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The present work reports an integrated (experimental and numerical) methodology that combines the development of a finite element multiphysics model with an experimental strategy to optimally design an eddy current damper for automotive suspensions. The multiphysics model couples the whole set of time-dependent electromagnetic, thermal, mechanical, and fluid–wall interaction (CFD) partial differential equations. The developed FE model was validated against both literature model predictions anddoi:10.3390/en15031147 fatcat:serijbqwyjao5irifsa7ar3hsi