If an IMU is subjected to high linear acceleration along one axis e.g. x-axis,.will all the Gyros in the IMU be influenced in the same way by the Linear acceleration effect (i.e. increased gyro bias) ?
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This short answer is, "not likely," but which product are you referring to? While some generic relationships exist, they are not broad enough to provide one answer that covers all gyroscopes. Also, what do you consider to be "high linear acceleration?" Quantifying the condition is helpful in predicting a response. We look forward to your reply.
I have been studying acceleration up to 100g and have been looking into various products, but e.g. ADIS16445, ADIS16480 and ADXRS453?
The ADIS16445 and ADIS16480 incorporate linear-g compensation, which addresses first order effects of this behavior. The residual (leftover) error can vary with acceleration direction. We would need more information before we can try to project the response to acceleration. Feel free to send me a private message if you would prefer to keep your specific conditions offline. We completely understand that and will be glad to discuss this with you privately.
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