axial angle


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ax·i·al an·gle

an angle formed by two surfaces of a body, the line of union of which is parallel with its axis; the axial angles of a tooth are the distobuccal, distolabial, distolingual, mesiobuccal, mesiolabial, and mesiolingual.

ax·i·al an·gle

(ak'sē-ăl ang'gĕl)
An angle formed by two surfaces of a body, the line of union of which is parallel with its axis; the axial angles of a tooth are the distobuccal, distolabial, distolingual, mesiobuccal, mesiolabial, and mesiolingual.

ax·i·al an·gle

(ak'sē-ăl ang'gĕl)
Angle formed by two surfaces of a body, the line of union of which is parallel with its axis; those of a tooth are the distobuccal, distolabial, distolingual, mesiobuccal, mesiolabial, and mesiolingual.
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For the perpendicular angle sensors we assumed optimized XMR-layout [1, 5], and for the axial angle sensors we used the small-R approximation (32).
The basic building block of axial angle sensors is the axialC4 cell, where four Hall plates are arranged evenly on a circle that is concentric to the axis of rotation.
However, for axial angle sensors this unavoidable angle error is three times larger than for perpendicular angle sensors (see (40)).
Thus the nonlinearity of the Hall effect in silicon does not play a notable role in errors of axial angle sensors.