Magnetorheological Fluids as a Smart Material; A Prospect for Medical and Technological Application

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Year : 2021 | Volume : | Issue : 2 | Page : 17-30
By

    Gizachew Diga Milki

  1. Professor, Department of Physics, College of Natural Science, Jimma University ,Jimma Ethiopia, Ethiopia, East Africa

Abstract

The effect of magnetic field on honey and blood, yolk and lave lake is investigated. The study reveals that the magnetic field guided bee honey and blood exhibits the magnetorheological fluid characteristics. The magneto resistive contribution is treated in terms of drug force in order to determine the coefficient of viscosity. The research presents that the viscosity of studied fluids will increase with the application of magnetic field. The variables accounting for the resulting coefficient of viscosity are shear strain, magnetic field, density of the fluids, frequency of oscillators and displacement. On the other hand, the action of controlled fields on Bee honey, blood, yolk and Lava Lake shows their electrical energy storing capacity (Inductor). From the two competing properties, it is possible to determine the dispersion relation. This relation reveals that the angular frequency is a function of mass, electric charge, magnetic field and position. From the crystal, dynamics the relations MRF/FF is determined and compared with dispersions of solids (phonons), plasma, and spin excitations (Magnons). This paper is aimed to investigate some of new features and applications of these fluids in medicine, electronics, surface engineering, automotive, energy, and electroplating.

Keywords: Magnetic field, Magnetorheological fluid, Nanofluids, Nanoparticle, Biocompatible and Biomarkers

[This article belongs to International Journal of Composite and Constituent Materials(ijccm)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 7
Issue 2
Received December 1, 2021
Accepted December 13, 2021
Published December 27, 2021