Monthly Archives for April 2018

Displacement transmission

If a load F2 is to be lifted a distance S2 in line with the principle described above, the piston P1 must displace a specific quantity of liquid which lifts the piston P2 by a distance S2 The necessary displacement … Continue reading

30. April 2018 by Dan
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Power transmission example

A vehicle is to be lifted by a hydraulic jack. The mass m amounts to 1500 kg. What force FT1T is required at the piston?

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Power transmission

The same pressure applies at every point in a closed system. For this reason, the shape of the container has no significance. Where a container is formed as shown in the diagram, it is possible to transmit forces. The fluid … Continue reading

30. April 2018 by Dan
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Pressure transmission

If a force FT1T acts via an area AT1T on an enclosed liquid, a pressure p is produced which extends throughout the whole of the liquid (Pascal’s Law). The same pressure applies at every point of the closed system (see … Continue reading

30. April 2018 by Dan
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Piston diameter, force and pressure

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Hydraulic Force, Area

Every body exerts a specific pressure p on its base. The value of this pressure is dependent on the force due to weight F of the body and on the size of the area A on which the force due … Continue reading

30. April 2018 by Dan
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Hydraulic pressure

Hydraulics is the science of forces and movements transmitted by means of liquids. It belongs alongside hydro-mechanics. A distinction is made between hydrostatics – dynamic effect through pressure times area – and hydrodynamics – dynamic effect through mass times acceleration. … Continue reading

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Comparison of hydraulics with other control media

There are other technologies besides hydraulics which can be used in the context of control technology for generating forces, movements and signals: • Mechanics • Electricity • Pneumatics It is important to remember here that each technology has its own … Continue reading

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Mobile hydraulics

Typical application fields for mobile hydraulics include: • Construction machinery • Tippers, excavators, elevating platforms • Lifting and conveying devices • Agricultural machinery There is a wide variety of applications for hydraulics in the construction machinery industry. On an excavator, … Continue reading

30. April 2018 by Dan
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Stationary Hydraulics

The following application areas are important for stationary hydraulics: • Production and assembly machines of all types • Transfer lines • Lifting and conveying devices • Presses • Injection moulding machines • Rolling lines • Lifts Machine tool construction is … Continue reading

30. April 2018 by Dan
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