Polar exploration (University Focus) Research into Smart Materials Continues at the University of Dublin with the Development of Methods to Record and Present Data to Demonstrate the Magnetorheological Effect When a Magnetic Field is Applied to a MR Elastomer Sample
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Research into methods to record and present data to demonstrate the Magnetorheological effect when a magnetic field is applied to a Magnetorheological Elastomer sample. By Dave Gorman, Niall Murphy and Ray Ekins, Dublin Institute of Technology, Republic of Ireland A Magnetorheological Elastomer (MRE) is an example of a smart material as it undergoes a change in its physical properties when in the presece of an external magnetic field. This change in properties is known as the Magnetorheological (MR) effect and the manner in which it is achieved and reported, is of critical importance to the future development of MRE-based components. To gain a full understanding of the MR effect, detailed information on the applied magnetic field is required (Gorman et al. 2016) as well as the physical strain applied to the MRE sample (Gorman et al. 2017).
Gorman, D., Murphy, N. & Eakins, R. (2017). Polar exploration (University Focus) research into smart materials continues at the University of Dublin with the development of methods to record and present data to demonstrate the magnetorheological effect when a magnetic field is applied to a MR elastomer sample. Tire Technology International Conference, Hannover, Germany, 20-22 February 2018 doi:10.21427/D7DF59