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SRMUNIVERSITY

SCHOOL
O F M E C H A N I C AELN G I N E E R I N G
LESSON PLAN
COURSECODE& TITLE: MEO562DESIGNOF HYDRAULIC
AND PNEUMATIC
SYSTEMS
DEGREE/ BRANCH:M.Tech./ CAD
YEAR/ SEMESTER:I l/ lll
st. Hr.
REF.
TITLE
Nn
BOOK

CHAPTER
NO

HYDRAULIC
SYSTEMS
Introductionto fluid powersystem,Hydraulicfluids- functions,types,
properties,
selectionandapplication.
Components
of Hydrauliccomponents,Pneumatic
System-comparison
1
betweenHydraulic,Pneumatic
andElectricdrive system
Construction,operation,characteristics
andgraphicalsymbols 1
pumps(Gearpump-Lobe, Gerotorand Screw)
Construction,operation,characteristics
andgraphicalsymbols1 pumps(Vanepump principle,Variable-displacement,
pressurecompe4sated
andbalanced)
Construction,operation,characteristics
andgraphicalsymbolspumps(piston
pump- Bent-AxisPistonPump,Swashtypepiston
pump andRadialPistonPump)

Linear actuators(Cylinder-single and double acting) -Cushioning of


cylinder and Telescoping arrangementof cylinder

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Rotaryactuator(Gear,vaneandpistonmotors)-Motorrating
Typesof hydraulictransmission-pump
motorcombination-open
loop,closed
loop system-application
Pressure
controlvalve- Pressure
reliefvalve,Compoundpressure
relief valve,PressureReducingvalve-Application circuits
Pressurecontrol valve - Sequencevalves, Unloading valve and
Counter balance Valve - Application circuits

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DESIGNOF HYDRAULIC
CIRCUIT

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Manual or Automatic Hydraulic systems-srindins machineRegenerativecircuit-concept-simpleproblems

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Cycletest I
useof checkvalve- Meter-in.Meter-outandbleedoff

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selection of pump-hi lo system- flow isolation system

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Basiccircuits: TandemCentreValve,Sequential
operation,Indirect
control,Clampingforce

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Servo control for Extrusion process


Microprocessor control in a hydraulic system
Accumulator-types-Application circuits

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PNEUMATIC
SYSTEMS

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Construction, operation, characteristicssymbols of pneumatic


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components - compressor and its types
1 Air treatment- principles and components-FRl
1 Sensors- types, characteristics and applications.

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Introductionto fluidics- Flip flop, preferenceflip flop, Gates- OR,


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HYDRAULIC / PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS


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1 Cascadingcircuits - Two cylinders

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1 Cascadingcircuits - Three cylinders

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Circuitsusingelectricalswitches,timers

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Logiccircuits-usingPLC

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Feedbackcontrol circuits

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DESIGN OF FLUID POWER SYSTEMS


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Speed,force and time calculations


alculation ofpressure and pressuredrop acrosscomponents,
1 Sizingof actuators.pumps- problems
1 Sizing of reservoirsand accumulators- problems
Calculationson Heat generationin fluid

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Hydraulic/ pneumaticcircuits- materialhandlingsystems

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Hydraulic/ pneumaticcircuits- automotivesystems

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1 Hydraulic/ pneumaticcircuits- packaging


industries

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1 Maintenanceof fluid power systems- preventiveand breakdown.

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APPLICATION,MAINTENANCE
AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Hydraulic / pneumatic circuits applied to machine tools
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Hydraulic / pneumatic circuits - manufacturingautomation


Maintenanceprocedures.Trouble shooting of fluid power systems
fault finding process,equipments/toolsused,causesand remedies.

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TEXT BOOKS
1 Anthony Esposito,Fluid Power with applications,PrenticeHall International, 1997
2 Majumdar S.R., Oil Hydraulics, Tata McGRaw Hill,2002
3 Majumdar S.R., Pneumaticsystems- principles and maintenance,Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi,
REFERENCE BOOKS
'1
Werner Deppert / Kurt Stoll, PneumaticApplication, Vogel verlag, 1986
2 John Pippenger,Tyler Hicks, Industrial Hydraulics, McGraw Hill InternationalEdition, 1980
3 Andrew Parr, Hydraulics and pneumatics,Jaico Publishing House,2003
4 FESTO, Fundamentalsof Pneumatics,Vol I, II and III
5 Hehn Anton, H., Fluid Power Trouble Shooting,Marcel Dekker lnc., Newyork, l9g4
6 Thomson, lntroduction to Fluid power. PrentcieHall-2004

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