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Modeling of Digital-Displacement Pump-Motors and Their Application as Hydraulic Drives for Nonuniform Loads

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Md. Ehsan

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh

W. H. S. Rampen

Artemis Intelligent Power Ltd., Edinburgh, Scotland

S. H. Salter

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland

J. Dyn. Sys., Meas., Control 122(1), 210-215 (Jun 26, 1997) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.482444 History: Received June 26, 1997
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Ehsan,  Md., Rampen,  W. H. S, and Salter,  S. H, 1996, “Computer Simulation of the Performance of Digital-Displacement Pump-Motors” ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, FPST 3, pp. 19–24, Atlanta, Nov. 1996.
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Figures

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Cylinder head arrangement of a digital-displacement pump-motor
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Change of the enabling sequences of a 10 cylinder pump and its effect on flow as the demand drops to 3/4th of the capacity
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Valve actuation sequence of motoring cycle
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Pump response at 10 percent to 90 percent step rise of flow demand at a constant speed (pressure-control mode)
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Pump response to 17 percent speed change, while the flow demand remains constant (pressure-control mode)
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Pump-motor following a variable demand curve at 1800 rpm (flow-control)
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Flow chart of simulation process
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Schematic drawing of the system
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Power requirement of the pump-motor bank
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Flow demand in first bank and pressure variation in the accumulator
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Demand and flow from second bank (pump)
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Power in and out of the system
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Components of a 6-cylinder pump-motor
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Experimental results in pressure-control mode

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