Measurement Techniques

, Volume 17, Issue 11, pp 1698–1700 | Cite as

Measuring the diameter of a moving microwire conductor

  • A. V. Filippov
  • V. A. Andreev
Linear and Angular Measurements


The dynamic properties of the automatic equipment model make it possible to measure the conductor diameters of the above microwires with an error of 0.5–0.7μ for a wire propulsion speed of 2.5 mm/sec.

Such systems are suitable for application in special measuring laboratories. If the measuring channels' operating speed of the polar-coordinate autocompensators is improved it will be possible to use them for manufacturing microwires with stable diameters.


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Dynamic Property Special Measuring Measuring Laboratory 
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    Z. V. Litvak and L. A. Pochapskaya, in: Microwire and Resistance Devices [in Russian], No. 6, Kartya Moldovenyaské, Kishinev (1969).Google Scholar

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1975

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  • A. V. Filippov
  • V. A. Andreev

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