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Practical Hydraulic Systems: Operation and Troubleshooting for Engineers… (edition 2005)

by Ravi Doddannavar B.Eng (Mech.Eng), Andries Barnard Dip.Mech.Eng, Jayaraman Ganesh

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Whatever your hydraulic applications, Practical Hydraulic Systems: Operation & Troubleshooting For Engineers & Technicians will help you to increase your knowledge of the fundamentals, improve your maintenance programs and become an excellent troubleshooter of problems in this area. Cutaways of all major components are included in the book to visually demonstrate the components' construction and operation. Developing an understanding of how it works leads to an understanding of how and why it fails. Multimedia views of the equipment are shown, to give as realistic a view of hydraulic systems as possible. The book is highly practical, comprehensive and interactive. It discusses Hydraulic Systems construction, design applications, operations, maintenance, and management issues and provides you with the most up-to-date information and Best Practice in dealing with the subject.… (more)
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Title:Practical Hydraulic Systems: Operation and Troubleshooting for Engineers and Technicians (Practical Professional Books)
Authors:Ravi Doddannavar B.Eng (Mech.Eng)
Other authors:Andries Barnard Dip.Mech.Eng, Jayaraman Ganesh
Info:Newnes (2005), Edition: 1, Paperback, 240 pages
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Whatever your hydraulic applications, Practical Hydraulic Systems: Operation & Troubleshooting For Engineers & Technicians will help you to increase your knowledge of the fundamentals, improve your maintenance programs and become an excellent troubleshooter of problems in this area. Cutaways of all major components are included in the book to visually demonstrate the components' construction and operation. Developing an understanding of how it works leads to an understanding of how and why it fails. Multimedia views of the equipment are shown, to give as realistic a view of hydraulic systems as possible. The book is highly practical, comprehensive and interactive. It discusses Hydraulic Systems construction, design applications, operations, maintenance, and management issues and provides you with the most up-to-date information and Best Practice in dealing with the subject.

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