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Peak to Peak Analysis Intro

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With the data the measurement system will obtain it
should be easy to identify where peaks and valleys are from
the measured data. If two peaks can be found, the distance
between them can be found by just subtracting the two x
axis measurements associated with each peak. This creates
one "wave" where the depth or "Y" values can be calculated
at any point on the wave using basic geometric and
trigonometric formulas.

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Specifications and Tolerances

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The depth calculation is based off four key
specifications; Radius 1(lower Radius), Radius 2(Upper
Radius), Depth, Angle. Many of these specfiations have a
tolerance. This allows the creation of upper and lower
bound on the calculated depth values in each section of the
"wave".

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Slope/Angle/Depth Calculation

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By using Excel to analyze the data it is possible to
pick apart the data to find all the peaks and valleys. From
this the slope/angle and depth can be calculated.

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Sections Overview

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Overview of the six different section involved in the
calculations

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Section One

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Section Two

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Section Three

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Section Four

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Section Five

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Section Six

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