Hydraulic-Electric Analogies: Hydraulic Power Conversion, Part 3 (.PDF Download)

This month advances the discussion of a pump into the realm of other commercially viable configurations used in both mobile and industrial applications. In addition, it presents a pump that will also work as a motor. Figures 6 and 7 show the essential internal parts that perform the actual pumping function in the pump. Figure 7 is merely a view of the internal parts as viewed from the shaft end of the pump...

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