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Help!Strain gauge in triaxial axis

  1. Oct 8, 2011 #1
    hi guys...
    i need ur help...
    i have to design a device that can sense a force in triaxial axis which are x,y,z.
    the straing gauge is located at x,y,z axis also.
    my problem is, for example if the force come from x axis,i dont want the y,z strain gauge sense the reaction, i just want x-axis strain gauge can sense for force that come from x-axis and vice versa....
    basicly is like weight machine,but i just want to make in 3axis...
    thanx for ur cooperation....
     
  2. jcsd
  3. Oct 10, 2011 #2
    you can put a lineal strain gauge perpendicular to x and the gauge can not sense for force that come from x-axis
     
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