Category Archives for Hydraulic Physical Principles

Hydraulics Pump, Power Equation

The motor power required to drive a pump is determined by the pump capacity and working pressure. From expression 1.6: In Figure 2.3, a pump forces fluid along a pipe of area A against a pressure P, moving fluid a … Continue reading

13. December 2009 by JackSparow
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Definition of terms, Pressure

Pressure occurs in a fluid when it is subjected to a force. In Figure 1.4 a force F is applied to an enclosed fluid via a piston of area A. This results in a pressure P in the fluid. Obviously … Continue reading

13. December 2009 by JackSparow
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Definition of terms, Mass and force

Pneumatic and hydraulic systems generally rely on pressure in a fluid. Before we can discuss definitions of pressure, though, we must first be clear what is meant by everyday terms such as weight, mass and force. We all are used … Continue reading

13. December 2009 by JackSparow
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Hydraulics Pneumatics Principles, Industrial prime movers

Most industrial processes require objects or substances to be moved from one location to another, or a force to be applied to hold, shape or compress a product. Such activities are performed by Prime Movers; the workhorses of manufacturing industries. … Continue reading

13. December 2009 by JackSparow
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