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Author Levinzon, Felix,
Title Piezoelectric accelerometers with integral electronics / Felix Levinzon.
Imprint Cham : Springer, [2014]
2015

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Author Levinzon, Felix,
Subject Accelerometers.
Piezoelectricity.
Electronics.
Description 1 online resource : illustrations (chiefly color)
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Preface; Acknowledgment; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction to Piezoelectric Accelerometers with Integral Electronics (IEPE); 1.1 Principle, Construction, and Block Diagram of IEPE Accelerometers; 1.2 PE Accelerometer Used Without Electronics and Its Comparison with an IEPE Accelerometer; 1.3 Characteristics of IEPE Accelerometers; 1.3.1 Sensitivity; 1.3.2 Range or Dynamic Range; 1.3.3 Transfer Function and Frequency Response; 1.3.4 Resonant Frequency; 1.3.5 Temperature Response; 1.3.6 Transverse Sensitivity; 1.3.7 Amplitude Linearity; 1.3.8 Total Harmonic Distortion.
1.3.9 DC Output Bias Voltage1.3.10 Full Scale Output Voltage; 1.3.11 Output Impedance; 1.3.12 Noise Floor; 1.3.13 Warm-Up Time; 1.3.14 Overload Recovery; 1.3.15 Temperature Range; 1.3.16 Sinusoidal Vibration Limit; 1.3.17 Shock Limit; 1.3.18 Base Strain Sensitivity; 1.3.19 Size and Weight; 1.4 Types of IEPE Accelerometers; 1.4.1 Charge Mode IEPE Accelerometer; 1.4.1.1 Configuration of Charge Mode IEPE Accelerometer Based on FET-BJT Charge Amplifier; 1.4.1.2 Configuration of Charge Mode IEPE Accelerometer Based on Op Amp Charge Amplifier.
1.4.1.3 Transfer Function, Frequency Response, and Sensitivity of a Charge Mode IEPE Accelerometer1.4.1.4 Some Practical Examples; 1.4.2 Voltage Mode IEPE Accelerometers; 1.4.2.1 Transfer Function, Frequency Response, and Sensitivity of Voltage Mode IEPE Accelerometer; 1.4.2.2 Some Practical Examples; 1.4.3 IEPE Accelerometers with Ground Isolation. Ground Loop Issue; 1.4.4 IEPE Accelerometers with Transducer Electronic Data Sheet; References; Chapter 2: Piezoelectric Transducers Used for Piezoelectric Accelerometers with Integral Electronics.
2.1 Function of a PE Transducer in an IEPE Accelerometer2.2 Transfer Function of a PE Transducer; 2.3 Equivalent Electrical Schematic of a PE Transducer and Its Main Electrical Characteristics; 2.4 Constructions of the PE Transducers Used in the IEPE Accelerometers; 2.4.1 Compression Mode Design; 2.4.2 Shear Mode Design; 2.4.3 Flexural or Bending Mode Design; 2.4.4 Comparison Between Compression, Shear, and Flexural Mode Designs; 2.5 Piezoelectric Elements Used in the IEPE Accelerometers; 2.5.1 Quartz Piezoelectric Element; 2.5.2 Lead Zirconate Titanate Piezoceramic Element.
2.5.3 Comparison Between IEPE Sensors Using PZT Piezoceramic and Quartz Sensitive Elements2.5.4 The Pyroelectric Effect; References; Chapter 3: Integral Amplifiers Used for IEPE Accelerometers; 3.1 Charge Amplifier; 3.1.1 Configuration of a FET-BJT Charge Amplifier; 3.1.2 Configuration of a Charge Amplifier Based on an Op Amp; 3.1.3 Performance Characteristics of Charge Amplifiers; 3.1.3.1 Charge Gain of a Charge Amplifier; 3.1.3.2 Voltage Gain of a Charge Amplifier; 3.1.3.3 Frequency Response of a Charge Amplifier; 3.2 Voltage Amplifier; 3.2.1 Configurations of the Voltage Amplifiers.
Summary This book provides an invaluable reference to Piezoelectric Accelerometers with Integral Electronics (IEPE). It describes the design and performance parameters of IEPE accelerometers and their key elements, PE transducers and FET-input amplifiers. Coverage includes recently designed, low-noise and high temperature IEPE accelerometers. Readers will benefit from the detailed noise analysis of the IEPE accelerometer, which enables estimation of its noise floor and noise limits. Other topics useful for designers of low-noise, high temperature silicon-based electronics include noise analysis of FET.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783319080789 (electronic bk.)
3319080784 (electronic bk.)
9783319080772
3319080776
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-08078-9
OCLC # 887179882
Additional Format Print version: Levinzon, Felix. Piezoelectric accelerometers with integral electronics 3319080776 (OCoLC)880965558


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