The Influence of the Angular Position of the Laser Triangular Head on the Readings of the Measurement System
The article presents the methodology, test stand and results of noncontact tests conducted using a laser sensor-equipped system for measuring displacement. The tests were carried out in an attempt to determine the sensitivity of the measurement system to the angular position of the sensor against the surface onto which the laser spot was projected. The scope of investigations constitutes a crucial problem dealing with the determination of tolerance of assembling a laser head in the measurement system for a laser penetrometer used for examining substance consistence. The tests were executed in the measurement range between 5 and 50 mm taking into account 5 angular positions of the laser sensor. The readings of the laser head were referred to the value of displacements adjusted with the use of a micrometric head. In the case of the tested system, the dispersion of measurement deviations was estimated as a function of the measured distance.
Algirdas V. Valiulis, Olegas Černašėjus and Vadim Mokšin
A. Zbrowski and K. Matecki, "The Influence of the Angular Position of the Laser Triangular Head on the Readings of the Measurement System", Solid State Phenomena, Vols. 220-221, pp. 313-318, 2015