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van den Toorn, Stefan (author)
Stick-slip friction is the resulting effect of the transition between the dynamic and static friction coefficient. This effect determines the minimal sustained speed and minimal incremental motion of a movement system, limiting the performance in precise positioning systems. Available bearing types without stick-slip suffer from complexity, high...
master thesis 2020
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de Graaf, Marc (author)
master thesis 2019
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Boots, Jelle (author)
Ferrofluid bearings provide a cheap and passive alternative to contactless bearings such as magnetic bearings and fluid bearings. The absence of stick-slip and the low viscous friction make them interesting for high precision applications. Despite the theoretical models available in literature, the number of design rules for ferrofluid bearings...
master thesis 2018
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Allebrandi, Sander (author)
Magnetorheological fluids, (MR fluids) have been around since the 1940's. After their discovery many applications followed, such as the MR clutch and MR damper. In these applications the fluids are subjected to ultra high shear rates although no knowledge is available on what happens to the rheological properties under these conditions. In...
master thesis 2018
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Potma, Olivier (author)
Seals are used throughout the technology spectrum to prevent products form leaving their container or preventing foreign products to enter. With the sealing of rotary parts like shafts the seal needs to not only provide sealing capabilities, but also simultaneously allow for the desired movement without too much friction or wear. This is often...
master thesis 2017
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