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Vol. 191, Issue 8, August 2015, pp. 78-83




Using Multipiezoprofilometers to Improve the Quality of Work Surfaces Elements
of Modern Machines and Other Industrial Wares

1 Yuri VOROBYOV, 2 Volodymyr LOGVIN

1 Institute for Mechanical Engineering Problems NAS of Ukraine, 2/10, vul. Dm. Pozharsky, Kharkiv 61046, Ukraine
2 Scientific-manufacturing private enterprise «Micron», Kharkiv 61144, Ukraine
1 Tel.: +38-0572-94-15-24, +38-095-827-96-69, fax: +38-0572-94-46-35

E-mail: vorobyov.yuriy@gmail.com, micron91@ukr.net


Received: 24 June 2015 /Accepted: 30 July 2015 /Published: 31 August 2015

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems


Abstract: Multipiezoprofilometer proposed, advanced on the basis preliminary developments and inventions of the authors. Production of this measuring complex represents innovative interest. There is experience in implementing piezo-profilometer type «Profile» on the enterprises of Ukraine and abroad. The proposed technology provides continuous control, operative determination of optimum parameters initial roughness, micro-hardness and deviations form’ or location’ of work surfaces. Given technology allows considerably increasing accuracy of measurements and at the same time significantly reduce the cost price piezo-profilometers to ensure their mass introduction. She also solves problems universality roughness measurement (without additional devices) of flat, cylindrical, convex, concave, curvilinear or spherical surfaces up to 3...5 mm in diameter, well as - continuity the offline mode more than 8 hours without additional charging accumulators.


Keywords: Micro- and nanotechnology, Micro-mechanics, Multi-sensing, Measurement technology, Electronic measurement systems, Algorithms signal processing, Computer software.


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