Draws the Link Between Service Knowledge and the Advanced Theory of Fluid Power Providing the fundamental knowledge on how a typical hydraulic system generates, delivers, and deploys fluid power, Basics of Hydraulic Systems highlights the key configuration features of the components that are needed to support their functionality in a system, such as operating principles, structural features, functionalities, and applications of core composing elements. It also shows how those components work together to perform the designated power transmission task. Moves from a System to Instructional ComponentsApproach By presenting the ins and outs of hydraulic systems in an easy-to-follow way, this example-filled textbook provides students, engineers, and technical managers an effective nuts-and-bolts reference for studying the fundamentals of fluid power transmission technology. Rather than bogging readers down with extensive mathematical equations, this resource uses a visual, expressive approach with many graphic illustrations. It also includes examples and problems within each chapter and a solutions manual for qualifying course adoptions. The text includes a section devoted to hydraulic energy storage and regeneration elements, since both play an important role in many hybrid power transmission systems, such as diesel-hydraulic hybrid vehicles. As a hydraulics expert and holder of seven US patents, the authoras experience gives readers a practical view of the field that they can then immediately apply.Schematics of hydraulic system, 5a7 graphical symbols, 18a22 Screw pump, 37 Seal compatibility, 239 Seals, 136, ... 282 hydraulic braking, 283a285 hydraulic- filtering, 286a287 hydraulic motors series-parallel, 282a283 pump-unloading, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Basics of Hydraulic Systems|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2008-09-22|