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3: Advanced Text on Hydraulics, Air & Vacuum for Industrial and Mobile Applications [Charles S. Covering Rotary Output of Fluid Power Systems. In this book. It holds a lot of information about hydraulic and pneumatic systems in only six chapters, and if used with lab time in a class is a great book. If you are simply. Industrial Power Engineering and Applications Handbook. Pages·· Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineers - Department of Civil Engineering.

Learn useful information about hydraulics and pneumatics technologies for industrial applications. Complete the form below to access your copy. This is an essential guide for engineers and technician who work with fluid power. Topics include: Fluid power in industrial applications Hydraulic fluids System and machine plumbing ISO symbols Consider this collection as a short course in fluid power technology. Hopefully it will fill in the gaps of your own knowledge and foster further interest in hydraulics and pneumatics. Chapter 1: Fluid Power in Industrial Applications.

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Seller Inventory DS Used products do not contain supplements and some products may include highlighting and writing. Ships same day or next business day! Used books may not include working access code or dust jacket. Chapter Hydraulic System Troubleshooting Topics: Diagnosis and symptoms; Evaluating machine history; Determining the cause; Providing the solution; Tools and gauges; Troubleshooting charts Learning Objectives: Explain how to evaluate recent maintenance history.

List typical symptoms of common hydraulic system problems.

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Explain how to determine the cause of and provide a solution to a problem. Explain how a portable tester works.

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Describe how to keep and use troubleshooting charts. Chapter Principles of Pneumatics Topics: Fluid power systems; Force, weight, and mass; Pressure; Work and energy; Diffusion and dispersion; Compressibility; Laws of pneumatics; Leverage; Air properties and flow; Bernoulli's Law; Components Learning Objectives: Explain how force is transmitted in a pneumatic system. Calculate force and work. List two factors that affect the results of pressure calculations.

Explain pneumatic leverage. Briefly explain the physical laws affecting the behavior of a confined gas. Chapter Pneumatic Diagrams Topics: Schematic symbol construction; Diagramming an air supply; Simple pneumatic systems; Timing and safety circuits; System schematics Learning Objectives: Explain the different types of symbols used in pneumatic schematic diagrams-how they are constructed and what they show.

Describe the operation of timing and safety circuits.

Analyze the schematic diagram of a fluid-power system. Chapter Reciprocating Compressors Topics: Compressor construction, classification, and operation; Single-, double-acting compressors; Cooling requirements; Lubrication; Controls Learning Objectives: Differentiate between a positive-displacement compressor and a dynamic compressor. Describe the operation of a reciprocating compressor. List one advantage of using a multistage compressor. Identify the cooling arrangements for reciprocating compressors.

Compare the operation of compressor controls in large and small units. Chapter Rotary Compressors Topics: Vane, rotary-screw, low-pressure, high-volume, diaphragm, centrifugal, and axial-flow compressors; Compressor capacity; Accessories Learning Objectives: Compare the power output of a single-stage vs a two-stage vane compressor. Describe the main types of positive-displacement rotary air compressors.

Explain the advantages and disadvantages of both types of dynamic compressors. Describe four methods of controlling centrifugal compressor output. Tell how to compensate for a low-speed drive in rotary screw compressors. Chapter Pneumatic Directional-Control Valves Topics: Manually and automatically operated valves; Control valve elements: spools, poppets, disks, and plates; Two-, three-, four-, and five-way valves; Accessories Learning Objectives: Describe the four methods of identifying control valves.

List four basic types of manually operated, two-way valves. Describe the operation of a two-position, direct acting, normally closed solenoid valve. Explain one major advantage of using a four-way valve.

Describe the construction of a three-way valve. Chapter Pneumatic Pressure-Control Valves Topics: Safety vs relief valves; Relief valve construction; Pressure regulators; Pilot-operated, remote-controlled regulators; Logic functions Learning Objectives: List two ways a valve can control compressor pressure output. Oil Hydraulic Circuits 1.

Hydraulic Circuit 3. Basic Components of a Hydraulic System 4. Types of Oil Hydraulic Circuits 4. Hydraulic Machine Circuit 5. Introduction to and Components of Pneumatic Systems 1. Pneumatic System 3. Compressed Air 4. Basic Components of Pneumatic Systems 4. Positive Displacement 5. Selection Criterion for Compressors 7. Control Valves 7. Methods of Actuation 8.

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Accessories 9. Pneumatic Circuits 1. Pneumatic Circuit Diagram 3. Speed Control Circuit 3. Sequencing Circuit 4. No customer comments for the moment.