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Tap Water as a Hydraulic Pressure Medium

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Title: Tap Water as a Hydraulic Pressure Medium
Author: Bjarne Hilbrecht, Bo Frolund, Bo Olesen, Erik Trostmann
ISBN: 082470505X / 9780824705053
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 224
Publisher: Marcel Dekker
Year: 2000
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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Showcasing the benefits and potential advantages of water hydraulics over oil-based media; Tap Water as a Hydraulic Pressure Medium discusses an encyclopedic breadth of knowledge on the chemistry; microbiology; physical properties; and treatment of liquid water in hydraulic systems.
Interweaves examples and exercises throughout the text to illustrate critical concepts; with helpful appendices on abbreviations; symbols; conversion factors; and water contaminants; and glossary sections!
Highlighting the latest technological developments, Tap Water as a Hydraulic Pressure Medium

reviews the molecular structure and basic properties of liquid water; including viscosity; vapor pressure; the speed of sound; thermal conductivity; specific heat; density; and surface tension

analyzes how to control and minimize the water constituents and chemical bonds found in tap water

outlines methods for avoiding corrosion; and examines and recommends a variety of water treatments for hydraulic systems

specifies quantitative physical properties in the working range of tap water in hydraulic systems such as the biodegradable temperature extreme and bacteria growth suppression additives

compares the most significant differences between the physical properties of tap water and mineral oil

summarizes key strategies for the design; assembly; and maintenance of hydraulic systems

and more!


Written by internationally recognized experts, Tap Water as a Hydraulic Pressure Medium serves as an essential reference for mechanical; design; control; chemical; fluid power; system; industrial; environmental; and manufacturing engineers; and upper-level undergraduate; graduate; and continuing-education students in these disciplines.

Using Water in Hydraulic Systems
Introduction to Water
Physical Properties of Water
Water Chemistry
Water Microbiology
Water Treatment

 
 
 
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