Vibration control of a current-carrying wire in a magnetic field
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AbstractThe control of the motion of a current-carrying wire in a constant magnetic field is studied when the control is the tension in the wire and the wire is initially set in motion. A linear model for the motion is considered which consists of two coupled hyperbolic equations. By increasing the tension in the wire, stability can be maintained for larger magnetic fields and currents. Numerical results illustrating the effects of tension on the vibration amplitude are given.

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