Hydraulic-Electric Analogies: Part 2—Adding a Variable to Positive Displacement (.PDF Download)

The vane pump is a positive-displacement pumping mechanism with an assembly that starts with a body containing the plumbing ports for connecting the inlet and outlet to the hydraulic system. A simplified cutaway diagram is shown in Figure 2. Four internal kidney-shaped ports are arranged in inner and outer configurations...

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