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hydraulics

 [hi-draw´liks]
the science dealing with the mechanics of liquids.

hydraulics

/hy·drau·lics/ (hi-draw´liks) the science dealing with the mechanics of liquids.

hydraulics

(hī-draw′lĭks) [Gr. hydor, water, + aulos, pipe]
The science of fluids.

hydraulics

the science dealing with the mechanics of liquids.
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max ref], and the hydraulic pressure reference for switchover, P[h.
The clamping mechanism is purely hydraulic, without the assistance of any extra devices, so that considerably higher hydraulic pressures are necessary.
On the set position, if your component is relying on hydraulic pressure to overcome plastic/ cavity pressure, you'll typically need to set your pressures high.
The PNP90 gun's riveting power comes from a pneumatically driven hydraulic pressure intensifier.
Also, a patented main valve design reduces hydraulic pressure peaks that can reduce pump life, crack excavator workgroup welds and cause system overheating.
Lower hydraulic pressure (3,000 psi max) adds safety and allows a skid steer or mini-excavator power supply.
As he diagnosed the malfunction, the hydraulic pressure quickly dropped to zero.
A suspension control valve controls the hydraulic pressure and flow to both sides of the cylinders.
The horizontal stabilizer still had hydraulic pressure in the system.
In this closed loop process, the "draw" solution is held under high hydraulic pressure.
skipped hydraulic pressure tests required by the American Petroleum Institute and forged test data for some of the steel pipes used for oil and other pipelines, company officials said Thursday.
And a loose connection increases the chance of an engine fire and increases hydraulic pressure and temperature that could ruin the hydraulic pump.