Common examples of Class A and Class B assessments (17)
8.5 Black box model and transparent box model for uncertainty evaluation (19)
8.6 Black Box Model for Uncertainty Evaluation---Synthesis Criteria from Uncertainty Component Synthesis
Uncertainty uc (20)
8.7 Transparent Box Model for Uncertainty Evaluation---Synthesis Criteria from Uncertainty Component Synthesis
Uncertainty uc (20)
8.8 Evaluation of extended uncertainty U by synthetic standard uncertainty uc (21)
8.9 Measurement uncertainty parameters uc and U properties (21)
9 Actual Evaluation of Uncertainty---Uncertainty Estimation of PUMA Method (21)
9.1 Overview (21)
9.2 Prerequisites for the uncertainty estimate (21)
9.3 Standard procedure for uncertainty estimates (22)
10 Applications (24)
10.1 Overview (24)
10.2 Document preparation and evaluation of uncertainty values (25)
10.3 Design and documentation of the measurement or calibration process (25)
10.4 Design, Optimization and Documentation of Calibration Levels (26)
10.5 Design and documentation of new measuring equi