Vibration Control of Oscillating System Based on Governing Visco-Elastic Characteristics of Absorber by Means of External Electric Signal
Electro-rheological fluids (ERF) allow us to create «smart» devices. One of the basic directions of application of such materials is damping in oscillating systems. This work describes simulation model and offers the results of experimental research by rheological properties and damping characteristic of ERF. Control signal is defined by electric field intensity, which is changed within the bounds of 0…0.5 kV/mm. Amplitude of oscillation – up to 5 mm, oscillation frequency is modified within the bounds of 0.5…5 Hz. The logarithmic damping decrement and natural oscillation frequency of oscillating system, shear stress and viscosity of ERF are determined.
Inga Skiedraite and Jolanta Baskutiene
V.A. Bilyk et al., "Vibration Control of Oscillating System Based on Governing Visco-Elastic Characteristics of Absorber by Means of External Electric Signal", Solid State Phenomena, Vol. 144, pp. 220-225, 2009