The 3-2-1 array is generally presented as a configuration consisting of a triaxial linear acceleration
unit at the origin with a pair of y-axis and z-axis oriented accelerometers on an arm along the x-axis with a single z-axis oriented accelerometer located on an arm along the y-axis; the equations for angular acceleration for this configuration consist of Eqs 4-6 [27, 30, 31, 32].
Acceleration sensors are well known for linear accelerations
2011), as well as being important for overall linear acceleration
(Spinks et al.
Specifications of Motion Node accelerometer Measures Linear acceleration
Range/Sensitivity [+ or -] 2g or [+ or -] 6g Resolution 0.
The radiation units in most hospitals are built in the basement out of necessity, because the linear acceleration
machines must be housed in rooms with thick concrete walls and steel doors to prevent the staff from being exposed.
Direction, speed, depth, distance and particular measurement recording functions are all decided beforehand, and an electronic compass on board, as well as linear acceleration
, pressure and sonar sensors, respond to the commands.
Mizuno says that the development team sought to "fully inject Mazda's brand DNA into engine performance" by achieving linear acceleration
and a stronger torque response while keeping emissions down.
Psychophysical thresholds associated with the simulation of linear acceleration
One is triggered by linear acceleration
and deceleration in a straight line, such as the sudden stop when a head hits the ground at the end of a fall.
The vestibular system measures the head's angular velocity and linear acceleration
and detects head position relative to the gravitational axis.
2, the new diesel engine is both highly efficient and clean-burning, and delivers exceptional driving performance with powerful torque and linear acceleration
, as well as outstanding environmental performance.
Therefore, gyroscope performance often relates to the sensitivity of a device's bias to different environmental factors, such as temperature variation, supply variation, off-axis rotation, and linear acceleration
(linear-g and rectified-g x g).