Seismic Instruments

, Volume 44, Issue 1, pp 32–35

Microbarograph

Authors

    • Shmidt Institute of Earth PhysicsRussian Academy of Sciences
    • Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere, and Radio-Wave PropagationRussian Academy of Sciences
  • K. Kh. Kanonidi
    • Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere, and Radio-Wave PropagationRussian Academy of Sciences
  • Kh. D. Kanonidi
    • Pushkov Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere, and Radio-Wave PropagationRussian Academy of Sciences
  • O. V. Kovaleva
    • Shmidt Institute of Earth PhysicsRussian Academy of Sciences
  • I. N. Puzich
    • Shmidt Institute of Earth PhysicsRussian Academy of Sciences
Article

DOI: 10.3103/S0747923908010040

Cite this article as:
Gridnev, D.G., Kanonidi, K.K., Kanonidi, K.D. et al. Seism. Instr. (2008) 44: 32. doi:10.3103/S0747923908010040
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Abstract

The microbarograph of a new design has been offered, and the general principle of its operation is considered. The microbarograph is distinguished from well-known ones; it incorporates a compensatory spring eliminating a zero-point drift of the measuring spring, two additional springs that upgrade the angular displacement sensitivity of the microbarograph, and a control and calibration block that makes it possible to perform the remote calibration of the microbarograph and to control it.

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