Mathematical models used to describe the propertiesof magneto-rheological elastomers

Modele matematyczne stosowane do opisu właściwości elastomerów magneto-reologicznych

  • Mateusz Kukla Poznan University of Technology
  • Krzysztof Talaśka Poznan University of Technology
  • Ireneusz Malujda Poznan University of Technology
Keywords: magnetorheological elastomers, mathematical model, intelligent materials


The paper presents and discusses mathematical models that are most widely used to describe the properties of magnetorheological elastomers (MREs). Magnetic elastomers are non-traditional engineering materials with an ever increasing number of practical applications in various areas of industry including transport.


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