Third Edition. — Prentice Hall, 1989. — 532 p. — ISBN 0-13-323080-5.The present text makes an attempt to relate theory to approved practice. When theory is explained a concerted attempt is made to identify and solve related problems and then to identify appropriate laboratory work, suggest how it is performed and cite sources of related information from which other learning activities can be generated and organized. Fluid power is concerned with the use of pressurized fluids in a confined system to accomplish work. Hydraulic systems circulate liquids, usually petroleum oils but often synthetic oils and water base fluids are used for safety reasons. Pneumatic systems use air which is exhausted to the atmosphere after it has accomplished the assigned task
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