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HYDRAULICS TRAINING MODULE 1. Hydraulic Systems Transmit power from one point to another. Pascal’s Law Pressure applied on a confined fluid is transmitted undiminished in all directions, and acts with equal force on equal areas, and at right angles to them . Pascal’s Law.

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Hydraulic Systems

        • Transmit power from one point to another
  • Pascal’s Law
        • Pressure applied on a confined fluid is transmitted undiminished in all directions, and acts with equal force on equal areas, and at right angles to them
pascal s law
Pascal’s Law

A 10 lb force is applied to a stopper with an area of one square inch

Results in 10 lb force on every square inch of the container wall

This bottle is filled with liquid that is non-compressible

If the bottom has an area of 20 sq. in. and each square inch is pushed by a 10 lb of force, the entire bottom receives a 200 lb push

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PASCAL’S LAW
  • Pressure = Force / Area

Pressure = lb/in2 (psi)

Area = in2

Force = pounds (lb)

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100 lb

10 lb

INPUT

OUTPUT

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Purpose of Pumps – To create flow and not pressure.

Pressure is created when the flow is restricted

O Psi

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0 Psi

100 Psi

300 Psi

600 Psi