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1 Todays lecture Refresh basic mechanics –Angular momentum –Moment of inertia –Torque Gyros –Platforms –Strap-down Inertial Measurement Units IMU Material from Hyperphysics astr.gsu.edu/ astr.gsu.edu/ Fraden Chapter 8 Bosch/Sensonor Advances in Navigation Sensors and Integration Technology Handbook of Virtual Environment Technology
2 Dreie impuls
3 Dreie impuls og treghetsmoment
4 (Kraft-) moment
5 Mekaniske gyro prinsipper Gyro kompass (Gyro stabilized platform) =0 L Rate gyro (Strap-down gyro) Følger ”bilen” Måles
6 Bosch gyro
7 Automotive rate gyro Sensonor
8 Fiber optisk ring gyro
9 IMU-INS Inertial measurement unit (IMU) Inertial navigation system (INS)
10 Militære anvendelser og krav
11 Handbook of Virtual Environment Technology
12 Teknologiske trender (2003)
13 Akselerometere (2003)
15 Teknologiforventninger (2003)
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