Let’s examine what happens in an accumulator as the pressure changes, which is almost always the case in hydraulic circuits. The accumulator handles molecules of fluid much like the way a capacitor handles positive electrical charges. Since the hydraulic pressure in this assessment always exceeds the gas pre-charge pressure, the accumulator operates in its active region. As the pressure increases—say just as it reaches and starts to exceed...
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