Expansion of European research capabilities in humidity measurement
1 Institut za mjeriteljstvo Bosne i Hercegovine, Augusta Brauna br.2, 71 000 Sarajevo, Bosna i Hercegovina
2 Cesky Metrologicky Institut, Okružní 31, CZ-638 00 Brno, Czech Republic
3 Sveuciliste U Zagrebu, Fakultet Strojarstva I Brodogradnje, Ivana Lucica 5, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
4 Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica, Strada delle Cacce, 91, IT-10135 Torino, Italy
5 Ministry of Economy, Kneza Milosa 20, RS-11000 Belgrade, Serbia
6 National Standards Authority of Ireland, 1 Swift Square, Northwood, Santry, Dublin 9, Ireland
7 Turkiye Bilimsel ve Teknolojik Arastirma Kurumu, Ataturk Bulvari 221, TR-06100 Ankara, Turkey
8 Univerza v Ljubljani, Kongresni trg 12, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
9 Ministry of economy-Bureau of metrology, Blv. Jane Sandanski 109a, MK-1000 Skopje, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,
10 Ministarstvo ekonomije, Rimski trg 46, ME-81000 Podgorica, Montenegro
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Humidity is among the most important measured parameters related to HVAC applications, the storage of food products, industrial and medical gases, textile, paper and many other products requiring humidity measurement and control within certain limits. Humidity measurement techniques are diverse and each presents different challenges for use and calibration for a range of pressures and gases. Over the past few years, the development of humidity sensors and apparatus has matured to a level where traceable calibration is beneficial to all industries in which humidity and moisture measurement and control are important.
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