Measurement Techniques

, Volume 36, Issue 6, pp 682–686 | Cite as

Automatic complex for determining static and dynamic characteristics of pressure transducers over a wide temperature range

  • E. A. Kuznetsov
Mechanical Measurements


The possibility of using the electrohydraulic effect for dynamic calibration of pressure transducers over a wide range of temperatures, including cryogenic, is examined along with a series of related questions pertaining to theory, instrumentation, and software.


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Dynamic Characteristic Pressure Transducer Wide Temperature Range 
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