Hello,
Could any one help me with following question;
From V_{x} =K/R^{2 } where V_{x} isthe Voltage at sensor x, R is the separation & K is a constant.
I get to
R_{1 }= x^{2}+ y^{2}
aR_{1 }= (R –x)^{2} + y^{2}
bR_{1 }= x^{2}+ (R – y)^{2}
Where a = V_{1}/ V_{2 }and b = V_{1 }/ V_{3}
I’d like to find x, y and R_{1 }in terms of a, b andR.
Apologies if the picture is a bit small it's in the attachment though
Many thanks
Stephen
Could any one help me with following question;
From V_{x} =K/R^{2 } where V_{x} isthe Voltage at sensor x, R is the separation & K is a constant.
I get to
R_{1 }= x^{2}+ y^{2}
aR_{1 }= (R –x)^{2} + y^{2}
bR_{1 }= x^{2}+ (R – y)^{2}
Where a = V_{1}/ V_{2 }and b = V_{1 }/ V_{3}
I’d like to find x, y and R_{1 }in terms of a, b andR.
Apologies if the picture is a bit small it's in the attachment though
Many thanks
Stephen
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