Development of a Dual Axis Convective Gyroscope with Embedded Heater and Low Thermal-stress Thermistors

@article{Dau2006DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a Dual Axis Convective Gyroscope with Embedded Heater and Low Thermal-stress Thermistors},
  author={V. T. Dau and D. V. Dao and Tomoo Shiozawa and Hideo Kumagai and Susumu Sugiyama},
  journal={2006 5th IEEE Conference on Sensors},
  year={2006},
  pages={1369-1372}
}
In this paper, we present a novel structure of the sensing element or thermistor for the gas gyroscope. The thermistor is heated by a heater core, which is power -supplied independently. This design allows low voltage on the thermistor so that the noise on output voltage is reduced. Both heater and thermistor are optimized in order to reduce the thermal induced stress which occurred in the old thermistors at its working temperatures. The effect of thermal stress appeared in a p-type silicon… CONTINUE READING

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