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Inductive Force Transducers

  • Dan Mihai Ştefănescu

Abstract

There is a great variety of induction coil sensors. The designs for coils with air or ferromagnetic cores are compared, their frequency properties are analyzed and various methods for output signal processing are presented in [4.1]. It is our aim to estimate their usefulness in force measurement.

Keywords

Force Transducer Force Load Elastic Element Linear Variable Differential Transformer Drill Pipe 
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