Electrical motors, generators, and alternators make use of Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction and its speed requirement. Hydraulic power converters, on the other hand, exploit Pascal’s law and the mechanical advantage that comes from the use of differential areas to either multiply force or multiply speeds...
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