Evolution, in this context, does not mean changes in a hydrostatic transmission over time. Rather, it is the evolution from a primitive and simplistic ideal depiction to a more detailed and practical Type 2 model. The Type 2 model more closely represents a real-world hydrostatic transmission. This evolution is depicted in Fig. 1. Each stage of evolution has its place in hydraulic design and analysis...
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