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impedance, since the reactance is positive (or, alternatively, the phase angle is positive) Part I
Circuits
Capacitive Displacement Transducer
Earlier, we introduced the idea of a capacitive displacement transducer when we considered a parallelplate capacitor composed of a xed plate and a movable plate The capacitance of this variable capacitor was shown to be a nonlinear function of the position of the movable plate, x (see Figure 46) In this example, we show that under certain conditions the impedance of the capacitor varies as a linear function of displacement that is, the movableplate capacitor can serve as a linear transducer Recall the expression derived earlier: 8854 10 3 A C= pF x where C is the capacitance in pF, A is the area of the plates in mm2 , and x is the (variable) distance in mm If the capacitor is placed in an AC circuit, its impedance will be determined by the expression 1 ZC = j C so that x ZC = j 8854A Thus, at a xed frequency , the impedance of the capacitor will vary linearly with displacement This property may be exploited in the bridge circuit of Figure 47, where a differential pressure transducer was shown as being made of two movableplate capacitors, such that if the capacitance of one increased as a consequence of a pressure differential across the transducer, the capacitance of the other had to decrease by a corresponding amount (at least for small displacements) The circuit is shown again in Figure 439, where two resistors have been connected in the bridge along with the variable capacitors (denoted by C(x)) The bridge is excited by a sinusoidal source d R1
+ ~
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Cdb(x) b
vS(t) Vout +
R2 c
Cbc(x) Figure 439 Bridge circuit for capacitive displacement transducer
Using phasor notation, we can express the output voltage as follows: ZCbc (x) R2 Vout (j ) = VS (j ) ZCdb (x) + ZCbc (x) R1 + R 2 4
AC Network Analysis
If the nominal capacitance of each movableplate capacitor with the diaphragm in the center position is given by A C= d where d is the nominal (undisplaced) separation between the diaphragm and the xed surfaces of the capacitors (in mm), the capacitors will see a change in capacitance given by A A and Cbc = Cdb = d x d +x when a pressure differential exists across the transducer, so that the impedances of the variable capacitors change according to the displacement: d x d +x and ZCbc = ZCdb = j 8854A j 8854A and we obtain the following expression for the phasor output voltage: d +x R2 j 8854A Vout (j ) = VS (j ) d x d +x R1 + R 2 + j 8854A j 8854A = VS (j ) = VS (j ) x R2 1 + 2 2d R1 + R 2 x 2d if we choose R1 = R2 Thus, the output voltage will vary as a scaled version of the input voltage in proportion to the displacement A typical vout (t) is displayed in Figure 440 for a 005mm triangular diaphragm displacement, with d = 05 mm and VS a 25Hz sinusoid with 1V amplitude

