haydraulic

1. Task of hydraulic installation
1.1. Stationary hydraulics
1.2. Mobile hydraulics
1.3. Comparison of hydraulics with other control media
2. Fundamental physical principles of hydraulics
2.1. Pressure
2.1. Pressure transmission
2.3. Power transmission
2.4. Displacement transmission
2.5. Pressure transfer
2.6. Flow rate
2.7. Continuity equation
3. Components of a hydraulic system
3.1. Power supply section
3.2. Hydraulic fluid
3.3. Valves
3.4. Cylinders (Linear actuators)
3.5. Motors (rotary actuators)
4. Graphic and circuit symbols
4.1. Pump and motors
4.2. Directional control valves
4.3. Methods of actuation
4.4. Pressure valves
4.5. Flow control valves
4.6. Non-return valves
4.7. Cylinders
4.8. Transfer of energy and conditioning ofthe pressure medium
4.9. Measuring devices
4.10. Combination of devices

5. Design and representation of hydraulic system
5.1. Signal control section
5.2. Hydraulic power section
5.3. Positional Sketch
5.4. Components plus technical data
5.6. Function diagram
6. Components of the power supply section
6.1. Drive
6.2. Pump
6.3. Coupling
6.4. Reservoir
6.5. Filters
6.6. Coolers
6.7. Heaters
7. Pressure valves
7.1. Pressure relief valves
7.2. Pressure regulators
8. Directional control valves
8.1. 2/2-way valve
8.2. 3/2-way valve
8.3. 4/2-way valve
8.4. 4/3-way valve
9. Non-return valves
9.1. Non-return valve
9.2. Piloted non-return valve
9.3. Piloted double non-return valve
10. Flow control valves
10.1. Throttle valves
10.2. One-way flow control valve
10.3. Two-way flow control valve
11. Hydraulic cylinders
11.1. Single-acting Cylinder
11.2. Double-acting Cylinder
11.3. End position cushioning
12. Hydraulic motors
13. Accessories
13.1. Flexible hoses
13.2. Pipelines
13.3. Pressure gauges
13.4. Pressure sensors
13.5. Flow measuring instruments
14. Accumulators

15. Uses of valve and other components
16. Comparison of uses and functions of different
17. Valves and other components
18. Measurement of variables such as pressure, flow rate and time
19. Control of pressure and speed
18. Calculations of area ratios,forces, speed, travel time, flow rate and energy consumption
19. Basic physical principles of hydraulics


 
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