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Introduction to Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems. Basic Components. Symbols - (Including fundamentals of fluid flow, fluids etc.)  Hydraulic valves General Purpose+Servo valves + Proportional Control Valves, Hydraulic pumps/motors/actuators, Hydrostatic Transmission Systems, Development of hydraulic circuit + basic design + analysis, Regenerative and similar circuits, Control systems, Mechatronics & Electro-hydraulics devices in Fluid Power, Hybrid Hydro-Mechanical Systems, Fundamentals of compressible fluid flow & pneumatic device, Pneumatic valves, Pneumatic Actuators, Pneumatic Circuits & Systems, Fluid Logic, Application of Hydraulics & Pneumatics in industrial Automation, Special topics on Hydraulics & Pneumatics.

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Topics

1

What is Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems

2

Basic Components, symbols & circuits

3

Incompressible Fluids – Some Fundamental Properties

4

Incompressible Fluid Flow Related to Fluid Drive

5

Capillary Fluid (Incompressible) Flow & Hydrodynamic Lubrication

6

Basis for Calculating Hydraulic Systems

7

Different type of valves – features and operations – I

8

Different type of valves – features and operations – II

9

Hydraulic Circuits & Valves

10

Hydraulics Servomechanism & Servo and Proportional Control Valves

11

Basic Spool Valve Design Analysis

12

General Control Valve Analysis

13

Critical Centre Spool Valve Analysis

14

Critical Centre Spool Valve Analysis – Stroking force

15

Proportional Solenoid Pilot Operated Two Stage Pressure Relief Valve

16

Proportional Solenoid Pilot Operated Two Stage Pressure Relief Valve (Contd.)

17

Introduction to Positive Displacement Hydrostatic Units (Hydraulic Pumps & Motors)

18

Basic features of some Hydraulic pumps and Motors

19

Analysis of an Axial-Piston Swash-Plate type Hydrostatic Pump (Discharge Flow Characteristics)

20

Analysis of an Axial-Piston Swash-Plate type Hydrostatic Pump (Estimations of Torque on Driving Shaft and Swash Plate)

21

Analysis of an Axial-Piston Swash-Plate type Hydrostatic Pump (Pressure ripple & Swash Plate Torque)

22 

A. Design Analysis of Gear Pumps – I

22

B. Design Analysis of Gear Pumps – II

23

Basic Concept of Hydo-Static Transmission (HST) Systems

24

Selection of HST Units and Components

25

Regenerative Circuits

26

Introduction to Fluid Logic

27

Basic Devices, Symbols and Circuits

28

Logic Circuits

29

Design Analysis of ORBIT Motor – I: Basic Design & Feature

30

Design Analysis of ORBIT Motor – II : Geometric volume Displacement

31

Design Analysis of an LSHT motor – III Output Torque & Deformation, Gap & Stresses at Contacts

32

Application and Selection of Accumulators – Part I

33

Application and Selection of Accumulators – Part II

34

Hydraulic Circuits in Industrial Applications

35

Air Preparation - Compressors & accessories

36

Pneumatic Circuits

37

Analysis of Three – Way (Spool and Flapper Nozzle) Valves

38

Analysis of Flapper Nozzle Valves

39

Flow Force Compensation and Spool Design (Elector-hydraulic Valves)

40

Premier and Guide to Oil Hydraulic Fluids and Introduction to Fluid Power Symbols

42

Tutorial on Basic Calculation on HST system & Hydraulic Fluids

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