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Determination of Dynamic Range of Stand-alone Shock Recorders

Published Online: 05 Aug 2022
Volume & Issue: Volume 22 (2022) - Issue 5 (October 2022)
Page range: 208 - 213
Received: 03 Nov 2021
Accepted: 24 May 2022
Journal Details
License
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Journal
eISSN
1335-8871
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07 Mar 2008
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6 times per year
Languages
English
Abstract

In aircraft construction, when creating samples of new equipment, shock tests are often performed, both on individual components and the entire product. It requires introducing non-destructive testing devices into production, it is one of the most important factors in accelerating scientific and technological progress, raising the quality and competitiveness of manufactured products. Applying modern means of non-destructive testing, there is the problem of their protection from external vibrations, which affect the sensitivity, accuracy and reliability of high-precision measurements. In such cases, the conversion of measuring information during powerful vibration and shock tests, as a rule, is carried out by piezoelectric acceleration sensors. Although to provide impact testing, there is a need to develop and use stand-alone recorders. The main requirements for these recorders are to ensure the autonomy and operability of the recorder onboard the test product and to ensure the synchronization of the registration of the shock load.

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