Published Online: 1990
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A theoretical relation for estimating the frequency response of diaphragm pore pressure transducers is derived by considering the interaction between the diaphragm, porous cap, air, and pore fluid inside the transducer. Using this relation, the frequency response of a pore pressure transducer under several centrifuge modeling environments is studied. The results indicate that the viscous drag imposed by the porous cap on the pore fluid can significantly reduce the sensitivity of the transducer to high frequency pore pressure fluctuation. This may impair the accuracy of dynamic pore pressure measurements in high-g centrifuge modeling of dynamic events if viscosity scaling is used.
Senior lecturer, National University of Singapore,
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