Products/Services for Pyrotechnic Shock Accelerometer
Accelerometers - (285 companies)...accelerometers use semiconductors and piezoelectric means to measure acceleration, the image below describes the operation of a basic electromechanical linear accelerometer for reference. The accelerometer in the image below uses the displacement of a solid mass... Search by Specification | Learn More
Shock and Vibration Testing Shakers - (83 companies)
Shock Absorbers, Linear Dampers, and Dashpots - (278 companies)
Shock and Impact Sensors - (52 companies)
Shock and Vibration (Dynamics) Testing Services - (243 companies)
Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) - (25 companies)Inertial measurement units (IMU) use integrated gyroscopes and accelerometers to detect the distance and direction traveled over a period of time. Measurements are summed to determine change from an initial location. Calibration parameters can... Learn More
Gas Springs - (112 companies)
Vibration Measurement Instruments and Vibration Analyzers - (339 companies)
Inertial Navigation Systems - (78 companies)
Speed Controls - (69 companies)
Product News for Pyrotechnic Shock Accelerometer
Magnesium Recovery from Pyrotechnic Munitions TPL is engaged in a government supported program to develop a process and build a plant to extract and refine magnesium (Mg) from different obsolete military flares. The objective is to provide a facility to economically demilitarize flares and produce pure Mg for reuse from an environmentally friendly process. The challenge is to design the facility capable of processing the full spectrum of military ballistic flares, with different dimensions and chemical compositions. The production goal is... (read more)
Jewell Instruments, LLC
Accelerometer for High Level Shock and Vibration Features & Benefits. • ±0.5g to ± 5.0g Full Range. • Filtering 5 to 100 Hz Bandwidth. • Exceptional Bias & Scale Factor. • High Level ± Vdc Output. • 1,500g Shock Capability. . Applications. • Geophysical Testing. • Railcar Acceleration Control. • Railcar Deceleration Control. • Ocean Buoy Acel Sensing. • Aircraft Stability Control. • Aircraft Flight Testing. • Vehicle Roadway Profiling... (read more)
Accelerometers Linear Static & Dynamic high resistance to extreme acceleration overloads and shocks (up to 10,000g). Light weight and compact in size (less than 24mm or .93"), these accelerometers can be configured to measure acceleration due to gravity (inclination) or radial acceleration (centrifugal force) in single, dual, or tri axial packages. These accelerometers are characterized by very high overload resistance, linear frequency response with minimal resonance peaking (resonant peaks are minimised by means of a special... (read more)
Dytran Instruments, Inc.
Miniature Accelerometers with TEDS, 3225M sensitivity. 0.85 grams. Integral cable assembly terminating to a 10-32 plug. Adhesive mount. TEDS capabilities. IEPE. Applications: Environmental Stress Screening (ESS). Mechanical shock. PC board vibration response. About Dytran Instruments, Inc. Founded in 1980, Dytran Instruments designs and manufactures a full line of piezoelectric and DC MEMS sensors for measurement and monitoring. The company ’s world class product range includes miniature and triaxial accelerometer models, high... (read more)
Silicon Designs, Inc.
Rugged LCC and JLCC Accelerometers Rugged LCC and JLCC MEMS capacitive accelerometers from Silicon Designs, Inc. (www.silicondesigns.com) are easy-to use sensors for measuring shock and vibration. The low-cost, industrial grade models 1010, 1210, and 1221 have low impedance outputs and are ideally suited for zero-to-medium frequency instrumentation applications. Each miniature, hermetically sealed package combines a micro-machined capacitive sense element, a custom integrated circuit, and a sense amplifier. The model 1010... (read more)
Jewell Instruments, LLC
Force-balanced precision accelerometers Precision Linear & Angular Accelerometers. All Jewell force-balanced (servo) precision accelerometers are fully self-contained. They connect to a DC power source and a readout or control device for a complete operating system. The output is a high-level DC signal proportional to acceleration and tilt angle sine from as little as ±0.010g to ±20g full range. Jewell precision accelerometers respond to change in velocity as small as 1 µg. Hysteresis less than 0.0005% of full... (read more)
Liberty Calibration Corps
Accelerometer Calibration Services piezoresistive, capacitive, and velocity sensors in accordance with ISO 16063-21. We can test accelerometers from 5Hz to 15kHz using an air bearing shaker. We can measure Sensitivity, Amplitude, Phase, and Bias of the accelerometers. All calibrations are accredited under A2LA per ISO 17025. Accelerometer calibration can be performed on most major brands of shock and vibration equipment including: . PCB Piezotronics, Endevco, Kistler, Dytran, Bruel & Kjaer, and more... (read more)
Colibrys HS8000 Accelerometer Colibrys HS8000 accelerometers are advanced products offering a unique solution for applications requiring inertial grade specifications combined with gun hard survivability and very good post shock stability. Thanks to a proprietary MEMS technology and advanced assembly technique, Colibrys offers a dedicated range of products for specific applications in the domains of inertial and tilt / inclination sensing. The Colibrys HS8000 accelerometer is a MEMS capacitive sensor, based upon a bulk... (read more)
Silicon Sensing Systems
MEMS Accelerometer - Gemini™ Gemini ™ is a family of integrated, high performance, miniature dual-axis MEMS accelerometers. With dynamic ranges from 0.85g to 96g and providing a linear acceleration measurement in a small surface mounted package. Download the Gemini ™ technical datasheet here. Features Applications. Small (10.4 x 6.0 x 2.2mm). Excellent bias repeatability over temperature. Dual-axis MEMS accelerometer in a hermetically sealed ceramic LCC surface mount package for temperature and humidity... (read more)
Meggitt Sensing Systems - Wilcoxon Research
Isolator...protects accelerometers high voltage High voltage spikes can damage your accelerometer. Meggitt Sensing Systems - The Wilcoxon Research isolators pads serve as a mounting base for most standard industrial accelerometers and electrically isolate the sensor from the case of the machine. The high voltage potential is not transmitted to the accelerometer, providing another level of protection against: Static electricity build-up and ESD shocks. Poor ground bonding. Poor earth ground coupling. Ground loops. Different ground potential... (read more)
...by the term pyrotechnic shock (pyroshock). Unfortunately, in spite of the advantage provided by the high. resonant frequencies of these accelerometers, the extremely low. intrinsic damping of silicon acts as a counterbalance. The result of. this low damping is often over-ranging and breakage...
...in operating in radiation environments and in. Shock and Vibration (1940-1996),” Shock and Vibration 6, ISSN 1070-. measuring to 10s of thousands of Gs. This increased the focus on. 9622, 197-207. piezoresistive accelerometers for high frequency mechanical shock. This was serendipitous as pyrotechnic shock...
Results from pyrotechnic, penetration and metal-to-metal impact field. evaluations are presented which prove the performance of a new piezoresistive. (PR) shock accelerometer. The micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS). sensor incorporates sufficient squeeze-film damping to reduce resonant...
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to): handling and transportation shocks, shocks during system delivery to a target, and shock originating from an explosive or pyrotechnic event.
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SHOCK AND VIBRATION RESPONSE SPECTRA COURSE Unit 23....
Integration of Accelerometer Data to Velocity By Tom Irvine Email: email@example.com
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SHOCK RESPONSE SPECTRUM
A typical pyrotechnic pulse is shown in Figure 1. The corresponding shock response spectrum is given in Figure 2. TYPICAL SPACE VEHICLE PYROTECHNIC
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