electrorheological material

electrorheological material

[i‚lek·trō‚rē·ə¦läj·ə·kəl mə′tir·ē·əl]
(materials)
A material possessing rheological properties that are controlled by an imposed electric field.
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Electrorheological material and device design and preparation.
Systems for testing fluids, melts and solids, as well as accessories for testing magnetorheological and electrorheological materials increase the MCR's versatility, according to the company.
Systems for testing fluids, melts and solids, as well as unique accessories for testing magnetorheological and electrorheological materials, increase the MCR's versatility, according to the company.
Shaw is also a noted polymer rheologist; his contributions include the developmen t of models for relating the rheological properties to molecular weight distribution, fundamental studies of the rheology of liquid crystalline polymers and electrorheological materials.
Discovered almost 40 years ago, electrorheological materials have only recently received serious attention as shock absorbers because early versions corroded their containers, says Bhadra.
studied nonlinear dynamic response and vibration control capabilities of Electrorheological materials based adaptive sandwich beam [10].
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