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Indirect Method of Measuring the Impulse Pressure Created by a Pendulum-Type Installation

An indirect method of measuring the pulse pressure created on a pendulum-type installation is developed, without using a reference sensor. The basic technical characteristics of the installation are regulated. The possibility and expediency of using the developed measurement method are theoretically substantiated and experimentally confirmed.

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Correspondence to E. V. Patokin.

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Translated from Izmeritel’naya Tekhnika, No. 3, pp. 37–41, March, 2018.

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Nedbailo, A.A., Patokin, E.V. & Gordeev, A.A. Indirect Method of Measuring the Impulse Pressure Created by a Pendulum-Type Installation. Meas Tech 61, 258–264 (2018).

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