bonded strain gage

bonded strain gage

[¦bän·dəd ′strān ‚gāj]
(engineering)
A strain gage in which the resistance element is a fine wire, usually in zigzag form, embedded in an insulating backing material, such as impregnated paper or plastic, which is cemented to the pressure-sensing element.
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The above procedure can be adopted for the PZT sensors with respect to any standard measurement devices like surface bonded strain gage or noncontact laser velocity and displacement sensors, LVDT, impedance head, and so forth.
The glass bonding process eliminates the instabilities associated with conventional epoxy bonded strain gages, creating a more durable and stable sensor.