Design points of the hydraulic system
Hydraulic system design refers to the formation of a new energy transfer system to accomplish a specific task. The hydraulic system has the division of the transmission system and the control system. There is no essential difference between the structural composition and the working principle of the two. The main difference in the design content is that the former focuses on the static performance design, while the latter includes the dynamic performance design in addition to the static performance. Generally, the design content and method of the hydraulic transmission system can be directly used for the design of the hydraulic control system with a slight adjustment.
The design of the hydraulic drive system is closely related to the design of the mainframe, and the two are often carried out simultaneously. The designed hydraulic system should first meet the drag and circulation requirements of the main machine, and secondly it should conform to the recognized design principles such as simple structure, small size, light weight, safe and reliable work, convenient use and maintenance, and good economy. In actual design work, the pursuit of efficiency and the pursuit of security are often combined. Due to the different system requirements of various host devices and the experience of designers, some of the content and steps can be omitted and simplified, or some of them. Consolidate with the steps.
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