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hydraulics uses the principle of hydrostatic pressure to work

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Hydraulic pump is a power absorbing device. It converts electric energy to mechanical energy. The main function of the pump is to produce Dischearge of flow and not develop pressure. Pressure is developed by restriction to flow. Hydraulic motor works exactly opposite to hydraulic pump. It is an power producing device. It uses the flow generated by hydraulic pump to produce rotational movement.


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What is the difference between permeability and hydraulic conductivity?

Permeability is a measure of how well a porous media transmits a fluid. It has nothing to do with the fluid itself. It is measure in (length)2. The Hydraulic Conductivity is a measure of how easily water moves through the porous media. It depends on the permeability of the matrix, but also is a function of the fluid. It is a measure of (length)/(time)


Comparison between pneumatic and hydraulic system?

pressures: pneumatic, typically 80 psi hydraulic, typically 2000 psi size for size, hydraulics are much more powerful. also hydraulic oil is incompressable, important in control situations.

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