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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp 182–186 | Cite as

Accounting for the transverse sensitivity of strain-gauge transducers

  • V. P. Chirimanov
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Conclusions

The article deals with known methods of accounting for the longitudinal and transverse sensitivity of straingauges by means of coefficients k0 and κ.

It is shown that the determination and application of these coefficients in calculating stresses is only possible when the Poisson coefficient is known precisely.

Other strain-gauge sensitivity coefficients are suggested whose experimental evaluation does not require knowledge of the Poisson coefficient.

Examples of applying the new coefficients in formulas for computing stresses in various types of canopies are provided.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Experimental Evaluation Sensitivity Coefficient Poisson Coefficient 
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Literature cited

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    Engineer's Handbook [in Russian], Mashgiz, Moscow (1956).Google Scholar
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    K. Perry and G. Lissner, Foundations of Strain-Gauge Measurements [Russian translation], IL, Moscow (1957).Google Scholar
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    A. I. Drabkin, “Certain problems in measuring deformations by means of wire-wound transducers,” Report of the TsNIPS [Central Scientific Research Institute of Industrial Structures] (1951).Google Scholar

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© Instrument Society of America 1966

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  • V. P. Chirimanov

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