Improvement of the standard of the unit of sound pressure in an aqueous medium
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Basic historical information regarding the time and location when standards of sound pressure in an aqueous medium were set up are presented. The development of the technical and metrological characteristics of the standard is described. The results of comparisons of the state standards of sound pressure with the national standards of the leading countries of the world are discussed.
Key wordsstate standard sound pressure comparison of standards international key comparisons measurement uncertainty
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