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Himmelstein, S. and Company


Himmelstein, S. and Company has published these technical articles:

(Torque Sensing)
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When introduced in 1963, Himmelsteins' MCRT® non-contact torque meters set a new standard for noise-free measurements. They retained the best features of slip ring devices high quality strain... (View Full Article)
(Torque Sensing)
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The advent of High Resolution Digital Torquemeters has tempted some suppliers to mistakenly claim certain benefits. Installing an on-board, high resolution analog-to-digital converter (ADC) is... (View Full Article)
(Torque Sensing)
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Rotary power sources and absorbers have discrete poles and/or pistons and/or gear meshes, etc. As a result, they develop and absorb torque in a pulsating rather than a smooth manner. Furthermore, a... (View Full Article)
(Torque Sensing)
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It is not possible to perfectly balance a rotating device. Thus, when a torquemeter is operated at relatively low speeds, its imperfect balance results in its center of mass following a small circular... (View Full Article)
(Torque Sensing)
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The rapidly expanding use of diesel engines and a-c variable speed drive systems has made it essential for test stand users and designers to acquire a working knowledge of torsional effects. Both... (View Full Article)
(Switches)
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Rotary power producing and consuming devices produce (or absorb) torque in a pulsating rather than a smooth manner. That's because they have discrete poles and/or pistons and/or gear meshes, etc. that... (View Full Article)
(Torque Sensing)
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This document lists several manufacturers of fl exible shaft couplings. Listings of other qualifi ed sources can be found in industrial trade references. When designing a torquemeter installation,... (View Full Article)
(Torque Sensing)
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Nonlinearity and Hysteresis definitions were developed to characterize performance of common sensors such as scales and load cells. Those definitions have been widely used to characterize... (View Full Article)
(Torque Sensing)
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Application Note 221101D describes the response of installed Torquemeters in drives with and without damping. Equations are presented for the undamped case but omitted for the damped case. This memo... (View Full Article)
(Torque Sensing)
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An MCRT® torquemeter must be installed properly as an integral part of a drive line network in order to achieve satisfactory operation. Proper installation will: a) transmit the desired torque... (View Full Article)