Water Hydraulics Control Technology

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CRC Press, Oct 18, 1995 - Science - 192 pages
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This work introduces the principles of water hydraulics technology and its benefits and limitations, and clarifies the essential differences between water and oil hydraulics. It discusses basic components and systems, including hydraulic power generators (pumps), hydraulic control components or modulators (valves), hydraulic transmission lines (tubes, hoses and fittings) and hydraulic actuators (single- or double-acting cylinders and rotary motors). A listing of water hydraulics components/systems manufacturers is provided.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
STANDARD SYMBOLS FOR FLUID POWER SYSTEMS
19
SIMPLE HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS DESCRIBED BY STANDARD SYMBOLS
27
WATER AS THE HYDRAULIC MEDIUM
37
HYDRAULIC PUMPS
59
HYDRAULIC MOTORS
81
HYDRAULIC VALVES
97
POWER SUPPLIES
113
DESIGN OF WATER HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
133
OUTLOOK FOR WATER HYDRAULIC TECHNOLOGY
159
Conversion of units
165
Manufacturers of componentssystems for water hydraulics
174
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Erik Trostmann is the Founder and former Chairman of the Danish Control Engineering Institute and a former member of the Mechanical Engineering Faculty at the Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby.