Fluid Power: A Basic Introduction to Hydraulics and Its Uses

June 16th, 2015

Any tool or component that relies on hydraulic engineering is gifted with a talent for magnifying input energy, a fact that’s been established by several basic laws of physics. The underlying principles that define fluid dynamics agrees with this summation and Pascal’s Law positively defines the law in motion, showing that an increase in pressure […]

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Pneumatic Systems and How Do They Work?

June 2nd, 2015

Pneumatic systems are designed to emulate their more powerful hydraulic cousins, although there’s several differences to consider. The largest difference, one that should be apparent to anyone with a modicum of engineering know-how, is the substitution of a gas in place of a fluid. Fortunately, the world is already enshrouded in gas, though we’re likely […]

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