This paper describes an experimental/theoretical activity carried out on a magnetorheological fluid brake (MRFB) prototype. A device model is derived and a detailed evaluation of the influence of temperature and speed on its parameters performed. It can be seen that temperature and speed act as modifying input for the system model and change the value of some of its parameters. More specifically, time constant and torque/current gain are affected by velocity whereas fluid viscosity is only affected by temperature.

A nonlinear dynamic model of a magnetorheological fluid brake and evaluation of the influence of temperature and speed on its parameters

DI MASSA, GIANDOMENICO;RUSSO, RICCARDO;TERZO, MARIO
2011

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This paper describes an experimental/theoretical activity carried out on a magnetorheological fluid brake (MRFB) prototype. A device model is derived and a detailed evaluation of the influence of temperature and speed on its parameters performed. It can be seen that temperature and speed act as modifying input for the system model and change the value of some of its parameters. More specifically, time constant and torque/current gain are affected by velocity whereas fluid viscosity is only affected by temperature.
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