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Vibration Analysis of the Tuned Liquid Column Damper with a Magnetic Fluid
Journal of the Japan Society of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics
A tuned liquid column damper (TLCD)�devised for vibration mitigation of high structures�is a passive damper categorized as a dynamic absorber. A magnetic fluid is a smart, colloidal, and strongly magnetizable fluid, and is composed of a base liquid, ferromagnetic particles, and a chemically adsorbed surfactant. Using a magnetic fluid as the working fluid of a TLCD can improve and change the TLCD into a novel semiactive damper called a tuned liquid column damper with a magnetic fluid (MF-TLCD).doi:10.14243/jsaem.21.228 fatcat:pwhfiv32gbhqpg2tb7wxbme3a4