damping coefficient

damping coefficient

[′dam·piŋ ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
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(acoustics)
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The maximum value of the amplitude decreases with increasing damping coefficient of loading [b.sub.l], which also follows from equation (5).
In this model the damping properties are given as the combination of values of damping coefficient [mu] and relaxation time [tau] = [[mu].sub.d]/G.
Third, the proposed method computes the stiffness parameters by inverse procedure of Hooke's law, and finally solves an estimation problem based on the proposed error metric to obtain a global optimal stiffness and damping coefficient.
where m is the lumped mass of the system, [k.sub.iz] spring coefficient (stiffness), [c.sub.iz] damping coefficient, [Z.sub.1] displacement amplitude of the forced excitation, [[omega].sub.iz] angular frequency, and t time.
The effect of parameters such as damping coefficient, viscoelastic parameter, input voltage and excitation frequency is investigated.
where [alpha] is the mass proportional damping coefficient, M is the mass matrix, [beta] is the stiffness proportional damping coefficient, and K is the stiffness matrix.
The damping coefficient corresponding to the mode 101 Hz is identified as [c.sub.1] = 0.015.
The modified Duffing-Holmes equation is used to simulate the model; the vibrator (oscillator) movement state is related to the magnitude of the damping coefficient ratio, k, and the amplitude of the excitation force, [gamma], of the periodic driving force.
where [L.sub.a] is inductance of the anchor; [r.sub.a] is resistance of the anchor; [U.sub.T] is the voltage at the terminals; [i.sub.a] is current of the anchor; [[omega].sub.mot] is motor speed; J is moment of inertia of the rotor; f is damping coefficient of the rotor; [T.sub.L] is load torque.
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.
The damping coefficient to a specific excitation frequency is defined as follows: