OIL HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

BRANCH NAME:- MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

SUBJECT CODE:-2171912

SUBJECT NAME:- OIL HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS

B.E 7th SEMESTER

  1. Introduction: – Introduction, Global fluid power Scenario, Basic system of Hydraulics-Major advantages and disadvantages, Principles of Hydraulic Fluid power, Hydraulic Symbols, Electrical Elements used in hydraulic circuits.
  2. System Components, Hydraulic Oils, Fluid Properties and Filter:- Hydraulic & Pneumatic Symbols as per ISO/ANSI, Types, Properties, physical characteristics & function of hydraulic Oils, Classification- Mineral based, Fire resistant & Biodegradable Oils, Filters, Contaminations, location of filter.
  3. Hydraulic Pumps, Motors and Actuators:- Construction, working principle and operation of rotary & Reciprocating pumps like Gear, Vane, Generated- Rotor, Screw, Axial Piston, Radial Piston, Pump characteristics, Linear and Rotary Actuators, Hydrostatic Transmission Systems. Selection of components for applications.
  4. Hydraulic Valves and Hydraulic System Accessories:- Direction control valves, Pressure control valves, Flow control valves, Non-return valves, Reservoirs, Accumulators, Heating & cooling devices, Hoses, Selection of valves for circuits.
  5. Design of hydraulic circuit:- Basic hydraulic circuits, Industrial hydraulic circuits, Power losses in flow control circuits.
  6. Introduction to Pneumatic Systems:- Basic Requirements for Pneumatic System, Applications, Pneumatic fundamentals, Construction, working principle and operation of pneumatic power transmission system components like Power Source, FRL unit, Actuators and control valves like DCV, FCV, PCV, time delay, quick exhaust, twin pressure, shuttle.
  7. Pneumatic circuits:- Basic pneumatic circuits, Development of single Actuator Circuits, Development of multiple Actuator Circuit, Cascade method for sequencing.
  8. Introduction to Automation in hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems.

 

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Lectures: 104

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