QUARTZ ROTATION RATE SENSOR: THEORY OF OPERATION, CONSTRUCTION, AND APPLICATIONS


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QUARTZ ROTATION RATE SENSOR: THEORY OF OPERATION, CONSTRUCTION, AND APPLICATIONS
1010600QUARTZ ROTATION RATE SENSOR: THEORY OF OPERATION, CONSTRUCTION, AND APPLICATIONS
<emphasis role="italic"><emphasis role="bold">THEORY OF OPERATION</emphasis></emphasis> The use of a vibrating element to measure rotational velocity by employing the Coriolis principle is a concept that has been around for more than 50 years. In fact, the idea developed long ago out of the observation that a certain species of fly employs a pair of vibrating antenna to stabilize its flight. Th…
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Sabrie Soloman: Sensors Handbook, Second Edition. QUARTZ ROTATION RATE SENSOR: THEORY OF OPERATION, CONSTRUCTION, AND APPLICATIONS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010 1999), AccessEngineering Export