I have question that is driving me crazy.
If I have a rotating disc (think about a fan or whatever), and instead of measuring with the accelerometer in the non-rotating part, bearings or so, If I attach an accelerometer (triaxial and wireless of course) in the perimeter of the disc, do you think i would measure a 1x, 2x, 3x components of the rotation?
don't go for application issues it is just a didactical question. If the accelerometer is attached to the rotary part I am thinking that the inertial mass of the piezo will be moving inside the accelerometer casing and at the same time the disc is rotating... which acceleration components would I measure? tangential, normal, Coriolis.. My concern is whether i will be able to read a 1x synchronous component or not
thanks and happy tuesday!