A new magnetorheological damper with improved displacement differential self-induced ability
This work is an extension of our previous study on the development of a linear variable differential sensor (LVDS)-based magnetorheological (MR) damper with self-sensing capability, where a new MR damper integrated with LVDS technology was developed and prototyped, then its self-induced performance under static and dynamic working conditions was experimentally evaluated. The results of the static and dynamic experiments indicated that the self-induced voltage was proportional to the displacement of the damper. Moreover, the damping performance of this new MR damper was also evaluated through an experimental study. Compared with our previous study, the new MR damper performed better in terms of its self-induced sensing ability and damping capacity.
Hu, G., Zhou, W. & Li, W. (2015). A new magnetorheological damper with improved displacement differential self-induced ability. Smart Materials and Structures, 24 (8), 087001-1-087001-11.