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Force, Acceleration, & Torque, The fundamental operating principles of force, acceleration, and torque instrumentation are closely allied to the piezoelectric and strain gage devices used to measure static and dynamic pressures discussed in earlier chapters. It is often the specifics of configuration and signal processing that determine the measurement output. An accelerometer senses the motion of the surface on which it is mounted and produces an electrical output signal related to that motion. Acceleration is measured in feet per second squared, and the product of the acceleration and the measured mass yields the force. Torque is a twisting force, usually encountered on shafts, bars, pulleys, and similar rotational devices. It is defined as the product of the force and the radius over which it acts. It is expressed in units of weight times length, such as lb.-ft. and N-m.


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