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Refworks Account Login. Open Collections. UBC Theses and Dissertations. Featured Collection. Three different types of electromagnetic system are investigated through mathematical and numerical models.
CBEDs can operate as passive, semi-active and active systems. They can also be considered as energy harvesting systems. However, results show that CBEDs cannot simultaneously perform as an energy harvesting and vibration control system. In order to assess the maximum capacity of CBEDs, an optimization is conducted.
Results show that CBEDs can produce high damping density only when they are considered as a passive vibration control system. The eddy current damper uses permanent magnets arranged in a circular manner to create a strong magnetic field, where specially shaped conductive plates are placed between the permanent magnets to cut through the magnetic fields.
Detailed analytical equations are derived and verified using the finite element analysis program Flux. The verified analytical models are used to optimize the damper design to reach the maximum damping capacity. The simulation results show that it is feasible to manufacture hybrid electromagnetic dampers for industrial applications. Review of electromagnetic theory Coil-based electromagnetic damper Development of eddy current damper Electromagnetic dampers with applications in structural engineering Summary and conclusion Material properties.
Damper parameters for the finite element analysis model. Optimum parameters for the CBED. Device parameters. Optimal design values. Flow and thermal conditions. Optimum design parameters for the CBED.
Comparison between bench mark damper and CBED. Optimum parameters for ECD. HEMD parameters. Comparison between developed dampers. A summary of the developed electromagnetic dampers. Conductive wire and magnetic field: a. Section view. Electrical field induced in a conductive wire. The relationship between magnetic field and magnetic flux inside a permanent magnet. Simplified electromagnetic damper.
Coil-based electromagnetic damper: a Entire damper, b Stationary part, c Mover. The two pole CBED: a. Two pole machine, b. Magnetic flux. Cross section of a coil. CBED: a. Passive mode, b. Semi-active mode, c. Active mode. Force-displacement relationship for a typical passive CBED. Mathematical and FEM results for the magnetic flux density inside a magnet Mathematical and FEM results for the magnetic flux density inside a coil.
The two pole system: a. Two pole system with three coils, b. Equivalent one coil system, c. Active coil wire. Optimization procedure Penalty value for genetic algorithm.
Additional resistance effects on CBED. A four phase CBED. ECD configurations: a. Conventional ECD Ebrahimi et al. Proposed ECD. An arc segment of the permanent magnet. Conductive plate subjected to one row of permanent magnets on both sides. Y- Component of magnetic flux at the mid-plane of a sample conductive plate. Illustration of the pole projection area when a conductive plate is subjected to a uniform magnetic flux. Eddy current density over the conductive plate with finite length.
A conductive plate subjected to two magnetic fields: a. Mathematical model. Eddy currents in a conductive plate. Sample comparison of the magnetic flux in the azimuthal and radial directions calculated using analytical and FEM simulations. Plots of velocity versus time and power loss versus time for the ECD under the dynamic load. Convergence of genetic algorithm. Forced convection internal Flow, a. Cross section.
Equivalent hydraulic circular section for infinite channel. Hybrid electromagnetic damper. Four phase CBED. Their understanding and willingness to dedicate their time so generously has been a constant motivation for me to tackle all obstacles and achieve the standards of the academic research. It is my pleasure to thank the members of the Smart Structure Research Group at UBC and my friends and colleagues, who helped me with their comments and resources.
Last but not least, I would like to thank my parents who gave me their true love and support in every step of my way. Introduction 1. This result a significant damage to the structure which leads to hefty financial losses and prolong repair time. In recent years, considerable attentions have been paid to research and development of structural control systems that can improve the performance of structure under extreme earthquake loads. Vibration control systems can be divided into four groups: 1.
Passive 2. Active 3. Semi-active 4. Passive systems do not require an external power source. Such systems are widely used because of their simplicity and reliability. However, they are effective only over a limited operating range dictated by the tuning condition of their parameters. An active control system is defined as a system which typically requires a large power source for operation. By using the active vibration control, the dynamic characteristic of a system can be altered, hence a greater reduction in vibration levels can be achieved.
However, an incorrectly designed active control system can lead to an increased level of vibration in the controlled system. This system utilizes the motion of the structure to develop the control forces. The magnitude of forces can be adjusted by the external power source. Similar to active control systems, their mechanical properties are typically adjusted based on measured feedback from the structural.
The three major classes of control systems described above can be combined to form hybrid control systems. Hybrid control systems consist of combined passive and active devices or combined passive and semi-active, and have been designed to take advantages of passive, active and semi-active control systems. Electromagnetic damper is known as one of the most recent developed vibration control system.
Electromagnetic dampers can operate as passive, semi-active and active systems, or can function in combination with other devices as hybrid systems. In both systems, electrical current and the damping force are generated when relative motion happens between the permanent magnets and the conductive material.
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Subject Electromagnetic. Description Published in by Prentice-Hall, this book is a useful resource for educators and self-learners alike. The text is aimed at those who have seen Maxwell's equations in integral and differential form and who have been exposed to some integral theorems and differential operators. A hypertext version of this textbook can be found here.
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The electromagnetic force usually exhibits electromagnetic fields such as electric fields, magnetic fields, and light and is one of the four fundamental interactions commonly called forces in nature. The other three fundamental interactions are the strong interaction, the weak interaction and gravitation. Lightning is an electrostatic discharge that travels between two charged regions. Electromagnetic phenomena are defined in terms of the electromagnetic force, sometimes called the Lorentz force, which includes both electricity and magnetism as different manifestations of the same phenomenon. The electromagnetic force plays a major role in determining the internal properties of most objects encountered in daily life. Ordinary matter takes its form as a result of intermolecular forces between individual atoms and molecules in matter, and is a manifestation of the electromagnetic force.
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