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Performance characteristics and methods of testing of force-feedback accelerometers
Ivor Lewis Thomas
Bibliography: p. 21.
|Statement||by I. L. Thomas & R. H. Evans.|
|Series||Aeronautical Research Council. Reports and memoranda no. 3601, Reports and memoranda (Aeronautical Research Council (Great Britain)) ;, no. 3601.|
|Contributions||Evans, Robert Hunter, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TL526.G7 A4 no. 3601|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 51 p.|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||75546385|
Performance evaluations include testing of materials as to how well the material functions as a textile sensor. One large strand of work shows that approaches that . However, typical high performance accelerometers are subject to performance limitations due to temperature dependence, aging, and packaging environment degradations. For example, any drift in the system during inertial navigation in the absence of GPS leads to poor tracking accuracy and requires further compensation.
The concept of mechanical impedance represents the interactive relationship between deformation kinematics and the resulting dynamics in human joints or limbs. A major component of impedance, stiffness, is defined as the ratio between the force change to the displacement change and is strongly related to muscle activation. The set of impedance Cited by: In Fig. , we present an extension of this model, which is a representation of the interaction with either haptic-enabled DMIs or general-purpose the former can provide the performer with both kinaesthetic or tactile feedback, the latter are usually implemented as vibrotactile displays, for reasons that are mainly to be found in current technology Author: Marcello Giordano, John Sullivan, Marcelo M. Wanderley.
Design, modelling, self-testing and self-calibration of MEMS accelerometers with adaptive and non-linear digital control: Creator: Sarraf, Elie H. Publisher: University of British Columbia: Date Issued: Description: The full abstract for this thesis is available in the body of the thesis, and will be available when the embargo expires: Genre. Dynamic Characteristics of Fluid Force Induced by Swirling Leakage Flow Between Rotational and Stationary Disks. Improving the Performance of a Piezoelectric Energy Harvester Using a Tip Spring-Mass System. Yang Zhu, Oumar Damper Modeling for Semi-Active Control Without Force Feedback. Anria Strydom, Pieter S. Els, Sudhir Kaul. IDETC.
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1st ed. [ebook] Portland Sate AeroSpace Society. However, circuit methods for self-testing of ΣΔ closed-loop accelerometers are rarely reported.
In this paper, we propose a fifth-order ΣΔ closed-loop interface for a capacitive MEMS. performance characteristics for a range of angular rate.
such mechanical accelerometers are the force-feedback. various methods by which the stochastic errors of inertial. In order to fully evaluate the performance of tunnel magnetoresistive accelerometers, system experiments under various conditions are implemented. We test the acceleration input and output response characteristics under different gaps in the tunneling magnetoresistive accelerometer, shown in Figure The experiment results demonstrate that Cited by: 2.
Micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) accelerometers are widely used in the inertial navigation and nanosatellites field.
A high-performance digital interface circuit for a high-Q MEMS micro-accelerometer is presented in this work. The mechanical noise of the MEMS accelerometer is decreased by the application of a vacuum-packaged sensitive by: 6.
Feedback Control Technology. Feedback Control Practical inertial navigation began to evolve in the s, using technologies that had evolved in the early twentieth century, or were coevolving throughout the mid-twentieth technologies include classical control theory and feedback 2 control technology.
Its mathematical underpinnings included analytic. Prior methods and apparatus for in-situ electrical testing of a transducer, e.g., a geophone, have required separate test hardware which is located near the transducer for optimum performance. In one prior art system e.g., the I/O System Two data acquisition system, an analog test signal is applied into the field coil of each geophone.
Algorithmic methods for solving robot redundancy are considered, providing new strategies for optimizing general kinematic criteria at the acceleration level. Acceleration resolution offers two potential advantages: it allows to take into account dynamic performance and can be directly used with control techniques for accurate tracking.
Bias warm-up time is the time required for MEMS gyroscopes to reach a relatively stable state with specified performance after the power supply is Author: Jian Cui, Qiancheng Zhao, Guizhen Yan.
8 Testing, calibration and compensation + Show details-Hide details p. – (44) This chapter outlined the evaluation testing, calibration of inertial sensors. The evaluation testing of inertial sensors is required to establish their suitability for a given application, that is, to ensure that they satisfy all the performance requirements of that by: An accelerometer system (FIG.
2) suitable for measuring low-frequency accelerations in inertial systems is also able to measure high-frequency vibrational accelerations which give rise to e.g.
sculling effects in inertial platform arrangements employing three such accelerometer systems. The system comprises a low-frequency inertial quality force feedback accelerometer 10' and a.
Sincethe Stanford University (USA) hosted the first pioneering demonstrations of the use of MEMS accelerometers [3,4], long before they became the extremely popular products they are accelerometers are today used in a multitude of fields and are ideal for large-scale and large-volume applications (e.g., monitoring of machines and vehicles, navigation systems, Cited by: 1.
physiological characteristics. The advantages of such systems over traditional authentication methods such as passwords are well known and hence biometric systems are gradually gaining ground in terms of usage. This paper explores the feasibility of Cited by: Capacitive-based MEMS accelerometers have been the most widely commercialized due to the operational simplicity of the device and available fabrication methods.
However, optical MEMS inertial sensors can achieve even super sensitivity over that of a tunneling transducer and stability exceeding those of current capacitive accelerometers (Waters Cited by: 2. Tang, U. Aboudi, J Provine, R. Howe, and H.-S. Wong, “Improved performance of bottom-contact organic thin-film transistor using Al doped HfO 2 gate dielectric,” IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 61, – ().
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In one implementation, the SPC may provide an electronic user interface (UI) (e.g., web-based, mobile, etc.) for a user to construct a sector. An improved method for testing gecko-inspired adhesives is presented. Unlike the common testing paradigms published in the literature, which impose a fixed displacement between the adhesive material and a test surface, the proposed testing method uses a series elastic configuration to apply forces to the adhesive.
The SECTOR-BASED PORTFOLIO CONSTRUCTION PLATFORM APPARATUSES, METHODS AND SYSTEMS ("SPC") transform user data request via SPC components into sector-based portfolio investment transaction records. In one implementation, the SPC may provide an electronic user interface (UI) (e.g., web-based, mobile, etc.) for a user to construct a sector Cited by: 3.
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