Download PDF by R. Keith Mobley: Fluid Power Dynamics

By R. Keith Mobley

ISBN-10: 0080506623

ISBN-13: 9780080506623

ISBN-10: 0750671742

ISBN-13: 9780750671743

This booklet covers the fundamentals of fluid strength in addition to troubleshooting suggestions. presents must-have details to plant and upkeep engineers and operators, and contains a monstrous part on pneumatics. comprises helpful info for upkeep and plant managers desirous to raise their very own wisdom, plan or supply education, and to operators desiring to enhance their talents.

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36 Fluid Power Dynamics Hand Pumps There are two types of manually operated reciprocating pumps-the single-action and the double-action. The single-action pump provides flow during every other stroke, while the double-action provides flow during each stroke. Single-action pumps are frequently used in hydraulic jacks. A double-action hand pump is illustrated in Figure 3-10. This type of pump is used in some applications as a source of emergency hydraulic power or for testing hydraulic systems. This type of pump consists of a cylinder, a piston containing a built-in check valve (A), a piston rod, an operating handle, and a check valve (B) at the inlet port.

External gear pumps may use spur, herringbone, or helical gear sets to move the fluid. Figure 3-2 External gear rotary pump. 30 Fluid Power Dynamics External Gear Pumps In this design, the pumping chambers also are formed between the gear teeth. A crescent seal is machined into the pump body between the inlet and outlet where clearance between the teeth is at its greatest. Also in this general family of gear pumps is the lobe or rotor pump. This pump operates on the same principle as the external gear, but has a higher displacement.

As the rotor turns, centrifugal force causes the outer edge of each vane to slide along the surface of the Figure 3-8 Lobe pump. Hydraulic Pumps 35 Figure 3-9 Vane pump. housing cavity. The cavities formed by the vanes, the end plates, the housing, and the rotor enlarge and shrink as the rotor and vane assembly rotates. An inlet port is installed in the housing so fluid may flow into the cavities as they enlarge. An outlet port is provided to allow the fluid to flow out of the cavities, as they become small.

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