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Manring, Noah

Hydraulic Control Systems

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Hydraulic Control Systems is the only book covering the basics of hydraulic controls systems, and how and why they work.

  • Positioned to be the go to reference for information on systems design, modeling, and control systems.
  • Features real world industrial examples that reinforce the presented concepts.


    Taal / Language : English

    Inhoudsopgave:
    Preface.
    Introduction.
    PART I. FUNDAMENTALS.
    CHAPTER 1. FLUID PROPERTIES.
    1.1 Introduction.
    1.2 Fluid Mass Density.
    1.2.1 Equation of State.
    1.2.2 Density-Volume Relationship.
    1.3 Fluid Bulk Modulus.
    1.3.1 Definitions.
    1.3.2 Effective Bulk Modulus.
    1.3.3 Measuring the Fluid Bulk Modulus.
    1.4 Thermal Fluid Properties.
    1.4.1 Coefficient of Thermal Expansion.
    1.4.2 Thermal Conductivity.
    1.4.3 Specific Heat.
    1.5 Fluid Viscosity.
    1.5.1 Definitions.
    1.5.2 Viscous Drag Coefficient.
    1.5.3 Viscosity Charts and Models.
    1.6 Vapor Pressure.
    1.7 Chemical Properties.
    1.8 Fluid Types and Selection.
    1.8.1 Petroleum Based Fluids.
    1.8.2 Synthetic Fluids.
    1.8.3 Biodegradable Fluids.
    1.8.4 Water.
    1.8.5 Fluid Selection.
    1.9 Conclusion.
    1.10 References.
    1.11 Homework Problems.
    CHAPTER 2. FLUID MECHANICS.
    2.1 Introduction.
    2.2 Governing Equations.
    2.2.1 Navier-Stokes Equations.
    2.2.2 High Reynolds Number Flow.
    2.2.3 Low Reynolds Number Flow.
    2.2.4 Turbulent versus Laminar Flow.
    2.2.5 Control Volume Analysis.
    2.3 Fluid Flow.
    2.3.1 The Reynolds Number.
    2.3.2 Bernoulli Flow and the Orifice Equation.
    2.3.3 Poiseuille Flow and the Annular Leakage Equation.
    2.3.4 Pipe Flow.
    2.4 Pressure Losses.
    2.4.1 Major Losses.
    2.4.2 Minor Losses.
    2.5 Pressure Transients.
    2.5.1 Hydraulic Conduits.
    2.5.2 Water Hammer.
    2.5.3 Pressure Rise Rates Within a Varying Control Volume.
    2.6 Hydraulic Energy and Power.
    2.6.1 Fluid Power.
    2.6.2 Heat Generation in Hydraulic Systems.
    2.7 Lubrication Theory.
    2.8 Conclusion.
    2.9 References.
    2.10 Homework Problems.
    CHAPTER 3. DYNAMIC SYSTEMS AND CONTROLS.
    3.1 Introduction.
    3.2 Modeling.
    3.2.1 General.
    3.2.2 Mechanical Systems.
    3.2.3 Hydro-Mechanical Systems.
    3.2.4 Electro-Mechanical Systems.
    3.2.5 Summary.
    3.3 Linearization.
    3.3.1 General.
    3.3.2 The Taylor Series Expansion.
    3.3.3 Examples of Linearization.
    3.4 Dynamic Behavior.
    3.4.1 First Order Response.
    3.4.2 Second Order Response.
    3.4.3 Higher Order Response.
    3.5 State Space Analysis.
    3.5.1 General.
    3.5.2 State Space Equations.
    3.5.3 Characteristic Equation.
    3.6 Block Diagrams and the Laplace Transform.
    3.6.1 General.
    3.6.2 Laplace Transform.
    3.6.3 Partial Fraction Expansion.
    3.6.4 Block Diagrams.
    3.7 Stability.
    3.7.1 General.
    3.7.2 Stability Criterion.
    3.7.3 Summary.
    3.8 Compensation.
    3.8.1 General.
    3.8.2 Controller Design.
    3.8.3 P Control.
    3.8.4 PI Control.
    3.8.5 PID Control.
    3.8.6 Control Gain Selection.
    3.8.7 Summary.
    3.9 Conclusion.
    3.10 References.
    3.11 Homework Problems.
    PART II. HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS.
    CHAPTER 4. HYDRAULIC CONTROL VALVES.
    4.1 Introduction.
    4.2 Valve Flow Coefficients.
    4.2.1 Overview.
    4.2.2 Linearized Flow Equation.
    4.2.3 Valve Porting Geometry.
    4.2.4 Summary.
    4.3 2-Way Spool Valves.
    4.3.1 Overview.
    4.3.2 Efficiency.
    4.3.3 Flow Forces.
    4.3.4 Pressure Relief Valves.
    4.3.5 Summary.
    4.4 3-Way Spool Valves.
    4.4.1 Overview.
    4.4.2 Efficiency.
    4.4.3 Flow Forces.
    4.4.4 Hydro-Mechanical Valves.
    4.4.5 Summary.
    4.5 4-Way Spool Valves.
    4.5.1 Overview.
    4.5.2 Efficiency.
    4.5.3 Flow Forces.
    4.5.4 2-Stage Electro-Hydraulic Valves.
    4.5.5 Summary.
    4.6 Poppet Valves.
    4.6.1 Overview.
    4.6.2 Efficiency.
    4.6.3 Flow Forces.
    4.6.4 Pressure Relief Valves.
    4.6.5 Summary.
    4.7 Flapper Nozzle Valves.
    4.7.1 Overview.
    4.7.2 Efficiency.
    4.7.3 Flow Forces.
    4.7.4 2-Stage Electro-Hydraulic Valves.
    4.7.5 Summary.
    4.8 Conclusion.
    4.9 References.
    4.10 Homework Problems.
    CHAPTER 5. HYDRAULIC PUMPS.
    5.1 Introduction.
    5.1.1 Overview.
    5.1.2 Hydrostatic Pump Types.
    5.1.3 Summary.
    5.2 Pump Efficiency.
    5.2.1 Overview.
    5.2.2 Efficiency Definitions.
    5.2.3 Modeling Pump Efficiency.
    5.2.4 Measuring Pump Efficiency.
    5.2.5 Summary.
    5.3 Gear Pumps.
    5.3.1 Overview.
    5.3.2 Pump Flow Characteristics.
    5.3.3 Pump Control.
    5.3.4 Summary.
    5.4 Axial Piston Swash Plate Pumps.
    5.4.1 Overview.
    5.4.2 Pump Flow Characteristics.
    5.4.3 Pressure Controlled Pumps.
    5.4.4 Displacement Controlled Pumps.
    5.4.5 Summary.
    5.5 Conclusion.
    5.6 References.
    5.7 Homework Problems.
    CHAPTER 6. HYDRAULIC ACTUATORS.
    6.1 Introduction.
    6.2 Actuator Types.
    6.2.1 Linear Actuators.
    6.2.2 Rotary Actuators.
    6.3 Linear Actuators.
    6.3.1 Overview.
    6.3.2 Efficiency.
    6.3.3 Actuator Function.
    6.3.4 Summary.
    6.4 Rotary Actuators.
    6.4.1 Overview.
    6.4.2 Efficiency.
    6.4.3 Actuator Function.
    6.4.4 Summary.
    6.5 Conclusion.
    6.6 References.
    6.7 Homework Problems.
    PART III. HYDRAULIC CONTROL SYSTEMS.
    CHAPTER 7. VALVE CONTROLLED HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS.
    7.1 Introduction.
    7.2 4-Way Valve Control of a Linear Actuator.
    7.2.1 Description.
    7.2.2 Analysis.
    7.2.3 Design.
    7.2.4 Control.
    7.2.5 Summary.
    7.3 3-Way Valve Control of a Linear Actuator.
    7.3.1 Description.
    7.3.2 Analysis.
    7.3.3 Design.
    7.3.4 Control.
    7.3.5 Summary.
    7.4 4-Way Valve Control of a Rotary Actuator.
    7.4.1 Description.
    7.4.2 Analysis.
    7.4.3 Design.
    7.4.4 Control.
    7.4.5 Summary.
    7.5 Conclusion.
    7.6 References.
    7.7 Homework Problems.
    CHAPTER 8. PUMP CONTROLLED HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS.
    8.1 Introduction.
    8.2 Fixed Displacement Pump Control of a Linear Actuator.
    8.2.1 Description.
    8.2.2 Analysis.
    8.2.3 Design.
    8.2.4 Control.
    8.2.5 Summary.
    8.3 Variable Displacement Pump Control of a Rotary Actuator.
    8.3.1 Description.
    8.3.2 Analysis.
    8.3.3 Design.
    8.3.4 Control.
    8.3.5 Summary.
    8.4 Conclusion.
    8.5 References.
    8.6 Homework Problems.
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    464 pagina's
    Januari 2005
    762 gram
    235 x 159 x 32 mm
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