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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Andrey Olefirenko
Non-contact Optical Displacement Sensor
9
2019
In this research a comparative analysis of existing methods of measuring linear and angular displacements and sensors based on this methods is carried out. Particular attention is paid to sensors operating on various optical principles. As a result of the analysis, a field, in which there is not enough contactless optical displacement sensor, is revealed. A hardware-software measuring complex is designed. During this process problems of imperfection of a simplified physical model of the world are solved. Also, due to a competent selection of the hardware component, the best economic price/functionality ratio is achieved. In addition, a software, that makes it easy to take readings from the sensor, process them and present them in a visual format is being designed. As a result of the conducted work, a working model of the device is created, tests that were made confirm the correctness of the conducted calculations and software operability.

The paper includes 45 pages, not including the schedule, title page and technical specification, 10 illustrations and 14 sources.

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