Izmeritelnaia Tekhnika

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Izmeritel’naia Tekhnika

 

(Measurement Techniques), a monthly scientific and technical journal; organ of the State Committee on Standards of the Council of Ministers of the USSR. It began publication in 1939 in Moscow under the name Metrologiia i poverochnoe delo (Metrology and Testing); it has had its present title since 1940 (it was not published from 1941 to 1954). Since 1958 it has been published in English in New York.

IzmeriteVnaia tekhnika carries articles on current problems of theoretical and practical metrology, on the provision of uniformity and reliability of measurements in the USSR, on state standards and standard measuring equipment, on the monitoring of the quality and reliability of products, on the standardization of measuring equipment, on methods and devices for testing measures and measuring instruments, and on the construction of new high-precision measuring equipment. Circulation, 19,250 (1972).

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