damping energy

damping energy
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  • damping — damp·ing (dămʹpĭng) n. The capacity built into a mechanical or electrical device to prevent excessive correction and the resulting instability or oscillatory conditions. * * * In physics, the restraint of vibratory motion, such as mechanical… …   Universalium

  • Damping — Classical mechanics Newton s Second Law History of classical mechanics  …   Wikipedia

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  • damping — 1) (energy absorption) a shock absorber characteristic which is determined by the orifice pattern of the shock absorber. Dashpot (spike force), conventional (constant force), progressive (increasing force) and self compensating (various force)… …   Mechanics glossary

  • Energy drift — In molecular dynamics, orbit, and particle simulations, energy drift is the gradual change in the total energy of a closed system. According to the laws of mechanics, the energy should be a constant of motion and should not change. However, the… …   Wikipedia

  • damping — noun a) The reduction in the magnitude of oscillations by the dissipation of energy b) The stabilization of a physical system by reducing oscillation …   Wiktionary

  • damping — Bringing a mechanism to rest with minimal oscillation; e.g., in echocardiography, electrical or mechanical loading to reduce duration of echo, transmitter pulse, and transmitter complex. [M.E. damp, poi …   Medical dictionary

  • Coulomb damping — is a type of constant mechanical damping in which energy is absorbed via sliding friction. The friction generated by the relative motion of the two surfaces that press against each other is a source of energy dissipation. In general, damping is… …   Wikipedia

  • Landau damping — In physics, Landau damping, named after its discoverer, the eminent Soviet physicist Lev Davidovich Landau, is the effect of damping (exponential decrease as a function of time) of longitudinal space charge waves in plasma or a similar… …   Wikipedia

  • Magnetic damping — is a form of damping that occurs when a magnetic field moves through a conductor (or vice versa). Contents 1 Definition 2 Equation 3 Uses 4 Simple Experiment …   Wikipedia

  • Thermoelastic damping — is a source of intrinsic material damping due to thermoelasticity present in almost all materials. As the name thermoelastic suggests, it describes the coupling between the elastic field in the structure caused by deformation and the temperature… …   Wikipedia


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