By Faramarz Gordaninejad, Olivia Graeve, Alan Fuchs
ERMR 2006 incorporated invited audio system, technical displays, poster shows, and a scholar paper pageant. on the convention ceremonial dinner, Dr. David Carlson of Lord company addressed the convention attendees and gave a stirring speech at the historical past of ER and MR fluids, in addition to present and destiny functions. a distinct function of the ERMR meetings is they comprehensively disguise matters starting from physics to chemistry to engineering purposes of ER and MR fabrics held in a common consultation to reinforce the interplay among the scientists and engineers. The periods in ERMR 2006 have been equipped established into Symposia: a) fabrics and b) functions. subject matters coated within the fabrics Symposium incorporated: mechanisms, coaching, and characterization of ER and MR fabrics. issues lined within the purposes Symposium integrated: ER and MR units, regulate platforms, approach integration, and functions. This constitution used to be carried out with a view to let interplay among attending scientists and engineers in either the fabrics Symposium and the functions Symposium, and to reinforce the unfastened stream of principles, and the aptitude collaborative study possibilities.
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This model neglects the properties of the electrified solid under stresses below the yield point assuming that the material does not deform. This assumption leads to overlooking the interesting area of properties of ER systems in the pre-yield state which remain almost completely uninvestigated in contrast to the ample literature presenting flow curves of ER fluids in electric field. In fact we do not know whether an ER fluid under electric field really resembles an elastic solid (at least within the human scale of time).
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