Experimental Investigations of a Precision Sensor for an Automatic Weapons Stabilizer System
AbstractThis paper presents the results of experimental investigations of a precision sensor for an automatic weapons stabilizer system. It also describes the experimental equipment used and the structure of the developed sensor. A weapons stabilizer is designed for automatic guidance of an armament unit in the horizontal and vertical planes when firing at ground and air targets that are quickly maneuvering, and at lower speeds when firing anti-tank missiles, as well as the bypass of construction elements by the armament unit, and the automatic tracking of moving targets when interacting with a fire control system. The results of experimental investigations have shown that the error of the precision sensor developed on the basis of a piezoelectric element is 6 × 10−10 m/s2 under quasi-static conditions, and ~10−5 m/s2 for mobile use. This paper defines metrological and calibration properties of the developed sensor. View Full-Text
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Korobiichuk, I. Experimental Investigations of a Precision Sensor for an Automatic Weapons Stabilizer System. Sensors 2017, 17, 23.
Korobiichuk I. Experimental Investigations of a Precision Sensor for an Automatic Weapons Stabilizer System. Sensors. 2017; 17(1):23.Chicago/Turabian Style
Korobiichuk, Igor. 2017. "Experimental Investigations of a Precision Sensor for an Automatic Weapons Stabilizer System." Sensors 17, no. 1: 23.
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