Modeling and study of the instrument errors of a three-component accelerometric incline sensor
This article examines the structure of a three-component accelerometric incline sensor. Generalized statistical mathematical models are obtained, the models making it possible to unambiguously determine the sought zenith and sighting angles with allowance for the effect of the complex of instrument errors. It is shown that these errors are distributed over the ranges of the measured angles, and their limiting values are estimated. A method is described for experimentally determining the angular parameters that cause the instrument errors.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Mathematical Model Measured Angle Angular Parameter
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