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27 April 2011 Magnetorheological elastomer mount for shock and vibration isolation
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Abstract
A novel magnetorheological elastomer (MRE) mount is designed, fabricated, and tested to provide a wide controllable compression static stiffness range for protecting a system with variable payload from external shock and vibration. The shear static stiffness and compression dynamic stiffness were also studied. MRE is a field-controllable material in which the stiffness properties can be altered by changing the applied magnetic field. A MRE mount is developed by using 0.5-inch thick MRE layers and built-in electromagnets. The performance of the 2-layer MRE mount is characterized by compression, shear, vibration, and shock tests. The tests demonstrate that the variable-stiffness MRE mount can be used for shock and vibration isolation applications.
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Barkan Kavlicoglu, Bryce Wallis, Huseyin Sahin, and Yanming Liu "Magnetorheological elastomer mount for shock and vibration isolation", Proc. SPIE 7977, Active and Passive Smart Structures and Integrated Systems 2011, 79770Y (27 April 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.881870
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