Desing analysis and parameters choice of metallic cylindrical resonator sensor for coriolis vibratory gyroscope

O. V. Petrenko


Two sensor designs of metallic cylindrical resonator Coriolis vibratory gyroscope are analyzed in this work. Resonant frequencies computer modeling results are presented and on their basis gyroscope sensor geometrical parameters choice is validated


Sensor; resonant frequency


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