A brief summary of the basic theory and simple components
Learn where and why fluid power is used and how hydraulic equipment makes things move.
Hydraulic engineering is a broad term commonly used in several industries including river flows, fluid process distribution and motion and control.
Fluid power is the term used to describe the use of different fluids to transmit power and drive, move or control equipment.
No previous knowledge required.
To understand the types of equipment driven by hydraulic fluid power.
To understand how hydraulic fluid power works.
To identify typical components used inside a hydraulic system.
Fluid power hydraulics is used to drive the biggest, most powerful machines in the world. It is used when pneumatic or electrical systems cannot meet the small size, high power, flexibility, control or safety requirements as effectively as a hydraulic system.
Excavators, cranes, tractors, wind-wave-tidal energy recovery, ship steering and drives, lifting bridges, steel mills, presses, car manufacturing plants, etc.
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Hydraulic fluid power drives the biggest and the best solutions for motion control.
If you want to work with the most powerful robots, machines or energy recovery then consider a job in hydraulics.
For a further understanding of the principles, components or systems see the full training menu and course list at www.e4training.com/menusummary1.php