Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 836-2009

IEEE Recommended Practice for Precision Centrifuge Testing of Linear Accelerometers

This recommended practice describes the conduct and analysis of precision tests that are to be performed on linear accelerometers using centrifuge techniques. The term “precision,” in this context, refers to tests that are conducted to evaluate accelerometer parameters, as opposed to those conducted to establish environmental survivability only. Evaluation may take the form of determining the coefficients of the accelerometer's model equation, except for bias and scale factor, which are most accurately determined by static multi-position tests. Alternatively, evaluation may only establish that the accelerometer output complies with specific error limit criteria.

Sponsor Committee
AES/GA - Gyro Accelerometer Panel
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
2003-03-20
Superseded by
836-2009
Superseding
836-2009
Board Approval
2009-06-17
History
ANSI Approved:
2009-10-08
Published:
2009-09-17
Inactivated Date:
2020-03-05

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
SENSR_WG - Sensors Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
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Working Group Chair
Harry Davis

P1431

Standard for Specifying and Testing Coriolis Vibratory Gyros

This standard defines requirements and test procedures for a single-axis Coriolis vibratory gyro (CVG) for use as a sensor in attitude control systems, angular displacement measuring systems, and angular rate measuring systems. Informative annexes cover CVG design features and theoretical principles of operation.

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1293-2018

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

The specification and test requirements for a linear, single-axis, nongyroscopic accelerometer for use in inertial navigation, guidance, and leveling systems are defined. A standard specification guide and a compilation of recommended test procedures for such accelerometers are provided. 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).

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528-2019

IEEE Standard for Inertial Sensor Terminology

Terms and definitions relating to inertial sensors are presented in this standard. Usage as understood by the inertial sensor community is given preference over general technical usage of the terms herein. The criterion for inclusion of a term and its definition in this standard is usefulness as related to inertial sensor technology.

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952-2020

IEEE Standard for Specifying and Testing Single-Axis Interferometric Fiber Optic Gyros

Specification and test procedures for a single-axis interferometric fiber optic gyro (IFOG) for use as a sensor in attitude control systems, angular displacement measuring systems, and angular rate measuring systems are defined. The test procedures are derived from those presently used in the industry.

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1293-1998/Cor 1-2008

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Linear,Single-Axis, Nongyroscopic Accelerometers Corrigendum 1: Changes to Annex K and Annex L

Corrigendum to IEEE Std 1293-1998. Specification and test requirements for linear, single-axis, nongyroscopic accelerometers for use as a sensor in attitude control systems, linear displacement measuring systems, and linear rate measuring systems are defined. The specification format guide and test procedure standard applies to force-rebalance accelerometers (pendulous or translational proof mass), vibrating beam accelerometers (VBAs), and micromechanical accelerometers that range from lesser accuracy to high accuracy devices.

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528-2001

IEEE Standard for Inertial Sensor Terminology

Terms and definitions relating to inertial senors are presented in this standard. Usage as understood by the inertial sensor community is given preference over general technical usage of the terms herein. The criterion for inclusion of a term and its definition in this standard is usefulness as related to inertial sensor technology.

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952-1997

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Single-Axis Interferometric Fiber Optic Gyros

Specification and test requirements for a single-axis interferometric fiber optic gyro (IFOG) for use as a sensor in attitude control systems, angular displacement measuring systems, and angular rate measuring systems are defined. A standard specification format guide for the preparation of a single-axis IFOG is provided. A compilation of recommended procedures for testing a fiber optic gyro, derived from those presently used in the industry, is also provided.

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952-1997/Cor 1-2016

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Single-Axis Interferometric Fiber Optic Gyros -- Corrigendum 1: Figure 1 and Subclauses 5.3.4, 8.3, 12.11.4.3.2, 12.11.4.3.3, 12.11.4.3.4, 12.12.3.1, and 12.12.4.1

Errors identified in IEEE Std 952-1997 are corrected in this corrigendum. Corrections are made to Figure 1 and in subclauses 5.3.4, 8.3, 12.11.4.3.2, 12.11.4.3.3, 12.11.4.3.4, 12.12.3.1, and 12.12.4.1.

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No Inactive-Withdrawn Standards

1431-2004

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Coriolis Vibratory Gyros

Specification and test requirements for a single-axis Coriolis vibratory gyro (CVG) for use as a sensor in attitude control systems, angular displacement measuring systems, and angular rate measuring systems are defined. A stadard specification format guide for the preparation of a single-axis CVG is provided. A complilation of recommended procedures for testing a CVG, derived from those presently used in the industry, is also provided. Informative annexes cover CVG design features and theoretical principles of operation.

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1431-2004/Cor 1-2008

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Coriolis Vibratory Gyros - Corrigendum 1

Corrigendum to IEEE Std 1431-2004.

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1554-2005

IEEE Recommended Practice for Inertial Sensor Test Equipment, Instrumentation, Data Acquisition, and Analysis

Test equipment, data acquisition equipment, instrumentation, test facilities, and data analysis techniques used in inertial sensor testing are described in this recommended practice.

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292-1969

IEEE Specification Format for Single-Degree-of-Freedom Spring-Restrained Rate Gyros

This specification defines the requirements for a single-degree-of-freedom spring-restrained rate gyro for [aircraft, missile, spacecraft,______] applications. The rate gyro shall be capable of providing [(dc, ac) voltage outputs proportional to angular rate inputs up to______ degrees per second, a switch closure(s) at angular rates (exceeding,less than)______ (+,-,u00b1)______ degrees per second].

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293-1969

IEEE Test Procedure for Single-Degree-of-Freedom Spring-Restrained Rate Gyros

Recommended rate gyro test procedures derived from those currently in use, including test conditions to be considered, are compiled. In some cases alternate methods for measuring a performance characteristic have been included. This standard is intended to be a guide in the preparation of Section 4 of a specification that follows the format of IEEE Std 292, Specification Format for Single-Degree-of-Freedom Spring-Restrained Rate Gyros.

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293-1969/Cor 1-2014

IEEE Standard for IEEE Test Procedure for Single-Degree-of-Freedom Spring-Restrained Rate Gyros -- Corrigendum 1: Table 1 Heading

Correction to Table 1 on page 14 of IEEE Std 293-1969

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517-1974

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Single-Degree-of-Freedom Rate-Integrating Gyros

A specification format guide for the preparation of a rate-integrating gyro specification that provides a common meeting ground of terminology and practice for manufacturers and users is presented. A compilation of recommended procedures for testing a rate-integrating gyro is given.

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529-1980

Supplement for Strapdown Applications to IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Single-Degree-of-Freedom Rate-Integrating Gyros

A specification format guide for the preparation of a rate-integrating gyroscope specification is presented. Recommended procedures for testing a rate-integrating gyroscope are compiled. This standard, when combined with IEEE Std 517-1974 (R1980), defines the requirements and test procedures in terms of characteristics unique to the gyroscope or those applications in which the dynamic angular inputs are significantly greater than the limitations identified in IEEE Std 517.

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529-1980/Cor 1-2017

IEEE Standard Supplement for Strapdown Applications to IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Single-Degree-of-Freedom Rate-Integrating Gyros - Corrigendum 1: 3.3.9.2.2, 3.6.4.1.1, 3.6.4.1.2, 6.3, and 10.10.4.1

Corrections are made by this corrigendum to material already published in IEEE Std 529-1980.

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647-2006

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Single-Axis Laser Gyros

Specification and test requirements for a single-axis ring laser gyro (RLG) for use as a sensor in attitude control systems, angular displacement measuring systems, and angular rate measuring systems are defined. A standard specification format guide for the preparation of a single-axis RLG is provided. A compilation of recommended procedures for testing an RLG, derived from those presently used in the industry, is also provided.

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671-1985

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Nongyroscopic Inertial Angular Sensors: Jerk, Acceleration, Velocity, and Displacement

A guide is presented for the preparation of a specification and test procedure for an inertial angular sensor that provides a common meeting ground of terminology and practice for manufacturers and users of an array of sensors that have been developed to meet needs not easily met by traditional spinning-rotor gyroscopes. A test procedure for verifying that the specifications have been met is given. The standard is not intended to compete with existing standards for specific devices with highly specific models and error sources, such as spring-restrained rate gyros, but to provide a uniform guide for those inertial angular sensors that have not been covered elsewhere.

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671-1985/Cor 1-2010

IEEE Standard Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Nongyroscopic Inertial Angular Sensors: Jerk, Acceleration, Velocity, and Displacement Corrigendum 1: 4.7.2.6 Short-Term Stability and Annex A Sensor Dynamic Block Diagrams

IEEE Std 671-1985 provides specifications and test requirements for a non-gyroscopic inertial angular sensor that may measure angular jerk, acceleration, rate, or displacement with or without response down to zero frequency. A standard specification format is provided. A compilation of recommended test procedures, derived from those presently used in the industry, is also provided. Informative annexes cover design features and theoretical principles of operation. This corrigendum makes changes to 4.7.2.6 to delete a sentence that does not belong there, to add a subclause that was inadvertently left out, and to renumber the existing subclauses. Changes are also being made to fix the block diagrams in Annex A, to correct a misspelling of inertia, and to add a missing symbol.

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813-1988

IEEE Specification Format Guide and Test Procedure for Two-Degree-of-Freedom Dynamically Tuned Gyros

A format guide for the preparation of a two-degree-of-freedom dynamically tuned gyro (DTG) specification is given that provides a common ground of terminology and practice for manufacturers and users. A compilation of recommended procedures for testing a DTG is also given. The requirements and test procedures are defined in terms unique to the DTG. They cover applications of the gyro as an angular motion sensor in navigation and control systems. They apply to two modes of use: (1) as a strap-down sensor in operating environments typical of aircraft and missile applications, and (2) as a sensor in gimballed platform applications in which the dynamic angular inputs to which the gyro is subjected are benign relative to the accuracy required. In the case of the strap-down DTG, the characteristics of the external capture loops are considered to the extent necessary to define the gyro performance.

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