damping coefficient

damping coefficient

[′dam·piŋ ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
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mot] is motor speed; J is moment of inertia of the rotor; f is damping coefficient of the rotor; [T.
If damping coefficient is low the vibrations gained from traffic is higher and spread distance is relatively longer.
The hardening stiffness characteristics of such struts are considered beneficial for wide payload variation encountered in off-road machines, while the increasing damping coefficient may not be favorable for attenuation of vibration in the critical ride frequency range.
And in other cases, the time derivative of the contact force to assess acceleration and deceleration intention for variable admittance control scheme [3, 4] was proposed to continuously adapt the virtual damping coefficient as a function of the human intention in a speed based variable impedance control for pick, place and moving tasks.
Three predictive systems, adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS), multi-layer perceptron (MLP) and multiple regression analysis method (MRM) were trained to predict the maximum shear modulus and the minimum damping coefficient.
Knowing such data and employing an inverse problem approach, the estimation of the suspension stiffness and damping coefficient could be feasible.
New parameters in Table IV are: D is a damping coefficient representing total lumped damping effects and [T'.
The MRD is certainly able to provide variable damping coefficient rather than wanted active force.
The classical Van der Pol equation (12) depends on the damping coefficient [mu] and the following varying behaviors were obtained.