T.V. Khylchenko, Post-graduate
Zhitomyr State Technological University (103 Chudnivska St, Zhytomyr, 10002, Ukraine, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Èlektron. model. 2018, 40(3):87-104


Modern gravimeters used in conducting aviation gravimetric works and promising scientific developments have been analyzed. The article is devoted to the study of a new dual-channel capacitive gravimeter (DCG) using the microelectromechanic system (MEMS) of the automated aviation gravimetric system (AGS). The paper substantiates the relevance of the research, the feasibility of the use of the newMEMSDCG as an DGS gravimeter. The analysis of literary sources in the field of modern aviation gravimetry and MEMS technologies in instrument making is carried out. The design and principle of the proposed MEMS DCG are described, a structural scheme is developed. The value of the coefficient of elasticity of the suspension of a complex form is specified. The possibility and expediency of the use of the neural network approach in the problems of developing algorithms for the functioning of the AGS with the new DCG is considered.


acceleration of gravity, aviation gravimetric system, capacitive gravimeter


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