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Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards, Section C: Engineering and Instrumentation

The Journal of Research of NIST and its predecessors report NIST research and development in metrology and related fields of: physical science, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, information technology.

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Volume 70C

 ISSN: 0022-4316

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 1 January 1966


Corrections, p. ii

Coulometric calibration of microvolumetric apparatus, p. 1
Marinenko, George; Taylor, John K.

Effect of temperature and notch geometry on the tensile behavior of a titanium alloy, p. 5
Jenkins, William D.; Willard, William A.

Measurement standards for low and medium peak pulse voltages, p. 13
Ondrejka, A.R.; Hudson, P.A.

Temperature coefficent of rf permeability measurement using an impedance bridge as an equality indicating device, p. 19
Rasmussen, A.L.

A test apparatus for the study of forced air-mixing devices, p. 25
Faison, T.K.; Davis, J.C.; Achenbach, P.R.

Issue 2 April 1966


Design and statistical procedures for the evaluation of an automatic gamma-ray point-source calibrator, p. 53
Garfinkel, S.B.; Mann, W.B.; Youden, W.J.

Testing of lenses with the wave front reversing interferometer, p. 65
Muraoka, K.

Ellipsoidal mirror reflectometer, p. 75
Dunn, S.T.; Richmond, Joseph C.; Wiebelt, John A.

Reference tables for the Pt-30 percent Rh versus Pt-6 percent Rh thermocouple, p. 89
Burns, George W.; Gallagher, John S.

Coaxial power meter calibration using a waveguide standard, p. 127
Engen, Glenn F.

A note on the numerical evaluation of thermal radiation characteristics of diffuse cylindrical and conical cavities, p. 139
Peavy, B.A.

Absolute value of g at the National Bureau of Standards, p. 149
Tate, D.R.

Issue 3 July 1966


Some harmonic properties of an oscillating Fabry-Perot inteferometer, p. 159
Gadsden, M.; Williams, H.M.

Precise reflection coefficient measurements with an untuned reflectometer, p. 165
Little, W.E.; Ellerbruch, D.A.

A versatile ratio instrument for the high ratio comparison of voltage or resistance, p. 169
Hess, Alfred E.

Console for the rapid and precise comparison of volt boxes, p. 173
Lowrie, Patrick H.

Corrosion rates of binary alloys of nickel and iron measured by polarization methods, p. 187
Schwerdtfeger, W.J.

The effect of cold-drawing on the creep behavior of a nickel-4.2 percent aluminum alloy, p. 195
Jenkins, William D.; Willard, William A.

Magnetic transformation and the influence of plastic strain on the shear modulus of Fe-Cr-Ni alloys, p. 207
Mikesell, R.P.; Reed, R.P.

Issue 4 October 1966


Some techniques for measuring small mutual inductances, p. 221
Homan, D.N.

Deflection of centrally loaded thin circular elastic plates on equally spaced point supports, p. 227
Kirstein, A.F.; Pell, W.H.; Woolley, R.M.; Davis, L.J.

Reproducibility of germanium resistance thermometers at 4.2 °K, p. 245
Edlow, M.H.; Plumb, H.H.

Calibration of vibrating-sample magnetometers, p. 255
Case, W.E.; Harrington, R.D.

Notes on the use of propagation of error formulas, p. 263
Ku, H.H.

The apparent thermal radiation properties of an isothermal V-groove with specularly reflecting walls, p. 275
Zipin, Richard B.

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