The Effect of Artificially Reducing the Size of Inductors in Piezoelectric Shunt Damping Circuits

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Connecting a passive electrical network to a structurally attached piezoelectric transducer is referred to as passive shunt damping. Current shunt circuit designs, e.g. a single mode L¡R network, typically require large inductance values of up to thousands of Henries. In practice, discrete inductors are limited in size to around 1 H: By placing an… (More)

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