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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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Once the hydraulic pressure is released, the seats are pushed back in contact with the ball with the help of the spring load, and positive sealing is achieved (Figure 3).
To determine the hydraulic cylinder bore size required you need the surface area of the cylinder bore size and the hydraulic pressure being used on the machine or hydraulic pump cart.
This hydraulic pressure system, retrofitable in nearly any system with up to 6 corrosion-resistant cylinders in individual bases hosed to control center, comes in 4 cylinder models providing 1,780-125,440 N contact forces and 13-225 mm stroke lengths.
The Series 2000 and Series 3000 have pneumatic actuation pressures from 40 to 110 psi and hydraulic pressures from 470 to 1000 psi.
If [sigma] stands for stress, [delta] for radius of curvature, p for the hydraulic pressure, g for the local thickness and subscripts [theta] and m for the circumferential respectively the tangential direction, then the equation for the sheet stress is (Hsu&Shang,1977) :
skipped hydraulic pressure tests required by the Japanese Industrial Standards and forged data for some 125,000 stainless steel pipes in the five years to this March, the subsidiary said Thursday.
First, the threshold value of hydraulic pressure for determining the switchover point was adaptively adjusted from cycle to cycle based upon the MS in the previous shots.
When the operator activates the "W" key and the load is picked up, the hydraulic pressure on the lift truck is automatically activated and converted to a weight measurement and presented to the operator visually via an LCD display of 2 lines by 16 characters.
In the first response stage, the brake pads are placed on the brake disc and the hydraulic pressure increased without initiating braking.
They are normally in the closed position and are opened via air or hydraulic pressure.
With lack of maintenance, back-fill settling and excessive water transportation to the foundation can occur, causing the block wall to fail from hydraulic pressure (Figure 2).
Instead of trying to guess the rules by working backward from the global behavior of the leaf, Peak and Mott are trying to create a computer model whose rules take into account the ways that leaf pores might influence their neighbors through hydraulic pressure and other mechanisms.