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  • Commercial Appliance Damping
    Front load washing machines can add useful feedback for load measurement and active damper control, such as with magneto-rheological dampers. By measuring damper compression, loading can be determined and, during operation, drum concentricity or off center behavior can be calculated by measuring
  • Pressure Balancing Shock Absorbers for Better Performance
    . A damper cavitates when the rebound pressure of the damper, while in compression, drops below the vapor pressure of the damper fluid or creates a vacuum. When this happens, dissolved bubbles in the fluid expand and cause voids in the damper fluid. These voids prevent the damper from functioning
  • Going into Shocks
    compression damping on the right rear and add rebound damping to the left rear. In contrast, a car suffereing from understeer (tight) lacks front grip and tends to go straight when the front wheels are turned. For this problem, race engineers typically add bleed to both front shocks. A car that drives
  • Gas Spring Technical Info: Damping
    Damping is achieved regulating the flow of gas and/or fluid through the valved orificing of the gas damper piston. Commonly used compression gas springs when mounted in a rod down orientation achieve maximum damping when the piston reaches the oil near the point of full extension. This is shown
  • Improved Damage Tolerance in Titanium Alloy Fan Blades with Low Plasticity Burnishing (.pdf)
    surface was performed on a conventional four-axis. CNC mill. The LPB control system, tooling, and process. are described. A zone of through-thickness compression on. the order of -690 MPa (-100 ksi) was achieved extending. 2.5 mm (0.10 in.) cord-wise from the leading edge and along. the lower half
  • Application Of Low Plasticity Burnishing To Improve Damage Tolerance Of A Ti-6al-4v First Stage Fan Blade (.pdf)
    distributions of service generated FOD. were documented; no FOD exceeded a depth of 0.5mm. (0.020 in.). LPB processing of the fan blade leading edge. was therefore designed to provide tolerance of 0.5 mm. deep FOD. A zone of -100 ksi through-thickness. compression was achieved extending back 6.3 mm