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|Title:||Fluid power control||Other Titles:||second edition||Authors:||Abu Hanieh, Ahmed||Keywords:||Fluid Power;Control theory;Hydraulic control;Pneumatic machinery;Oil;Circuits;Hydraulic machinery;Fluid power technology||Issue Date:||30-Aug-2021||Source:||Ahmed Abu Hanieh, Fluid Power Control, second edition, Jerusalem, 2021||Abstract:||The idea of developing a second edition for this book came out after fifteen years of teaching the fluid power control course at Birzeit University besides to the long experience of the author in the real hydraulic and pneumatic systems which is reflected on the different applications of the discussed circuits. Most of the existing books in this fi eld discuss hydraulic and pneumatic systems in concentrating on the design and components of the system without going deep enough into the problem of dynamic modelling and control of these systems. This book attempts to compromise between theoretical modelling and practical understanding of fluid power systems by using modern control theory based on implementing Newton's second law in second order differential equations transformed into direct relationships between inputs and outputs via transfer functions or state space approach. More examples have been added to the book and more problems are added to each chapter. The arrangement of chapters has been changed and an additional chapter about hydraulic oils and piping systems has been added too.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/6869||ISBN:||ISBN 978-9950-385-88-7|
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