**
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** |