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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 38, Issue 11, pp 1259–1263 | Cite as

Determination of the poisson parameters of a moving object

  • B. M. Smirnov
Electromagnetic Measurements

Abstract

A method of determining the Poisson parameters from the projections of the magnetic-induction vectors measured by a three-component magnetometer at different angular positions of a moving object is described. The method can be used under working conditions, for example, when solving problems in navigation, magnetic surveying or after a change in the magnetic environment in the neighborhood of a magnetically sensitive transducer, caused, in particular, by a change in the mutual arrangement of ferromagnetic objects.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Angular Position Moving Object Mutual Arrangement 
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