Category: Hydraulic Motor

Hydraulic Motors

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Hydraulic motors can be used to convert the controlled fluid power from a valve or pump into rota.ting mechanical power for driving a load. The Buid Bow is changed to rotational velocity or speed, and the pressure is converted into torque to move the load. Physically, hydraulic motors are similar in construction to hydraulic pumps. […]

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Torque Motor

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Torque Motor

As shown in Fig. 11.8, a torque motor consists of an armature, two coils, and two pole pieces. The coils are wrapped on the armature, and the armature is mounted such that the ends are positioned in the center of the air gap between the upper and lower pole pieces. Permanent magnets are incorporated in […]

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Design Considerations for Bent Axis Motors

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Design Considerations for Bent Axis Motors

The piston shaft (tapered section shown in Fig. 5.15) does not provide the linkage that ensures that the cylinder block rotates with the output shaft. This linkage is provided with another mechanism. Different manufacturers use various mechanisms to develop this synchronizing torque, and this detail is beyond the scope of this text. The key point […]

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