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Properties of magnetorheological elastomers in crossed AC and DC magnetic fields
Yuliya A. Alekhina, Ludmila A. Makarova, Tatyana S. Rusakova, Anna S. Semisalova, Nikolay S. Perov
Department of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University,
119991, Moscow, Russia
Dynamic properties of magnetorheological elastomers (MREs) with barium ferrite particles in the presence of crossed AC and DC magnetic fields were investigated. Calculations of the magnetic permeability were made based on the fact, that the inductance of the coil changes when the coil is filled with the elastomer. Measurements of inductances of an empty coil and the coil with elastomeric core were carried out. The core was smaller than the space inside the coil, so it was able to move within the coil. The dependencies of real and imaginary parts of magnetic permeability on AC field frequency had resonance peaks at different values of DC magnetic field strength. The sample vibration was considered in frame of the elastic rod oscillations model. The change of dielectric permittivity of the elastomer with conductive particles under magnetic field (so-called magnetodielectric effect) was also investigated. These effects are the examples of transformation of the magnetic field energy into the electrical or mechanical energy of the MRE.
magnetorheological elastomers, mechanical resonance, sonic frequency, magnetodielectric effect.
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Received in revised form: 06.09.2016
Yuliya A. Alekhina, Ludmila A. Makarova, Tatyana S. Rusakova, Anna S. Semisalova, Nikolay S. Perov, “Properties of magnetorheological elastomers in crossed AC and DC magnetic fields”, J. Sib. Fed. Univ. Math. Phys., 10:1 (2017), 45–50
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