Accession Number : ADA114081
Title : Effect of Digital Word Size on Precision of Data Recovery from Field Instrumentation.
Descriptive Note : Topical rept. 15 Apr 79-12 Nov 80,
Corporate Author : ELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS OF NEW MEXICO INC ALBUQUERQUE
Personal Author(s) : Stough,T A
PDF Url : ADA114081
Report Date : 12 Nov 1980
Pagination or Media Count : 56
Abstract : With the onset of new technological advances in microelectronics, it is possible to acquire data in digital form directly in the field as opposed to recording analogue data in the field then in a separate laboratory process convert to digital data. Most of the DNA field event data include responses from accelerometers, pressure gages, velocity gages and stress-strain measurements. The effect of the precision of a digital data acquisition system on the data and the integrals is the subject of this report from the point of view of digital data analysis using various word sizes.
Descriptors : *Word organized storage, *Data acquisition, *Analog to digital converters, *Sizes(Dimensions), Digital recording systems, Precision, Integrals, Response, Accelerometers, Pressure gages, Velocimeters, Stress strain relations, Transients, Input, Detonations, Demonstrations, Field Tests, Instrumentation, Microelectronics, Pressure Measurement, Velocity, Digital Systems
Subject Categories : Computer Hardware
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE