Development of the cryogenic-optical sensor for highly sensitive gravitation measurements
|1Yatsenko, VO, 2Bekmuratov, TF, 3Bidiuk, PI, 4Boiko, V, 1Zhyvyilo, SD, 2Ismaili, Kh.M, 5Kozoriz, VV, 6Kozoriz, OV, 7Kuntsevich, VM, 2Nabiiev, OM, 8Negriyko, AM, 9Plishko, N, 1Cheremnykh, OK, 8Yatsenko, LP |
1Space Research Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the State Space Agency of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
2Research Institute "Algorithm-Engineering" of the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
3National Technical University of Ukraine «Kyiv Polytechnic Institute», Kyiv, Ukraine
4Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
5Kyiv State Academy of Water Transport named after Hetman Petro Konashevich Sagaydachnogo, Kyiv, Ukraine
6University of Toledo, College of Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Ohio, USA
7Space Research Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the National Space Agency of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
8Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
9Space Research Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the State Space Agency of Ukraine, Kyiv
|Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2003, 9 ;(5-6):071-075|
|Publication Language: Ukrainian|
A new conception of the cryogenic-optical sensor based on a competitive adaptive sensitive element is given. The sensor element is based on a new magnetic levitation phenomenon, high-precision optical registration of mechanical coordinates of a levitating body, and the robust signal processing tool. We consider the problem of equilibrating gravity forces acting on a free body by magnetic forces so that the six degrees of freedom of a free body are stable. The registration of free body mechanical coordinates is based on the optical system. The main application result of the investigation consists in justification of functional structure.
|Keywords: cryogenic-optical sensor, gravitation measurements, magnetic levitation phenomenon|
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