Use of the hall effect to measure vibrational displacements
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Reference  gives a description of certain methods of measuring small-amplitude vibrations based on the Hall effect. The present paper describes a device that can be used to measure large-amplitude vibrations over a wide range of frequencies. The requirements that must be satisfied by the magnetic system with a magnetic field varying uniformly in the direction of the vibrations are determined. Practical examples are presented.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Mathematical Modeling Mechanical Engineer Industrial Mathematic Hall Effect
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