Superseded Standard

IEEE 1293-1998

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Linear, Single-Axis, Non-Gyroscopic Accelerometers

The specification and test requirements for a linear, single-axis, nongyroscopic accelerometer for use in internal navigation, guidance, and leveling systems are defined. A standard specification guide and a compilation of recommended test procedures for such accelerometers are provide. Informative annexes are given on the various types of such accelerometers (force or pendulous torque rebalance with analog or digital output, vibrating beam, and micromechanical) and error effects, on filtering, noise, and transient analysis techniques, and on calibration and modeling techniques (multipoint tumble analysis, vibration and shock test analyses, and geophysical effects in inertial instrument testing). IEEE 1293 is revision combining IEEE Stds 337 and 530.

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AES/GA - Gyro Accelerometer Panel
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Status
Superseded Standard
Superseded by
1293-2018
Superseding
337-1972
Corrigendum
1293-1998/Cor 1-2008
Board Approval
1998-09-25
History
ANSI Approved:
2003-09-17
Published:
1999-04-16
Reaffirmed:
2008-12-10

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society
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Sponsor Committee
AES/GA - Gyro Accelerometer Panel
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Working Group
AP_WG - Accelerometer Panel Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
Contact
Working Group Chair
Reese Sturdevant
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836-1991

IEEE Recommended Practice for Precision Centrifuge Testing of Linear Accelerometers

Superseded by 836-2001. A guide to the conduct and analysis of precision centrifuge tests of linear accelerometers is provided, covering each phase of the tests beginning with the planning. Possible error sources and typical methods of data analysis are addressed. The intent is to provide those involved in centrifuge testing with a detailed understanding of the various factors affecting accuracy of measurement, both those associated with the centrifuge and those in the data collection process. Model equations are discussed, both for the centrifuge and for a typical linear accelerometer, each with the complexity needed to accommodate the various identified characteristics and error sources in each. A new iterative matrix equation solution for deriving from the centrifuge test data the various model equation coefficeints for the accelerometer under test is presented.

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836-2001

IEEE Recommended Practice for Precision Centrifuge Testing of Linear Accelerometers

This recommended practice provides a guide to the conduct and analysis of precision centrifuge tests of linear accelerometers, covering each phase of the tests, beginning with the planning. Possible error sources and typical methods of data analysis are addressed. The intent is to provide those involved in centrifuge testing with a detailed understanding of the various factors affecting the accuracy of measurement, both those associated with the centrifuge and those in the data collection process. Model equations are discussed, both for the centrifuge and for a typical linear accelerometer, each with the complexity needed to accommodate the various identified characteristics and error sources in each. An iterative matrix equation solution is presented for deriving the various model equation coefficients for the accelerometer under test from the centrifuge test data.

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