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The Complete Valve Primer – a definitive guide By Michael A. Crabtree M.Sc.
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Research studies within the process industry routinely indicate that the fluid control valve is responsible for 60 to 70% of poor-functioning control systems. This book ‘The Complete Valve... More > Primer – a definitive guide’ is a complete in-depth manual covering all aspects of valve technology and includes more than 140 explanatory drawings – clearly showing the construction of a wide range of valves that includes: control valves; shut-off valves; check valves; and pressure relief and safety valves. A large section is also devoted to covering the fundamental principles of converters, actuators, and positioners. Readers are presented with an insight into flashing, cavitation, noise generation, leakage problems, a complete overview of valve sizing, and the correct procedure for calculating the spring ‘wind-up’. Routine maintenance and repair issues are also covered, as well as diagnostic methodologies for testing for deadband/hysteresis, stick-slip and non-linearity;and signature analysis.< Less
Scotch Yoke or Rack-and-Pinion Pneumatic Quarter-Turn Actuator? By Charles Benisch
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In this insightful and thorough discussion on the Scotch Yoke and Rack-and-Pinion Quarter-Turn actuators, German valve expert, Günter Öxler, describes the different technical solutions... More > offered by pneumatic actuators. With vivid images, charts and diagrams, Öxler explains the benefits and appropriate uses of both types of pneumatic control solutions.< Less
Navy Fluid Power - NAVEDTRA 14105 - (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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COURSE OVERVIEW: In completing this nonresident training course, you will demonstrate a knowledge of the subject matter by correctly answering questions on the following: fundamental physics as... More > appropriate to fluids at rest and in motion; types and characteristics of hydraulic and pneumatic fluids; major components of basic fluid power systems and diagrams used to illustrate these systems; proper procedures and precautions for handling and replacing lines, connectors, and sealing devices; proper procedures for eliminating contaminants; purpose, operation, application of pumps, reservoirs, strainers, filters, accumulators, flow control and measuring devices, directional control valves, and actuators; arrangement and operation of representative fluid power systems including the function and interrelationship of major components.< Less
Mechatronics I - The Mechanisms of Measurement By J.R. Lambert
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An education in an electronics related field must be supplemented with courses in mechanisms. Unless you're working towards a soon to be obsolete career in TV repair, computer maintenance or... More > appliance salvaging a purely electronic academic preparation is just about worthless. Today, the real demand and $ in electronics is associated with an understanding and an ability to interface electronics with the real world, the physical world. Interfacing electronics involves a knowledge of physical variables, applied physical principles, basic and advanced electronics, instrument mechanisms and a solid familiarity with common applications of hybrid electro-mechanical measurement apparatus, process transmitters, industrial transducers and servo valves. Those that are adept at electronic interfacing can design and build robots, machine tools, automated manufacturing systems, self-driving vehicles, autonomous off-road vehicles, drones, medical prosthetics and apply a variety of related over the horizon technologies.< Less
Navy Fluid Power - NAVEDTRA 14105 - (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Command Center
Paperback: $45.51
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COURSE OVERVIEW: In completing this nonresident training course, you will demonstrate a knowledge of the subject matter by correctly answering questions on the following: fundamental physics as... More > appropriate to fluids at rest and in motion; types and characteristics of hydraulic and pneumatic fluids; major components of basic fluid power systems and diagrams used to illustrate these systems; proper procedures and precautions for handling and replacing lines, connectors, and sealing devices; proper procedures for eliminating contaminants; purpose, operation, application of pumps, reservoirs, strainers, filters, accumulators, flow control and measuring devices, directional control valves, and actuators; arrangement and operation of representative fluid power systems including the function and interrelationship of major components.< Less

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