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FY 75 experimental hydraulic ram studies
Howard Leon Power
This document is a report on the progress of FY 75 experimental Hydraulic Ram Studies. The shock and drag phases of hydraulic ram were studied to understand this complicated phenomenum. (Author)
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Department of the Army Historical Summary: FY X. Research, Development, and Acquisition. Budget and Management. The fiscal year Department of Defense Appropriations Act, passed in October , provided $1, million in research, development, test, and evaluation (RDTE) funding. This research consists of predicting the performance and efﬁciency of hydraulic pumps and motors, both with experiments and modeling. A pump and motor test stand is con-structed to measure the efﬁciency of an axial piston swashplate pump/motor unit. A regenerative loop hydraulic system is used to reduce the power requirements of the test stand.
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By Howard Leon Power. Download PDF (2 MB) Abstract. This document is a report on the progress of FY 75 experimental Hydraulic Ram Studies. The shock and drag phases of hydraulic ram were studied to understand this complicated ted by the Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, Californiahttp Author: Howard Leon Power.
Experimental hydraulic ram studies (FY 74) Power, H. Abstract. The document is a report on the progress of FY74 experimental hydraulic ram studies. Penetration, shock, and drag phases of hydraulic ram were studied to understand this complicated phenomenon.
Publication: Final Report. Pub Date: August One of the pressure gauges (PTn) was located near the impact point at 30 mm from the wall and 75 mm from the shot line, while the other (PTf) was in the middle of the tube at mm from the projectile trajectory and measured the pressure in a point far from the impact zone (Fig.
4).Cited by: In those studies, researchers were particularly interested in evaluating damage mechanisms caused by hydraulic rams. A hydraulic ram combines a number of events, as illustrated schematically in Fig. (1) When the projectile enters the tank, the tank wall may crack due to the high pressure and stresses near the entry point, and (2) a shock wave is by: Full text of "Experimental investigation of hydraulic other formats EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDRAULIC RAM Larry Scott Mueller LiDrary Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, California Monterey, California T EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDRAULIC RAM by Larry Scott Mueller Thesis Advisor: Allen E.
Fuhs March Appiov&d ^on. public >. The average efficiency was from to % for the hydraulic ram of ¾ in and from to % for the hydraulic ram of 1 in. Thus, the option of a hydraulic ram size of 1 in, combined. The main parameters to be considered in designing a hydraulic ram include: 1) The difference in height between the water source and pump site (called vertical fall).
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A hydraulic ram (also called hydram) is a pump that uses energy from a falling quantity of water to pump some of it to an elevation much higher than the original level at the source. No other energy is required and as long as there is a continuous flow of falling water, the pump will.
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This document is a report on the progress of FY 73 Hydraulic Ram studies. Preliminary analytical and experimental studies of the shock and cavity phases of hydraulic ram have been made to add to basic understanding of the fluidstructural interactions.
This work should contribute to the understanding of the hydraulic ram phenomenon and will. Keywords: Hydraulic Ram Pump, Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD), Waste Valve, Enhancement _____ I. INTRODUCTION An analysis of Hydraulic ram pump presents some of the most challenging problems faced by engineers in domestic use, agriculture use, industry use, because simulations need to address the moving parts in an appropriate Size: 2MB.
Title: Hydraulic Rams - Transporter Created Date: Z. Content may be subject to copyright. Basic components of a hydraulic ram: 1. Inlet – drive pipe 2. Free flow at waste valve 3. Outlet – delivery pipe 4. Hydram Modern Design Efficiency: A typical energy efficiency is 60%, but up to 80% is possible.
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High quality content provided by Chegg Experts. Ask our experts any homework question. Get answers in as little as 30 minutes. 1 Literature Review and Problem Statement feedforward is successfully implemented. Experimental tests under a variety of conditions such as system mass, input type (step, multisteps or ramp) and flow control settings (on and wide open) were applied.
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