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Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2013. Softcover. New. Fluid Power - Generation, Transmission and Control provides an integrated treatment of hydraulic systems for courses in undergraduate and postgraduate level. The stress is on interdisciplinary nature of subject, and examples have been drawn from various engineering disciplines to illustrate the basic concepts. A strong emphasis has been laid on theory and mathematical treatment of practical systems. Accompanied by more than 500 drawings, the book offers fundamental dynamics and control studies under various conditions.reface Acknowledgements About the Authors Nomenclature 1 Introduction to Fluid Power Learning Objectives 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Fluid Power and Its Scope 1.3 Classification of Fluid Power Systems 1.4 Hydrostatic and Hydrodynamic Systems 1.5 History of Fluid Power 1.6 Advantages of a Fluid Power System 1.7 Disadvantages of a Fluid Power System 1.8 Basic Components of a Hydraulic System 1.8.1 Advantages of the Hydraulic System 1.8.2 Disadvantages of the Hydraulic System 1.9 Basic Components of a Pneumatic System 1.9.1 Advantages of a Pneumatic System 1.9.2 Disadvantages of a Pneumatic System 1.10 Comparison between Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems 1.11 Comparison of Different Power Systems 1.12 Future of Fluid Power Industry in India 2 Properties of Fluid Learning Objectives 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Solids and Fluids 2.2.1 Distinction between a Solid and a Fluid 2.2.2 Distinction between a Gas and a Liquid 2.3 Density, Specific Weight, Specific Volume and Specific Gravity 2.3.1 Density 2.3.2 Specific Weight 2.3.3 Specific Volume 2.3.4 Specific Gravity 2.4 Pressure 2.4.1 Pressure at the Bottom of a Column of Liquid 2.4.2 Atmospheric Pressure and Absolute Pressure 2.4.3 Gauge Pressure and Absolute Pressure 2.5 Compressible and Incompressible Fluids 2.6 Bulk Modulus (Volume Modulus of Elasticity) 2.7 Reynolds Number 2.8 Types of Fluid Flow 2.9 Ideal Fluid 2.10 Viscosity 2.11 Viscosity Index 3 Fluids for Hydraulic Systems Learning Objectives 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Functions of Hydraulic Fluids 3.2.1 Ideal Viscosity 3.2.2 Lubrication Capability 3.2.3 Demulsibility 3.2.4 Good Chemical and Environmental Stability (Oxidation and Corrosion Resistance) 3.2.5 Neutralization Numbers 3.2.6 Incompressibility 3.2.7 Fire Resistance 3.2.8 Low Flammability 3.2.9 Foam Resistance 3.2.10 Low Volatility 3.2.11 Good Heat Dissipation 3.2.12 Low Density 3.2.13 System Compatibility 3.3 Additives in Hydraulic Fluids 3.4 Types of Hydraulic Fluids 3.5 Factors Influencing the Selection of a Fluid 4 Governing Principles and Laws Learning Objectives 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Brief Review of Mechanics 4.2.1 Energy 4.2.2 Power 4.3 Pascal_\™s Law 4.3.1 Multiplication of Force 4.3.2 Practical Applications of Pascal_\™s Law 4.4 Conservation of Energy 4.5 The Continuity Equation 4.6 Bernoulli_\™s Equation from Newton_\™s Law 4.7 Bernoulli_\™s Equation from Energy Consideration 4.8 The Energy Equation 4.9 Elements of Hydraulic Systems and the Corresponding Bernoulli_\™s Equation 4.10 Torricelli_\™s Theorem 4.11 Siphon 5 Distribution of Fluid Power Learning Objectives 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Choice of Distribution 5.3 Conductor Sizing 5.4 Burst Pressure and Working Pressure 5.5 Steel Pipes 5.6 Screwed Connections 5.7 Steel Tubing 5.8 Compression Joints 5.9 Plastic Conductors 5.10 Flexible Hoses 5.10.1 Designation of Hoses 5.11 Rotary Couplings 5.12 Quick Disconnect Couplings 6 Energy Losses in Hydraulic Systems Learning Objectives 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Laminar and Turbulent Flows 6.3 Reynolds Number 6.4 Darcy_\“Weisbach Equation 6.5 Frictional Losses in Laminar Flow 6.6 Frictional Losses in Turbulent Flow 6.6.1 Effect of Pipe Roughness 6.7 Frictional Losses in Valves and Fittings 6.8 Equivalent Length Technique 7 Hydraulic Pumps Learning Objectives 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Classification of Pumps 7.2.1 Classification Based on Displacement 7.2.2 Classification Based on Printed Pages: 616., Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2013, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2013. Softcover. New. Fluid Power - Generation, Transmission and Control provides an integrated treatment of hydraulic systems for courses in undergraduate and postgraduate level. The stress is on interdisciplinary nature of subject, and examples have been drawn from various engineering disciplines to illustrate the basic concepts. A strong emphasis has been laid on theory and mathematical treatment of practical systems. Accompanied by more than 500 drawings, the book offers fundamental dynamics and control studies under various conditions.reface Acknowledgements About the Authors Nomenclature 1 Introduction to Fluid Power Learning Objectives 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Fluid Power and Its Scope 1.3 Classification of Fluid Power Systems 1.4 Hydrostatic and Hydrodynamic Systems 1.5 History of Fluid Power 1.6 Advantages of a Fluid Power System 1.7 Disadvantages of a Fluid Power System 1.8 Basic Components of a Hydraulic System 1.8.1 Advantages of the Hydraulic System 1.8.2 Disadvantages of the Hydraulic System 1.9 Basic Components of a Pneumatic System 1.9.1 Advantages of a Pneumatic System 1.9.2 Disadvantages of a Pneumatic System 1.10 Comparison between Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems 1.11 Comparison of Different Power Systems 1.12 Future of Fluid Power Industry in India 2 Properties of Fluid Learning Objectives 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Solids and Fluids 2.2.1 Distinction between a Solid and a Fluid 2.2.2 Distinction between a Gas and a Liquid 2.3 Density, Specific Weight, Specific Volume and Specific Gravity 2.3.1 Density 2.3.2 Specific Weight 2.3.3 Specific Volume 2.3.4 Specific Gravity 2.4 Pressure 2.4.1 Pressure at the Bottom of a Column of Liquid 2.4.2 Atmospheric Pressure and Absolute Pressure 2.4.3 Gauge Pressure and Absolute Pressure 2.5 Compressible and Incompressible Fluids 2.6 Bulk Modulus (Volume Modulus of Elasticity) 2.7 Reynolds Number 2.8 Types of Fluid Flow 2.9 Ideal Fluid 2.10 Viscosity 2.11 Viscosity Index 3 Fluids for Hydraulic Systems Learning Objectives 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Functions of Hydraulic Fluids 3.2.1 Ideal Viscosity 3.2.2 Lubrication Capability 3.2.3 Demulsibility 3.2.4 Good Chemical and Environmental Stability (Oxidation and Corrosion Resistance) 3.2.5 Neutralization Numbers 3.2.6 Incompressibility 3.2.7 Fire Resistance 3.2.8 Low Flammability 3.2.9 Foam Resistance 3.2.10 Low Volatility 3.2.11 Good Heat Dissipation 3.2.12 Low Density 3.2.13 System Compatibility 3.3 Additives in Hydraulic Fluids 3.4 Types of Hydraulic Fluids 3.5 Factors Influencing the Selection of a Fluid 4 Governing Principles and Laws Learning Objectives 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Brief Review of Mechanics 4.2.1 Energy 4.2.2 Power 4.3 Pascal_\™s Law 4.3.1 Multiplication of Force 4.3.2 Practical Applications of Pascal_\™s Law 4.4 Conservation of Energy 4.5 The Continuity Equation 4.6 Bernoulli_\™s Equation from Newton_\™s Law 4.7 Bernoulli_\™s Equation from Energy Consideration 4.8 The Energy Equation 4.9 Elements of Hydraulic Systems and the Corresponding Bernoulli_\™s Equation 4.10 Torricelli_\™s Theorem 4.11 Siphon 5 Distribution of Fluid Power Learning Objectives 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Choice of Distribution 5.3 Conductor Sizing 5.4 Burst Pressure and Working Pressure 5.5 Steel Pipes 5.6 Screwed Connections 5.7 Steel Tubing 5.8 Compression Joints 5.9 Plastic Conductors 5.10 Flexible Hoses 5.10.1 Designation of Hoses 5.11 Rotary Couplings 5.12 Quick Disconnect Couplings 6 Energy Losses in Hydraulic Systems Learning Objectives 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Laminar and Turbulent Flows 6.3 Reynolds Number 6.4 Darcy_\“Weisbach Equation 6.5 Frictional Losses in Laminar Flow 6.6 Frictional Losses in Turbulent Flow 6.6.1 Effect of Pipe Roughness 6.7 Frictional Losses in Valves and Fittings 6.8 Equivalent Length Technique 7 Hydraulic Pumps Learning Objectives 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Classification of Pumps 7.2.1 Classification Based on Displacement 7.2.2 Classification Based on Printed Pages: 616., Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2013, New York: Springer, 1998. As new hardcover.. 1st Edition. xviii, 466 pages. Index. Bibliographical references. Illustrations. Papers based on presentations made at The Brookhaven Workshop, sponsored by the National Science Foundation under grants DMR 9614058 and DMR 9529609. - p. vii. 'Liquid helium has been studied by low temperature physicists throughout most of this century. The subject offers one of the finest examples of basic research and requires for its mastery a unique combination of skills in hydrodynamics, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics and experimental physics.' - ISBN 0387985441. Catalog: Science & Technology - Physics., Springer, 1998

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