Hydraulic-Electric Analogies: Fluid and Electronic Filters (.PDF Download)

Undesirable elements found in hydraulic and electronic circuits differ in physics as well as philosophy. In principle, hydraulic filters consist of porous media that trap particles greater than a specified size to remove contaminants from the fluid, all of which are undesirable. Traditional electronic filters consist of a combination of resistors, capacitors, and inductors to take advantage of circuit resonance to perform band-blocking or bandpassing filter functions to eliminate or reduce

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