The use of technologies for stabilizing the electrophysical characteristics of sensor structures used in the development and manufacture of measuring transducers




physical model, stabilization method, thermal training, polyfilm compensation, shock cycles, temporary stability


The object of the study is the design, manufacturing technology and methods of stabilizing the electrophysical characteristics of measuring transducers. The problem solved in the research is the creation of methods and design and technological solutions to ensure stability used in the development and manufacture of measuring transducers. As a result of the conducted research, designs and technologies for manufacturing and stabilizing the electrophysical characteristics of measuring transducers were developed. The features of the developed designs of measuring transducers are increased in comparison with the known time stability with a basic error of no more than 0.1 %/year. Technologies for stabilizing the parameters of measuring transducers, in contrast to the known ones, differ in their versatility, since most elastic elements that perceive mechanical magnitude are membranes and beams, on which thermocompensating films are easily applied. The stabilization of the parameters of the entire measuring transducer, unlike the known ones, is carried out after the removal of internal mechanical stresses of each element and part of the measuring transducer through the integrated use of current and vibration dynamic loads. Thus, the use of complex compensation due to the application of a new method of compensation of internal mechanical stresses in the structure, based on the use of multilayer film compositions formed on sensitive elements, followed by thermal and vibration stabilization of measuring transducers. In addition, reducing the measurement error and increasing the time and parametric stability of the measuring transducers is achieved through the use of specialized heat treatment modes, training resonant vibration and current loads. When developing structures and stabilization methods, previously developed engineering mathematical models were used, including constructive, informational, dimensional, technological and circuit engineering. At the same time, depending on the adopted design and the technology used, engineering models were modified by including known coefficients and dependencies. This method has significantly reduced the cost and complexity of development

Author Biographies

Assem Kabdoldina, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

PhD, Senior Lecturer

Department of Chemical Physics and Material Science

Zhomart Ualiyev, Satbayev University

PhD, Head of Department

Department of Higher Mathematics and Modeling

Sayat Ibrayev, U.A. Joldasbekov Institute of Mechanics and Engineering

Doctor, Professor

Department of Robotics

Nutpulla Jamalov, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

PhD, Professor

Department of Mechanics

Arman Ibrayeva, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University


Department of Mechanics

Yerkebulan Tuleshov, Satbayev University

PhD, Associate Professor

Department of Robotics and Technical Means of Automation

Azhar Analiyeva, Kazakhstan University of Innovative and Telecommunication Systems

Senior Lecturer

Department of Technical Disciplines

Dinara Arinova, Auezov University

PhD, Senior Lecturer

Department of Mechanics and Engineering

Askar Khikmetov, International IT University

PhD, Rector

Bolat Uaissov, Academy of Logistics and Transport

PhD, Associate Professor

Department of General Engineering


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The use of technologies for stabilizing the electrophysical characteristics of sensor structures used in the development and manufacture of measuring transducers




How to Cite

Kabdoldina, A., Ualiyev, Z., Ibrayev, S., Jamalov, N., Ibrayeva, A., Tuleshov, Y., Analiyeva, A., Arinova, D., Khikmetov, A., & Uaissov, B. (2023). The use of technologies for stabilizing the electrophysical characteristics of sensor structures used in the development and manufacture of measuring transducers. Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies, 1(5 (121), 6–16.



Applied physics