Webinar: Applying the Wheatstone Bridge Circuit with Strain Gauges

Date & Time:

Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 10 am (CET Berlin)

In 1843, the English physicist Sir Charles Wheatstone (1802-1875), found a bridge circuit for measuring electrical resistances. In this bridge circuit, known today as the Wheatstone bridge circuit, unknown resistances are compared with well-defined resistances. The wheatstone bridge is also well suited for the measurement of small changes of a resistance and is, therefore, also suitable for measuring the resistance change in a strain gauge.

In this 30-minute webinar, HBM product manager Dirk Eberlein, an expert in the field of strain gauges, guides you through the basics of the Wheatstone bridge curcuit:

  • Learn to distinguish the Wheatstone bridge circuit in quarter, half and full bridge circuits
  • Understand the applications of the quarter, half and full bridge circuits in measurements:
    • bending rod
    • traction / compression rod
    • torsion bar
  • Learn about the possibilities of temperature compensation by using the Wheatstone bridge circuit

 

Other time zones November 16, 2017:

9am GMT (London)

5pm SGT (Singapore)

7am BRT (Brazil)

1.30pm IST (New Delhi)

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Your webinar host:

Dirk Eberlein

Application Engineer and Product Manager for Strain Gauges at HBM

Contact: 

dirk.eberlein@hbm.com

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