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Using Phyphox as a "crash test dummy"
Thanks for the replies, this is helpful.
I think regardless of the limitations of the sensor to measure the higher g's, this will work well, again, in the context of a grade 5 experiment. I recently found a YT video of what I would like to do, where it looks like they used essentially the same type of sensor with some success;

This had me wondering if the microphone output (a piezo device I imagine) might serve as a proxy for measuring (in a relative sense) the really high accelerations.

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Using Phyphox as a "crash test dummy" - by Don H - 11-01-2021, 12:35 AM
RE: Using Phyphox as a "crash test dummy" - by Don H - 11-03-2021, 06:00 PM

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