Model parameter identification from measurement data for dynamic torque calibration – Measurement results and validation
The dynamic calibration of torque transducers requires the modelling of the measuring device and of the transducer under test. The transducer's dynamic properties are described by means of model parameters, which are going to be identified from measurement data. To be able to do so, two transfer functions are calculated. In this paper, the transfer functions and the procedure for the model parameter identification are presented. Results of a parameter identification of a torque transducer are also given, and the validity of the identified parameters is analysed by comparing the results with independent measurements. The successful parameter identification is a prerequisite for a model-based dynamic calibration of torque transducers.
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