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Physical Properties of Hydraulic and Pneumatic Fluids. Mohammad I. Kilani Mechatronics Engineering Department University of Jordan. Midterm Exam Thursday, 22-11-2012 12:00 – 12:50. Introduction.

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physical properties of hydraulic and pneumatic fluids

Physical Properties of Hydraulic and Pneumatic Fluids

Mohammad I. Kilani

Mechatronics Engineering Department

University of Jordan

introduction
Introduction
  • The transfer of power and energy is a key consideration in hydraulic systems. As seen in Chapter 1, a hydraulic power transmission system may be considered as a back-to-back converter.
  • A pump converts mechanical energy from a prime mover such as an electric motor or internal combustion engine into hydraulic energy by increasing the pressure of the fluid. The fluid flows to an actuator via a hydraulic circuit that consists of pipeline containing valves other control components. The actuator converts hydraulic energy back to mechanical energy to drive an external load.

Hydraulic Cylinder

F x v

Electric Motor

Hydraulic Pump

P x Q

V x I

T x ω

Hydraulic Motor

T x ω