Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Engineering Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics by EurIng Ian C. Thrner

Engineering Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics by EurIng Ian C. Thrner

Contents :
1 Applications of Pneumatics and Hydraulics in Industry
2 Basic Principles of Fluid Power Systems
3 Features and Characteristics of Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems
4 Component, Equipment and Plant Symbols
5 Fluid Power Generation, Supply and Distribution
6 Control Valves I - Types and Principles of Operation
7 Control Valves II - Types and Principles of Operation
8 Actuators
9 Pneumatic and Hydraulic Circuits and Arrangement of Components
10 Electro-pneumatics and Electro-hydraulics
11 Fluid Power Measurement Systems
12 Troubleshooting and Maintenance
13 Basic Principles of Fluid Power Control
14 Emergency Shutdown and Safety Systems
15 Health and Safety at Work
Preface :
Fluid power systems technology has been with us for many years and it is a form of technology which is likely to remain with us for the foreseeable future. However, like all technology there have been dramatic changes over the years, most notably in the materials used in the construction of pneumatic and hydraulic components, the arrangement of circuits and the speed and reliability of operation of pneumatic and hydraulic systems. This text is based upon a series of training modules developed for short courses in Basic Pneumatics and Air Logic which have been delivered over recent years as in-company training material to a number of end user organisations over a diverse range of industries, from petro-chemicals to automobile manufacture to food processing.Whilst initially the training material was developed for short course delivery it has now been expanded to cater for formal qualification programmes and modules in Engineering as offered by a number of training providers. In this respect the text is now suitable for relevant City & Guilds and BTEC modules programmes of study in colleges of FE and HE whilst at the same time catering for the updating needs of practising engineers. The book is also designed to cater for students engaged upon N/SVQ and GN/SVQ programmes of study in Engineering by adequately covering the unit range for fluid power in both mandatory and optional units. The material has been presented in a practical, readable format and is well illustrated with dia grams of components and circuits as used in  pneumatic and hydraulic applications. It is the ideal text to supplement both work and college based study of this important area of technology.
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