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Hydraulic Systems design resources

Hydraulic Systems design resources

Hydraulic Systems design resources

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Can anybody recomend a good fundamentals book for hydraulic systems design.  I am new to the field and am looking for a good resource.  Please recomend any good web sites you know of as well.

Thanks,
Beatwent

RE: Hydraulic Systems design resources

Take a look at www.ifps.org.  This is the site of the Fluid Power Society.  From there you can view books and articles that may be helpful.

RE: Hydraulic Systems design resources

Manufacturer's produce training resources, both short courses and books.  I have had good experience with the Rexroth training in Burlington, Ontario:

     www.boschrexroth.com

Rexroth also sells a series of books Cdn$84 each on various aspects of hydraulics including system design, proportional valves, and automatic controls.  They have pneumatics books as well.  Other companies seem to have similar offerings.  Search around within these pages:

Vickers/Eaton
     https://apps.vickers-systems.com/training/index.html

Parker
     http://www.parker.com/training/

Festo
     www.festo.com/didactic

The National Fluid Power Association of the US maintains a clearinghouse of training opportunities:  

     https://www.nfpa.com/

We would all be better off if we tried to be better, instead of trying to be better-off.  --Aristide Pierre (Peter) Maurin  

RE: Hydraulic Systems design resources

Hi KM,

Firstly,heartly thanx to you for providing valuable information.
 Now i need suggestion,i want to join  tol PARKER to learn hydraulics system design through ONLINE,
 May i request,which course is good to learn
please suggest me.

Thanx in before

John

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