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Vol. 112, Issue 1, January 2010, pp. 166-174




Dynamically Functioning Structure and Problem of Measurements of Rapidly Time-Varying Processes: Dream or Reality


1George Abramchuk, 2Kristina Abramchuk

1Natural Science Engineering Research Council, Canada

2University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

E-mail: george.abramchuk@sympatico.ca



Received: 17 August 2008   /Accepted: 22 January 2010   /Published: 29 January 2010


Abstract: It is shown that rapidly proceeding time-varying mechanical processes can change full dynamic characteristics of a measuring transducer, and that many dynamic tests and measurements are based on a changing measurement equation, and that internal and external loads on the same structure may change presentation about the physical structure. Several arguments are considered which may change or increase new vision into dynamic measurements.


Keywords: Dynamic measurements, ‘Bad’ posed problems, Changing dynamic characteristics of measuring transducer under specific loads, Metering dynamic errors


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