Angular Molecular–Electronic Sensor with Negative Magnetohydrodynamic Feedback
AbstractA high-precision angular accelerometer based on molecular–electronic transfer (MET) technology with a high dynamic range and a low level of self-noise has been developed. Its difference from the analogues is in the use of liquid (electrolyte) as the inertial mass and the use of negative feedback based on the magnetohydrodynamic effect. This article reports on the development of the angular molecular–electronic accelerometer with a magnetohydrodynamic cell for the creation of negative feedback, and the optimization of electronics for the creation of a feedback signal. The main characteristics of the angular accelerometer, such as amplitude–frequency characteristics, self-noise and Allan variance were experimentally measured. The obtained output parameters were compared to its analogues and it showed perspectives for further development in this field. View Full-Text
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Egorov, E.; Agafonov, V.; Avdyukhina, S.; Borisov, S. Angular Molecular–Electronic Sensor with Negative Magnetohydrodynamic Feedback. Sensors 2018, 18, 245.
Egorov E, Agafonov V, Avdyukhina S, Borisov S. Angular Molecular–Electronic Sensor with Negative Magnetohydrodynamic Feedback. Sensors. 2018; 18(1):245.Chicago/Turabian Style
Egorov, Egor; Agafonov, Vadim; Avdyukhina, Svetlana; Borisov, Sergey. 2018. "Angular Molecular–Electronic Sensor with Negative Magnetohydrodynamic Feedback." Sensors 18, no. 1: 245.
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