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Conveying of gases, liquids and solids by means of steam, air, or water (1)
Fluidic devices (1)
Hydraulic fluids (3)
Hydraulic motors (1)
Oil hydraulics and oil hydraulic machinery (2)
Periodicals. Societies. Serials (1)
Pumps and pumping engines (6)
Water wheels (2)

 

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A more detailed discussion of fluid power principles and how hydraulic and pneumatic devices operate, Integrated Publishing offers twelve chapters of material, complete with diagrams. The text was "intended as a basic...
Students at Purdue University have built "what is thought to be the first vehicle that uses water in all of its hydraulic systems." This article highlights the students' achievement, considers the rationale behind this...
The Division of Fluid Power Technology at Linköping University in Sweden has developed a digital simulation tool for fluid power system design. Called HOPSAN, the software can be freely downloaded from the Web site to...
These interactive learning objects focus on concepts that cover a broad-based electromechanical program. The majority of these objects have been created for electronics, but during the next three years (until 2008), at...
Hydraulics and pneumatics are both forms of fluid power, a common means of driving and controlling mechanical motions. It is one of the three kinds of power, with mechanical and electrical. Fluid power systems are widely...

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