acceleration measurement

acceleration measurement

[ak‚sel·ə′rā·shən ′mezh·ər·mənt]
(mechanics)
The technique of determining the magnitude and direction of acceleration, including translational and angular acceleration.
(navigation)
A fundamental measurement required for the operation of the inertial navigator.
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Monday's test, looking at the health of the accelerometer, spun the CMG up to 500 rpm and then let it coast down to zero while acceleration data were taken with the Microgravity Acceleration Measurement System to correlate and compare with data from the internal CMG accelerometer.
This increased dynamic range enables ESC designers to filter out extraneous signals, such as parasitic vibrations, that could potentially interfere with the vehicle's lateral acceleration measurement.