Special Issue "Rotation Rate Sensors and Their Applications"
The International Working Group of Rotational Seismology promotes a special issue on "Rotation rate sensors and their applications" in the open access journal SENSORS (
). Deadline for submission is 31st July 2020.
Scope: Rotation rate sensors are finding more and more applications in science and engineering, serving to control vehicle or airship motion. In consumer electronics smartphones and smartwatches are controlled with respect to their tilt. In modern seismology the measurement of three rotations about vertical and horizontal axes combined with classic displacement records has many powerful applications. Even small rocking of foundations of tall buildings translate into substantial tip displacements. All these applications require various rotation rate sensors. From small MEMS gyros, fibre-optic gyros and electrochemical devices to precise, large ring lasers. The purpose of the special issue is to collect papers on rotation rate sensors and their applications, with particular attention paid to the areas of modern geophysics, civil and seismic engineering as well as mechanical engineering and modern geodesy, including also structural health monitoring.
Special section editors: Z. Zembaty, F. Bernauer, H. Igel, U. Schreiber
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