Mathematical Modeling of a Compact Three-Component Azimuth Fluxgate Sensor
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Problems of determining the spatial orientation parameters of solids are considered. Known results of mathematical modeling of a three-component azimuth fluxgate sensor are analyzed. Mathematical models of a similar azimuth sensor with arbitrarily oriented fluxgates are developed and analyzed.
Keywordsfluxgate magnetometer accelerometer azimuth sensor mathematical modeling threecomponent fluxgate sensor
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