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Christopher Apanius

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A User-Friendly, High-Sensitivity Strain Gauge   June 1, 2001
By: Christopher Apanius,Horacio V. Estrada Ph.D.,James W. Siekkinen Ph.D.,Michael L. Nagy

A single-crystal silicon strain gauge with a flexible polyimide backing combines the best properties of silicon and metal foil strain gauges. Its features include a gauge factor as high as 110, nickel or gold solder pads, and a 60 mil bend radius.




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