magnetorheological fluid

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magnetorheological fluid

[mag‚ned·ō‚rē·ə‚läj·ə·kəl ′flü·əd]
(materials)
A low-viscosity fluid containing a suspension of micrometer-size magnetic particles that increases in viscosity proportionally to the strength of an applied magnetic field; it is used as an adaptive shock absorber for actively controlled viscous damping.
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Essentially, magnetofluid or magnetic liquid is a kind of magnetorheological fluids (MRF), only its yield stress is lower than conventional magneto rheological fluid [5].
Georgios Tsampardoukas investigated the use of controlled magneto rheological fluid dampers for semi-active truck suspension and employed half truck model and measured the performance through a numerical simulation approach [6].
Seung Bok Choi presented the vibration control of a semi active seat suspension with a magneto rheological fluid damper based on Bingham model for commercial vehicles such as large size trucks.