Oil Hydraulic Systems: Principles and Maintenance

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McGraw-Hill Education, Nov 11, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 548 pages
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INSTALL, OPERATE, AND MAINTAIN HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT AS EFFICIENTLY AND COST-EFFECTIVLY AS POSSIBLE

Here in a single definitive volume is everything you need to understand the fundamental operating principles of as well as the latest maintenance, repair, and reconditioning techniques for industrial oil hydraulic systems.

Written by an expert with more than twenty-five years’ teaching experience, this comprehensive resource provides clearly written, authoritative coverage of:
* System design principles
* The basic components of hydraulic systems, including pipes, pumps, strainers, oil reservoir filters, pressure gauges, relief valves, and gear boxes
* Compatibility issues
* Methods to reduce heat generation and dissipation to optimize thermal stability
* Operational and constructional features of fluid power components, illustrated via sketches and circuit diagrams
* Maintenance and troubleshooting techniques
* Seals and packing

Invaluable to design engineers, maintenance personnel, and aeronautical engineers, Oil Hydraulic Systems sets a standing of excellence unmatched by any other book on the topic.

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About the author (2002)

S. R. Majumdar is the former Director of the Central Staff Training and Research Institute, a facility charged with the responsibility of curriculum research, feasibility study, and vocational research for the government of India. Mr. Majumdar also has more than twenty-five years' experience teaching fluid power.

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