A.F. Verlan  Yu.O. Furtat 

Èlektron. model. 2020, 42(3):03-12


Applied engineering analysis is used to study measurement processes using a meta-mathematical description, which should provide for the presence of analytic approximate dependencies that allow to illustrate, both qualitatively and quantitatively, the influence of physical parameters. Some difficulties in modeling the dynamic properties of non-stationary measuring transducers (MTs) with variable parameters are that there are no accurate analytical methods for solving equations that describe the behavior of dynamic objects in this class. The article discusses some methods of converting and deriving approximate dependencies to describe processes in a MT to a form that allows the use of approximate analytical solutions or efficient numerical methods.


approximate analysis, measuring transducer, dynamic model, integral equation.


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