9780963416254

Mobile Hydraulics Manual

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  • ISBN13:

    9780963416254

  • ISBN10:

    0963416251

  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 5/1/2006
  • Publisher: Eaton Hydraulics Training

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Table of Contents

Introduction to Mobile Fluid Power
Pascal's Law
1(4)
Fluid Power Advantages
5(1)
Pump Inlet Conditions
6(6)
Fluid Pumps
12(3)
Pump Inlet Characteristics
15(2)
Force, Work, Energy And Power
17(10)
Basic Hydraulic Principles
Hydraulic Fluids
27(2)
Hydraulic Terminology
29(9)
Series And Parallel Circuitry
38(5)
Open Circuit/Closed Circuit Systems
43(2)
Basic Electrical Principles
Electrohydraulics
45(1)
Hydraulic/Electric Analogies
46(8)
Electromagnetics
54(13)
Rectifiers
67(7)
Pulse Width Modulation
74(1)
Conductors
75(4)
Closed Loop Vs. Open Loop Circuitry
79(4)
Linear Actuators
Construction
83(6)
Types Of Cylinders
89(5)
Cylinder Ratings
94(4)
Metering Cylinder Flow
98(2)
Regeneration
100(8)
Rotary Actuators
Hydraulic Motor Characteristics
108(2)
High Speed Hydraulic Motors
110(6)
High Torque, Low Speed Motors
116(5)
Variable Displacement Motors
121(3)
Operating Parameters
124(8)
Directional Control Valves
Check Valves
132(6)
Mobile Spool Type Directional Control Valves
138(5)
Valve Spools
143(5)
Basic Features
148(6)
Specialty Features
154(3)
Remote Control Of Hydraulic Valve Functions
157(3)
Non-spool Directional Control Valves
160(4)
Electrohydraulic Directional Control Valves
164(3)
Electronic Controls
Basic Control Concepts
167(5)
Electronic Control Variations
172(4)
Control Concepts
176(5)
Cartridge Valves
Cartridge Valve Concept
181(4)
Screw-in Cartridge Valves
185(4)
Functional Characteristics
189(14)
Slip-in Cartridge Valves
203(2)
Valve Configurations Available
205(3)
Slip-in Cartridge Valve Application Configurations
208(7)
Auxiliary Valves
Pressure Controls
215(15)
Load Control Valves
230(4)
Flow Control
234(8)
Accumulators
Accumulator Types
242(4)
Accumulator Applications
246(5)
Fixed Displacement Pumps
Types Of Pumps
251(4)
Vane Pump Design
255(5)
Gear Pumps
260(2)
Piston Pumps
262(3)
Operation Of Fixed Displacement Pumps
265(11)
Variable Displacement Pumps
Variable Displacement Pumps
276(5)
Inline Piston Pump Controls
281(15)
Hydrostatic Transmissions
Advantages Of Hydrostatic Transmissions
296(11)
Classification Of Hydrostatic Transmissions
307(2)
Closed Circuit Hydrostatic Transmissions
309(5)
Review Of Pump And Motor Operating Characteristics
314(9)
Operation Of Closed Circuit, Closed Loop Hydrostatic Transmissions
323(2)
Basic Concepts In Traction
325(5)
Fluid Conductors and Connectors
Selection Criteria
330(3)
Hose
333(1)
Steel Tubing
334(2)
Mating Connectors
336(1)
Quick-disconnect Couplings
337(2)
Reservoirs
Basic Functions Of A Reservoir
339(2)
Reservoir Location
341(5)
Reservoir Components
346(3)
Pressurized Reservoirs
349(3)
Hydraulic Fluids
Purposes Of Hydraulic Fluids
352(4)
Fluid Properties
356(5)
Additives
361(3)
Fluid Types
364(5)
Fluid Conditioning
Defining Contamination
369(6)
Sources Of Contamination
375(7)
Results Of Contamination
382(4)
Principles Of Systemic Contamination Control
386(15)
Circuits
System Flow Control
401(2)
Alternate Pilot Pressure Source
403(1)
Prime Mover Protection
404(2)
Proportional Cooling Fan Drive
406(2)
Float Position Using CMX Valve
408(2)
Two Pump Coordination System
410(2)
Fixed Pump Load Sensing System
412(2)
Meter-out Using Counterbalance Valves
414(2)
Hydrostatic Propel Traction Control
416(2)
Steering Mode Selection
418(2)
Water Pump Flow Control
420(2)
Intermittent High Pressure Operation
422(2)
Closed Loop Velocity Control
424(2)
Regeneration Selector Circuit
426(2)
Propel Creep Control
428(3)
Appendix
Definition of Technical Terms
431(12)
Abbreviations
443(2)
Metric Conversion Factors
445(8)
Pressure Conversion Factors
453(1)
Volume Conversion Factors
453(1)
Atmospheric Properties
453(1)
Oil Viscosity Recommendations
454(1)
Oil Flow Capacity of Tubing
454(2)
ISO/ANSI Basic Symbols for Fluid Power Equipment and Systems
456(2)
Comparative Viscosity Classification
458(1)
Flow Capacity of Piping
459(2)
Index 461

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