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  • How a Fieldmeter Works
    surface potentials. Over the surface of an object, an electric field mirrors the charge distributed on the object. Measuring the field's magnitude and polarity provides an estimate of the object's surface charge distribution, and its potential for causing or aiding in static discharge.
  • Avoiding Noise Errors in Torque Sensing Systems
    When introduced in 1963, Himmelsteins' MCRT (R) non-contact torque meters set a new standard for noise-free measurements. They retained the best features of slip ring devices high quality strain gage sensing, static and dynamic response, almost unlimited configuration flexibility and accuracy
  • Flow Sensors
    in the flow field. When flow is contracted, either gradually or abruptly, kinetic energy increases at the expense of potential energy (static pressure). The difference between pressure at the full pipe section and that in the vicinity of the contraction is related to the square root of the velocity

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