Hydraulic Pumps


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Hydraulic Pumps
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<emphasis role="bold">Introduction</emphasis> Hydraulic pumps are machines that act to increase the energy of the liquid flowing through them. The three main classes of pumps are displacement, rotodynamic, and special effect pumps. The displacement pumps act to displace the liquid by contracting their oil-filled chambers. In this way, the fluid pressure increases and the fluid is displaced out of the pumping chamber. The rotodynamic pumps increase mainly the kinetic ener…
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Mahmoud Galal El-Din Mohamed Rabi: Fluid Power Engineering. Hydraulic Pumps, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009), AccessEngineering Export