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  • Piezoelectric Sensor Technology
    Shock and vibration can be expressed in terms of variations in displacement, velocity or acceleration with time. Acceleration is the most frequently used since the inertial load or destructive force is equal to mass times acceleration. Acceleration, velocity and displacement measurements can only be
  • Sensor Sense: Piezoelectric Force Sensors
    forces, piezoelectric force sensors are mostly used for dynamic- force measurements such as oscillation, impact, or highspeed compression or tension. Any force applied to the piezoelectric sensing element produces a separation of charges within the atomic structure of the material, generating
  • Sensor Sense: Piezoelectric Force Sensors
    forces, piezoelectric force sensors are mostly used for dynamic- force measurements such as oscillation, impact, or highspeed compression or tension. Any force applied to the piezoelectric sensing element produces a separation of charges within the atomic structure of the material, generating
  • Introduction to Piezoelectric Force Sensors
    Piezoelectric force sensors are used for a variety of dynamic measurements. Impact hammers are probably the most common examples of this type of PE force sensor. Find out how these sensors work here...
  • Piezoelectric Measurement System Comparison: Charge Mode vs. Low Impedance Voltage Mode (LIVM)
    Piezoelectric sensors (Transducers) measure dynamic phenomena such as force, pressure and acceleration (including shock and vibration). Inside the sensor, piezoelectric materials such as quartz and man-made ceramics are stressed in a controlled fashion by the input measurand i.e., the specific
  • TN 18: Industrial Vibration Sensor Selection - Piezovelocity Transducers
    PiezoVelocity transducers have distinct advantages over traditional velocity pickups and piezoelectric accelerometers in many industrial monitoring applications. Onboard velocity integration overcomes low frequency cable pickup and the input noise of data acquisition equipment. In addition
  • Visualizing the Dynamics of Fluid-Bed Dryers
    of particles in the dryer. Tomography s nonintrusive, and you get a clear picture of what s going on, Pugsley says. In a previous project, they had used a piezoelectric sensor to measure pressure fluctuation within a dryer. They replaced the product bowl s viewing window with an acrylic insert
  • Low Frequency Phase Shift in LIVM Sensors as a Function of Discharge Time Constant and Frequency
    Low Impedance Voltage Mode (LIVM) sensors are piezoelectric devices with integral FET impedance converting amplifiers. To bias the amplifier, a high value resistor is placed in parallel with the gate of the FET and the crystal element. The discharge time constant (TC) of the sensor is the product of this

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