The function of a variable-displacement pump is to supply fluid flow to a hydraulic system at the rate required by the system. The control of fluid flow is achieved by moving the pump’s swashplate, which, in turn, increases or decreases the pump’s displacement. Ultimately, this increases or decreases flow from the pump to the hydraulic system...
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