STUDY OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF FLUIDICS USING A MAGNETIC WORKING FLUID.

N. Kabei, Y. Sakurai, K. Tsuchiya

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Abstract

If we employ a magnetic fluid as a working fluid, several advantages are expected in electrical control of a hydraulic system. Magnetic fluid is a homogeneous magnetic material just like a solid metal, but it retains its fluid characteristics even under a strong meagnetic field or gravity. Therefore, a flow direction, a velocity and an apparent viscosity of this fluid can easily be controlled by a magnetic force. Our final aim was to establish a new hydraulic control system using a magnetic fluid as a working fluid. First, we examined the relationship between a magnetic force and a deflection angle of a free jet of a magnetic fluid to know the fundamental characteristics of a magnetic fluid in fluidics. The theoretical equation developed, was confirmed by the experimental results. Using Ferricolloid DEA-40, magnitude of the body force increased in proportion to the 1. 726 power of a magnetic field intensity. Furthermore, a deflection angle of a jet was inversely proportional to the square of the velocity of a jet.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal of Fluid Control
Pages65-83
Number of pages19
Volume16
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - 1985
Externally publishedYes

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Magnetic fluids
Fluidics
Fluids
Hydraulics
Magnetic materials
Gravitation
Viscosity
Magnetic fields
Control systems
Metals

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Kabei, N., Sakurai, Y., & Tsuchiya, K. (1985). STUDY OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF FLUIDICS USING A MAGNETIC WORKING FLUID. In Journal of Fluid Control (1 ed., Vol. 16, pp. 65-83)

STUDY OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF FLUIDICS USING A MAGNETIC WORKING FLUID. / Kabei, N.; Sakurai, Y.; Tsuchiya, K.

Journal of Fluid Control. Vol. 16 1. ed. 1985. p. 65-83.

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Kabei, N, Sakurai, Y & Tsuchiya, K 1985, STUDY OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF FLUIDICS USING A MAGNETIC WORKING FLUID. in Journal of Fluid Control. 1 edn, vol. 16, pp. 65-83.
Kabei N, Sakurai Y, Tsuchiya K. STUDY OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF FLUIDICS USING A MAGNETIC WORKING FLUID. In Journal of Fluid Control. 1 ed. Vol. 16. 1985. p. 65-83
Kabei, N. ; Sakurai, Y. ; Tsuchiya, K. / STUDY OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF FLUIDICS USING A MAGNETIC WORKING FLUID. Journal of Fluid Control. Vol. 16 1. ed. 1985. pp. 65-83
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