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Chapter 5 Hydraulic Circuit Analysis

Chapter 5 Hydraulic Circuit Analysis

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Hydraulic Circuit Analysis
Problem 5.37M:
For the sistem of figure 5.33, if P1=7 bar, solve for P2. The pipe is 15 m long, has a 38 mm ID
Solution:Rumus:V = Q/A UNITS METRICInput Output
7
1.76
15
670
0.04
0.096
0
19.6
throughout, and lies in a horizontal plane.Q = 0.002 m³/s of oil (sg = 0.9 and
= 0.0001m³/s).
N
R
= VD /
f = 64 / N
R
L
e
= 2 (KD / f)
elbow
+(KD / f)
valve
+L
pipe
HL = f x (Le/D) x (V²/2g)
γ = 1000
x
 
s
g
 
x
gP
(N/m²)
=
γ
x
HL
P
2
(bar) = ΔP - P
1
P
1 (bar)
V
(m/s)
L
pipe (m)
N
R
D
pipe
 
(m)
Q
(m³/s)
L
e
 
0.9
7.80
0
γ
8829
Π
3.14
68841
10
0.69
0.75
6.31
s
g
H
L
v (
c
s)
ΔP
(
N/m²)
K
valve
 ΔP
(bar)
K
elbow
P
2 (bar)
 
Hydraulic Circuit AnalysisProblem 5.38E:
while moving in the extending direction.Take frictional pressure losses into account. The pumpproduces a pressure increase of 1000 psi from the inlet port to the discharge port and a flow rate of 40 gpm.
Pipe No.Length ( ft )Pipe No.Length ( ft )
121.5851.0261.5950.75321.51050.754501.011600.755101.012100.75651.013200.75751.0Fig. 5.34
Solution:Rumus:V =0.408 Q
υγ x h
F = P x AInputOutput
0
7.25906.67
50
16.31360
8
12.241020
4
29.011813
1000
21.81360
40
0.0706
0.75
0.0471
Elbow90º
0.0627
Π
3.14
0.03530.04715.842.0319567.819.266.6983.629.05091774530330691938383
For the fluid power system in Fig. 5.34, determine the external load
that the hydraulic can sustain
Dia (in)
 
Dia (in)
 
H
L =
Σ
(f 
.
L / D
)
v
²/2g
Q
return line(gpm)
=
Q(
piston
- d²
rod
) / d²r 
piston
N
R
=
V x D
= 64 / N
R
 P =
 υ
 
(ft²/s)
 
V
(ft/s)
 
1,2,3
 
N
R
1,2,3
γ
(lb/ft³)
 
V
(ft/s)
 
4,5,6
N
R
1,2,3
d
piston
(
in)
 
V
(ft/s)
 
7,8
N
R
7,8
d
rod
(
in)
 
V
(ft/s)
 
9,10
N
R
9,10
P
(psi)
 
V
(ft/s)
 
11,12,13
N
R
11,12,13
Q
(gpm)
 
1,2,3
K
factor 
 
4,5,6
7,8
9,10
11,12,13
H
L
(ft)
1, 2,3
P
(psi) 1,2,3
 H
L(ft) 4,5,6
P
(psi) 4,5,6
 H
L (ft) 7,8
P
(psi) 7,8
 H
L (ft) 9,10
P
(psi) 9,10
 H
L(ft) 11,12,13
P
(psi) 11,12,13
 F
(lb)ext
. Q
return line(gpm)
F
(lb)retr.
F
(lb)

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