Volume 2, Issue 4, July 2014, Page: 70-74
Review on Magneto-Rheological Fluid and its Application
Xu Biao, College of Automobile Engineering, Shanghai University of Engineering Science, Shanghai 201620, China
Luo Yiping, College of Automobile Engineering, Shanghai University of Engineering Science, Shanghai 201620, China
Ren Hongjuan, College of Automobile Engineering, Shanghai University of Engineering Science, Shanghai 201620, China
Received: Jul. 10, 2014;       Accepted: Jul. 19, 2014;       Published: Jul. 30, 2014
DOI: 10.11648/j.nano.20140204.12      View  2866      Downloads  281
Abstract
Magnetorheological fluids have received widespread attention as smart materials due to their tunable properties. MRF consists of three key components including, soft magnetic particles, carrier liquids, and additives. This review details the characteristics, composition, and rheological principle of MRF, working principle of MRF devices, and their applications in other engineering arenas. The aim is to provide a basis understanding of magneto-rheological components and technology to the readers.
Keywords
Magnetorheological Fluid, Application, Working Principle, Components
To cite this article
Xu Biao, Luo Yiping, Ren Hongjuan, Review on Magneto-Rheological Fluid and its Application, American Journal of Nano Research and Applications. Vol. 2, No. 4, 2014, pp. 70-74. doi: 10.11648/j.nano.20140204.12
Reference
[1]
Han Yiyan, He Guotian, Lin Yuanchang, etc.. Reviews on the magnetic particles of magnetorheological fluids[J]. Journal of function materials, 2013, 7(24): 3513-3519.
[2]
Yang Jianjian, Yan Hua, Zhang Hui, etc.. Review and prospect of tribology study of magneto-rheological fluid[J]. Chemical industry and engineering progress, 2013, 32(8): 1855-1861.
[3]
Christopher A. Waudby, John Christodoulou. GPU accelerated Monte Carlo simulation of pulsed-field gradient NMR experiments[J]. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 2011, 211(1): 67-73.
[4]
Kang S, Suh Y K. Direct simulation of flows with suspended paramagnetic particles using one-stage smoothed profile method[J]. Journal of Fluids and Structures, 2011, 27(2): 266-282.
[5]
Arash Bahar, Francesc Pozo, Leonardo Acho, etc.. Parameter identification of large-scale magnetorheological dampers in a benchmark building[J]. Computers&Structures, 2010, 88: 198-206.
[6]
Kang Guiwen, Zhang Feihu. Surface shape control in optics manufacturing using magnetorheological finishing[J]. Diamond&Abrasives Enoneefing, 2010, 30(5): 77-79.
[7]
Zhang Jinqiu, Zhang Jian, Kong Yanan, etc.. Summarization of Magnetorheological Fluid and Its Application[J]. Journal of Academy of Armored Force Engineering, 2010, 24(2): 1-6.
[8]
Pu Hongting, Jiang Fengjing. Research Progress and Application of Magnetorheological Fluids[J]. Chemical industry and engineering progress, 2005, 24(2): 132-136.
[9]
Feng Weibang. Review on Magnetorheological Fluid Technology[J]. The ship electrical technology, 2012, 32(6): 15-18.
[10]
Liu Cheng. Analysis and Design of Magnetorheological Fluid Brake[D]. Chongqing: Chongqing University of Science and Technology, 2010.
[11]
Yang Guangqiang, Spencer B F. Large-scale magneto-rheological fluid damper for vibration mitigation: modeling, testing and control[D]. Indiana: Ph. D Dissertation University of Notre Dame, 2001.
[12]
Faramarz Gordaninejad, Darrell G Breese. Magneto-rheological fluid damper[P]. US 2000, US Patent, No. 6019201. 2000.
[13]
Li Zhongxian, Wu Linlin, Xu Longhe, etc.. Structural design of MR damper and experimental study for performance of damping force[J]. Earthquake engineering and engineering vibration, 2003, 23 (1): 128-132.
[14]
Wang Hongtao, Zhang Jinqiu, Bi Zhandong, etc.. Model and Analysis of Damping for Twin-tube Magneto-rheological Fluid Damper Based on Disc Type Orifice[J]. Journal of mechanical engineering, 2010, 46(18): 139-144.
[15]
Wang Xiuyong, Sun Hongxin, Chen Zhengqing. Rotation shear magnetorheological fluid damper design and mechanical model[J]. Journal of vibration and shock, 2010, 29(10): 77-81.
[16]
Lu He, Liu Xinhua. Magneto-rheological fluids and its applications in mechanical engineering[J]. Technology and application of manufacturing, 2013, (1): 66-70.
[17]
Zheng Jun, Zhang Guanghui, Cao Xingjin. Flow analysis of magnetorheological fluid in transmission device in steady state[J]. J. Cent. South Univ. (Science and Technology), 2008, 39(1): 149-154.
[18]
Hou Youfu, Tian Zuzhi, Wang Nannan. Numerical calculation of torque transmission and magnetic circuit finite element analysis of a magneto-rheological clutch[C]. CCIE 2010, 6: 403-407.
[19]
Ding Baiqun, Song Yu. Structure Design and Performance Simulation for a Van Wheel Type Vehicle MRF Brake[J]. Automobile Technology, 2011, (8): 34-38.
[20]
William Kordonsky. Elements and devices on magneto-rheological effect[J]. Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures, 1993, 4(1): 65-69.
[21]
W.M. I Kordonski, Adaptive Structures Base on Magnetorheological Fluids, Proc. 3 Int. Conf. Adaptive Struct., ed. Wada, Natori and Breitbach. P. 13-17, San Diego, CA, 1992.
[22]
S.D. Jacobs, D. Golini, et al., Magnetorheological Finishing: A Deterministic Process for Optics Manufacturing, SPIE Vol. 2576, P. 372-382.
[23]
S.D. Jacobs, et al., Magnetorheological Finishing of IR Materials, SPIE, Vol.3134, P. 258~269.
[24]
Kordonaky W.I., Garodkin S.R., Magnetorheological Fluid Based Seal. In: Bullogh W.A., Proc of the 5th Int. Conf. on ER Fluids, MR Suspensions and Associated Technology, Singapore: World Scientific, 1996, P. 704-709.
[25]
Fujita T, Jeysdevan B, Yoshimura K, et al., Characterization of MR Fluid for Seal. In: Tao T, Proc. of the 7th Int. Conf. on ER Fluids and MR Suspensions. Singapore: World Scientific, 2000, P. 721-727.
[26]
Li Jingsong, Bowen. The magnetic fluid seal ring. Chinese patent: 00262392.7. 2001.
[27]
Weiss K.D.,SuclosT.G., Chizan M.J., et al., Magnetorheological Fluid Composite Structures, U.S. Patent 5547049, 1996.
[28]
Carlson, J.D. (1999). “Low-Cost MR Fluid Sponge Devices”, Proc. 7th Int. Conf. on ERF, MR Suspensions & Their Appli, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 19-23, ed. R. Tao.
[29]
Tang X, Zhang X, Tao T. Flexible Fixture with Magnetorheological Fluids, In: Tao R, Proc. of the 7th Int. Conf. on ER Fluids and MR Suspensions. Singapore: World Scientific, 2000, P. 712-720.
Browse journals by subject