Temperature error model in coriolis vibratory gyroscopes

V. O. Apostolyuk, V. V. Chikovani


The effect of temperature variations on the output of Coriolis vibratory gyroscope is studied in this paper. Mathematical model of the temperature influences is developed and its parameters are identified using experimental data. The latter has been used to validate obtained model


Coriolis vibratory gyroscope; cross-damping; modeling; temperature errors


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