Load Sensing Hydraulic Systems

Textbook on ‘Load Sensing Hydraulic Systems in the SI Units’ By Joji Parambath The textbook presents information on the classification, constructional features, working, and essential terms and definitions, sizing, and safety and maintenance aspects of hydraulic accumulators. The book uses the SI system of units. Textbook on ‘Concepts of Load Sensing Hydraulic Systems in the... Continue Reading →

Electro-hydraulic Servo Valve Systems

Hydraulic systems driven by servo valves provide highly accurate control over enormous forces. A servo valve system consists of a transducer, a servo amplifier, a servo valve, and an actuator with a connected load. It is a closed-loop system used for the precise control of the output (load) parameter, such as position, velocity, or force,... Continue Reading →

What is Cavitation?

Cavitation is a harmful condition that occurs in the component like a pump or a valve of a hydraulic system when the existing space in the working component is not filled with the system fluid. It is the process of formation and collapse of vapor or air bubbles in the pumped fluid as it passes... Continue Reading →

Hydraulic Accumulators

A hydraulic accumulator mainly consists of a chamber in which a fluid is held under pressure by a spring or a raised weight or a volume of compressed gas (nitrogen). It is, thus, possible to store potential energy in the accumulator, when the associated system pressure is greater than that of the accumulator. A hydro-pneumatic... Continue Reading →

Five Typical Applications of Hydraulics

The use of fluid power is widespread in many stationary and mobile applications. Many of the operators, technicians, and engineers are not well-versed of the operational, maintenance, and safety aspects of fluid power. Therefore, a systematic training is essential for them to handle fluid power systems.  The modern hydraulic technology can be used to make... Continue Reading →

Fluid Power – Fascinating Points (#1)

Fluid power provides the muscle for various work operations involved in stationary as well as mobile applications. As we can see, the use of fluid power is widespread in many applications. Many of the operators, technicians, and engineers are ignorant of the operational, maintenance, and safety aspects of fluid power. Therefore, proper training is essential... Continue Reading →

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