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Volume 302, 201918th International Conference Diagnostics of Machines and Vehicles
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Diagnostics of Various Technical Objects|
|Published online||29 November 2019|
Construction proposal of hydraulic equipment designed to test hydraulic components and energy carriers
1 Slovak University of Agriculture, Department of Machine Design, 94976 Nitra, Slovakia
2 UTP University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, 85-796, Bydgoszcz, Poland
3 Slovak University of Agriculture, Department Transport and Handling, 94976 Nitra, Slovakia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The aim of the present article is the construction of a device for measuring and testing hydrostatic converters and subsequent verification measurement of the proposed device. This device will allow the measurement and testing of hydraulic pumps under laboratory conditions. In our case, we will test the hydraulic pump UD–25R, which is used in hydraulic drives of agricultural machines. Last but not least, the device described in the article can be used to test individual energy carriers used in hydraulic systems. The described device can simulate conditions that occur in operation. Using verification measurements we have proved that the designed laboratory equipment is suitable for testing hydraulic components and also allows monitoring and testing of the properties of individual hydraulic fluids. The measurement will result in a change in flow rate over time.
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