AUTOMATIC-OPERATING CONTROL VALVES


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AUTOMATIC-OPERATING CONTROL VALVES
AUTOMATIC-OPERATING CONTROL VALVESAn automatic-operating control valve is one that is designed to operate without being positioned or activated by any force outside of the hydraulic fluid pressure or flow. These valves are located in line with the system flow and function to perform operations such as prevent or restrict flow in a line, allow flow at the proper time, and change control of components between independent pressure systems.
Orifice or Restrictor Valves An orifice is merely an opening, passage, or hole. A restrictor can be described as an orifice or similar to an …
Citation
Michael J. Kroes; Ronald Sterkenburg: Aircraft Maintenance & Repair, Seventh Edition. AUTOMATIC-OPERATING CONTROL VALVES, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export