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Simple dynamic strain measuring circuit. 40 ELEMENTS OF EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS is not necessary and it is sufficient to measure the variation of the voltage drop across the strain gauge which is of course directly proportional to the change of resistance. The signal from the gauge can be observed or recorded on a cathode ray oscilloscope, the steady component of the voltage drop being blocked off by a condenser. c. c. amplifier and a recorder or oscilloscope. It is essential that the frequency response of the amplifier should be wide enough to deal with the gauge signal.
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