Measurement Techniques

, Volume 49, Issue 2, pp 103–106 | Cite as

Gravimetry based on the method of inertial navigation

  • A. S. Devyatisil’nyi


A method of spatial gravimetry based on expansion of the functional properties of a three-component inertial navigation system is considered.

Key words

gravitational field intensity gravimetry newton meter (accelerometer) gyroscope 


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