Does possible to know when I have a dominant uncertainty in METCAL?
When we have several uncertainties: U1 ,U2,U3....UN
our Standard Uncertainty will be = RSS(U1+U2+U3....UN)
If one of them is a value dominant and his probability distribution is not normal but essentially rectangular,the standard uncertainty of measurement must be multiplied by the coverage factor k = 1,65 to obtain expanded uncertainty which has been derived from the assumed rectangular probability distribution for a coverage probability of 95%.
I need detect the dominant uncertainty automatically and multiply the Standard Uncertainty by the factor 1.65 only in this cases.
Can you tell me if is likely to do in MET CAL v7.2?
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