Tuned Liquid Dampers (TLDs) are dissipative devices whose distinguished features like low cost in installation and maintenance or their multidirectional and multifrequency application to new and already existing structures make them an attractive damping option. Their working principle is similar to that of a Tuned Mass Damper but in this case the relative movement comes from a fluid that provides with mass, damping and stiffness. Moreover, TLDs can mitigate both horizontal and vertical vibrations. All these make TLDs worth deeply studying. TLD utilization in civil vibration control arose in the 1980s. From early years, different improvements have been implemented to achieve a better performance. Some of these modifications include passive variations in the geometry or the fluid. The use of smart materials applied on TLDs has also been of great interest since the 1990s and comprehends different configurations in which magnetic fields are used to passively or semi-actively improve the TLD performance. A lack of review is detected in this field. For this reason, a state-of-the-art review is presented in this paper. Its aim is to help researchers find a thorough, up-to-date classification of the different possibilities, configurations, numerical evaluation, materials used and also found limitations and future development in the application of magnetic fields on TLDs.

Vazquez-Greciano A., Aznar Lopez A., Buratti N., Ortiz Herrera J.M. (2023). Magnetic Fields to Enhance Tuned Liquid Damper Performance for Vibration Control: A Review. ARCHIVES OF COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING, N/A, 1-21 [10.1007/s11831-023-09971-4].

Magnetic Fields to Enhance Tuned Liquid Damper Performance for Vibration Control: A Review

Vazquez-Greciano A.
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Buratti N.;
2023

Abstract

Tuned Liquid Dampers (TLDs) are dissipative devices whose distinguished features like low cost in installation and maintenance or their multidirectional and multifrequency application to new and already existing structures make them an attractive damping option. Their working principle is similar to that of a Tuned Mass Damper but in this case the relative movement comes from a fluid that provides with mass, damping and stiffness. Moreover, TLDs can mitigate both horizontal and vertical vibrations. All these make TLDs worth deeply studying. TLD utilization in civil vibration control arose in the 1980s. From early years, different improvements have been implemented to achieve a better performance. Some of these modifications include passive variations in the geometry or the fluid. The use of smart materials applied on TLDs has also been of great interest since the 1990s and comprehends different configurations in which magnetic fields are used to passively or semi-actively improve the TLD performance. A lack of review is detected in this field. For this reason, a state-of-the-art review is presented in this paper. Its aim is to help researchers find a thorough, up-to-date classification of the different possibilities, configurations, numerical evaluation, materials used and also found limitations and future development in the application of magnetic fields on TLDs.
2023
Vazquez-Greciano A., Aznar Lopez A., Buratti N., Ortiz Herrera J.M. (2023). Magnetic Fields to Enhance Tuned Liquid Damper Performance for Vibration Control: A Review. ARCHIVES OF COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING, N/A, 1-21 [10.1007/s11831-023-09971-4].
Vazquez-Greciano A.; Aznar Lopez A.; Buratti N.; Ortiz Herrera J.M.
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