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  V.E. Dzhashitov, V.M. Pankratov
Aerospace and marine instrument-making sensors, devices and systems under thermal actions
// Under the general editorship of the RAS Academician V.G. Peshekhonov
St. Petersburg: SRC of Russia - CSRI "Elektropribor", 2005. - 404 p.

Price - 70 RUR

© SRC of Russia - CSRI "Elektropribor", 2005
© V.E. Dzhashitov, V.M. Pankratov, 2005
ISBN 5-900780-57-0

Mathematical models of classical and promising aerospace and marine sensors, devices and systems have been considered with regard to external and internal, deterministic and random thermal actions. Mathematical models of thermal processes and thermal drift of floated, dynamically tuned, electrostatic, hemispherical resonator, fiber-optic, micromechanical gyros and accelerometers, sensors and other physical parameters, electronics service units have been constructed and investigated. Particular attention has been given to construction of the new mathematical models enabling to investigate the non-linear dynamics of thermally disturbed sensors, devices and systems. The monograph presents a developed, generalized and significantly enhanced version of the book "Mathematical models of thermal drift of gyroscopic sensors of inertial systems", 2001, on the basis of the recent research conducted by its authors. Quite detailed extracts from it have been quoted here. It provides logical coherence of the material presentation not only for specialists and designers but also for students and post-graduates. Besides, such an approach makes it possible to get to know the current status of thermal disturbance issues of high-precision measurement instrumentation. The book contains systematic parts revealing the essence of interconnectivity of physical processes under operation of aerospace and marine articles.

The book is intended for scientists, engineers and technicians. Also it can be useful for post-graduates and students of higher education institutes.

Bibliography: 53 references. 162 illustrations. 10 tables.


Introduction 3
Chapter 1. Mathematical models and investigation methods for bound thermal and mechanical processes in sensors, devices and systems 10
1.1. Generalized method for calculation and analysis of three-dimensional nonstationary inhomogeneous temperature fields of sensors, devices and systems -
1.2. Method for calculation, analysis and visualization for nonstationary temperature fields of sensors, devices and systems with regard to relative motion dynamics of their structural elements 34
1.3. Mathematical models and investigation methods for mechanical motion nontrivial processes of sensors, devices and systems 58
Chapter 2. Thermally disturbed inertial data sensors 84
2.1. Float gyroscopes under thermal actions -
2.2. Dynamically tuned gyroscopes under thermal actions 106
2.3. Electrostatic gyroscopes under thermal actions 126
2.4. Hemispherical resonator gyroscopes under thermal actions 138
2.5. Micromechanical gyroscopes and accelerometers under thermal actions 155
2.6. Fiber-optic gyroscopes under thermal actions 204
2.7. Systematization of mathematical models of thermally disturbed inertial sensors 231
Chapter 3. Special problems of construction and investigation of mathematical models for thermally disturbed aerospace sensors, devices and systems 242
3.1. Phenomenon of deterministic chaos in output signals of thermally disturbed aerospace sensors, devices and systems - general approach -
3.2. Deterministic chaos in thermally disturbed dynamic systems with measuring and damping gyroscopes 258
3.3. Possibility of irregular non-isothermal motion of viscous fluid in the floated suspension clearance 276
3.4. Reversing and heating systems of temperature control for micromechanical aerospace sensors 294
3.5. Non-linear dynamics of disturbed simple pendulums 310
3.6. Influence of parametric disturbances on intrinsic properties of mechanical systems 324
Chapter 4. Thermally disturbed pressure and linear displacement sensors, devices and electronic control units for aerospace vehicle orientation systems 333
4.1. Influence of thermal actions on the pressure sensor for aerospace vehicles -
4.2. Linear displacement sensor for spacecrafts under thermal shock 349
4.3. Multifunctional programmable controller for spacecraft orientation system under thermal actions 362
4.4. Electronics unit for spacecraft orientation system under thermal actions 372
Conclusions 396
References 399

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