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Production Line Calibration for Sensors on Actively Controlled Bullets

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Mark Erickson, Mark Costello

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331

J. Manuf. Sci. Eng 126(2), 368-376 (Jul 08, 2004) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1688376 History: Received May 01, 2002; Revised December 01, 2003; Online July 08, 2004
Copyright © 2004 by ASME
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Figures

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Schematic of sensor calibration device
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Orientation of calibration platform
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Angular velocity of calibration platform
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Accelerometer signal vs. time. (solid line=accelerometer reading, dashed line=kinematically construction acceleration)
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Gyroscope signal vs. time (solid line=gyroscope reading, dashed line=kinematically constructed angular velocity)
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Accelerometer cross axis sensitivity parameter estimates vs. time (solid line=estimate, dashed line=kinematically constructed value)
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Accelerometer scale factor parameter estimates vs. time (solid line=estimate, dashed line=kinematically constructed value)
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Accelerometer #1 misposition parameter estimates vs. time (solid line=estimate, dashed line=kinematically constructed value)
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Accelerometer #2 misposition parameter estimates vs. time (solid line=estimate, dashed line=kinematically constructed value)
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Accelerometer #3 misposition parameter estimates vs. time (solid line=estimate, dashed line=kinematically constructed value)
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Accelerometer bias parameter estimates vs. time (solid line=estimate, dashed line=kinematically constructed value)
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Gyroscope cross axis sensitivity parameter estimates vs. time (solid line=estimate, dashed line=kinematically constructed value)
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Gyroscope scale factor parameter estimates vs. time (solid line=estimate, dashed line=kinematically constructed value)
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Gyroscope bias parameter estimates vs. time (solid line=estimate, dashed line=kinematically constructed value)
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Accelerometer Parameter Settling Time vs. Spring Stiffness.
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Gyroscope Parameter Settling Time vs. Spring Stiffness.
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Accelerometer Parameter Settling Time vs. Magnitude of Initial Motion.
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Gyroscope Parameter Settling Time vs. Magnitude of Initial Motion.
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Accelerometer Cross Axis Sensitivity Parameter Settling Time vs. Projectile Mounting Position.
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Accelerometer Scale Factor Parameter Settling Time vs. Projectile Mounting Position.
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Accelerometer Bias Parameter Settling Time vs. Projectile Mounting Position.
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Accelerometer Misposition Parameter Settlign Time vs. Projectile Mounting Position.

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