magnetic damping

magnetic damping

[mag′ned·ik ′dam·piŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Damping of a mechanical motion by means of the reaction between a magnetic field and the current generated by the motion of a coil through the magnetic field.
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Some added extras in the tested model, like magnetic damping at PS850 and a heated steering wheel (PS200), ensured a supple ride in the cold of winter.
Magnetic damping is also a passive damping solution based on induction of electrical eddy currents [3].
3 Compensator Working Range: Plus Or Minus 15 Feet 4 Magnetic Damping Compensator.
As the CI particles are soft magnetic particles, the magnetic damping is minimal and thus it is ignored in this study.
They all concluded that the vertical magnetic damping becomes negative at medium and high speed, while Ooi [18], Takano and Ogiwara [19], Kratki and Oberretl [20], and He and Coffey [21] concluded the opposite.
Acceleration is sharp when required and the ride, for an SUV, is top of the league even though the eD4 cannot be configured with the Magnaride magnetic damping which delivers near sports saloon handling on other Evoques.
Acceleration is sharp when required and the ride, for an SUV, is top of the league, even though the eD4 cannot be configured with the Magnaride magnetic damping which delivers near sports saloon handling on other Evoques.
The vehicle features Brembo ceramic brakes, magnetic damping, a dual-clutch transaxle and a 6.3-litre, direct-injection V-12 engine.
Handling can be further enhanced for the real enthusiast with the optional magnetic damping system.
The R8 even boasts Audi's own intelligent magnetic damping system, which makes it ride like an A8.
The electronic scale stabilizes within a second or so, but even the best magnetic damping on a beam scale takes many times longer.