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(gr&#x2202; vim&#x2019; i t&#x2202;r) An instrument for measuring variations in gravitational attraction; a <b>gravity meter</b>. Most gravimeters are of the unstable or astatic type. The gravitational force on a mass in the meter is balanced by a spring arrangement. A third force is provided that acts when the system is not in equilibrium; it intensifies the effect of changes of gravity and increases the sensitivity of the system. Usually a <b>zero-length spring</b> is used; it has a stress-strain curve that passes through zero length when projected back to zero strain. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_G-6|G-6]].
 
(gr&#x2202; vim&#x2019; i t&#x2202;r) An instrument for measuring variations in gravitational attraction; a <b>gravity meter</b>. Most gravimeters are of the unstable or astatic type. The gravitational force on a mass in the meter is balanced by a spring arrangement. A third force is provided that acts when the system is not in equilibrium; it intensifies the effect of changes of gravity and increases the sensitivity of the system. Usually a <b>zero-length spring</b> is used; it has a stress-strain curve that passes through zero length when projected back to zero strain. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_G-6|G-6]].
 
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(gr∂ vim’ i t∂r) An instrument for measuring variations in gravitational attraction; a gravity meter. Most gravimeters are of the unstable or astatic type. The gravitational force on a mass in the meter is balanced by a spring arrangement. A third force is provided that acts when the system is not in equilibrium; it intensifies the effect of changes of gravity and increases the sensitivity of the system. Usually a zero-length spring is used; it has a stress-strain curve that passes through zero length when projected back to zero strain. See Figure G-6.