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Title: Effect of magnetic permeability, shearing length, and shear gap on magnetic flux density of the magnetorheological damper through finite element analysis
Authors: Kumar Kariganaur A.
Kumar H.
Arun M.
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: Materials Today: Proceedings , Vol. 39 , , p. 1613 - 1619
Abstract: The performance of the magnetorheological (MR) damper is determined based on the damping force of the damper which is used to reduce the unwanted vibrations in the automobile suspension system. In this study, an axisymmetric magnetorheological damper model is analyzed using ANSYS finite element (FE) analysis to simulate a distribution of magnetic field in the fluid flow region. Firstly, the materials used for the fabrication of MR damper such as SA1018 and Aluminium are used for the permeability analysis for applied current in shear mode operation. It is evident from the result that, a material with higher magnetic permeability (SA1018) gives higher magnetic flux density in the fluid flow gap. By using SA1018 material for further study the effect of increase in shear gap and shearing length of the MR damper, there is a exponential decay in the magnetic flux density in the flow gap. And finally, by using the response surface methodology optimum values are obtained for maximum magnetic flux density. © 2020 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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