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Importance of Measuring Approach in Measurements Performed During the Restoration and Conservation Works

D. Krstic, Croatian Conservation Institute, Croatia
V. Mudronja, Faculty of Engineering and Naval Architecture, Croatia
F. Meder, Croatian Conservation Institute, Croatia
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Abstract

The paper uses an example of measuring dampness to explain theoretically the uncertainty of the measuring result, i.e. the capability of a measuring system to assure the set requirements.
Keywords: measuring dampness, uncertainty of measurement, measuring repeatability and reproducibility

1. INTRODUCTION

2. CAPABILITY OF MEASURING SYSTEM

3. ANALYSIS OF REPEATABILITY AND REPRODUCIBILITY

4. CONCLUSION

References

  1. Massari, G. and Massari, I.: Damp Buildings, old and new, ICCROM, Rome 1993.
  2. Arendt, C.: Technische Untersuchungen in der Altbausanierung, R. Müller GmbH,Köln 1994
  3. ISO 5725: 1994 (E) Accuracy (trueness and precision) of Measurement Methods and Results-Part 1: General principles and definitions calibration laboratories
  4. ISO 10012 - 1: 1992 Quality assurance requirements for measuring equipment

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