Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Systems - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080111476, 9781483155890

Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Systems

1st Edition

Seminar on Pneumohydraulic Automation

Editors: M. A. Aizerman
eBook ISBN: 9781483155890
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1968
Page Count: 250
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Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Systems, Volume 2, documents the proceedings of a symposium on pneumohydraulic automation. The symposium is a continuation of the first symposium of papers on pneumohydraulic automatics which was published in 1959 by the Academy of Sciences, USSR. The present collection forms part of the lectures and reports presented at the second and third All-Union Conference on pneumohydraulic automatics and embraces a wide range of problems associated with the design and application of pneumohydraulic equipment in the automation of industrial units and other objects.
This volume contains 23 chapters organized into four parts. Part I contains papers on the general problems of pneumo- and hydro-automatics. Part II presents studies on pneumatic and hydraulic methods and systems of automatic regulation. Part III is devoted to pneumatic computing devices and methods of computation. The papers in Part IV cover pneumo- and hydro-automatics in the German Democratic Republic and Czechoslovakia.

Table of Contents

Contents to Volume 1

Preface to the Russian Edition

General Problems of Pneumo- and Hydro-Automatics

An Analysis of the Possibility of Operating Pneumatic Instruments with Low-Pressure Air

Experimental Investigation of Jet-Tube Elements

Static Characteristics of Pneumatic Nozzle-Baffle Elements

A Method of Analysis of the Follow-up Systems with Hydraulic Servo-Motors

Self-Centering Piston

Pneumatic and Hydraulic Methods and Systems of Automatic Regulation

Pneumatic Transmitters for Pressure, Vacuum, and Differential Pressures

Direct and Inverse Derivative on Automatic Control Systems Built on Pneumatic AUS (Standard Unit System) Devices

A Small Hydraulic Derivative Unit of the Compensating Type

Methods for Raising the Amplification Factor of Industrial-Type Hydraulic Follow-up Drives

Electropneumatic Controller MZTA

The Dynamic Characteristics of AUS (Standard Unit System) Controllers and Recommendations for Setting

The EGR-1 Electrohydraulic Controller

The Pneumatic Standard Aggregate System as the Basis for Complex Automation in the Oil-Refining Industry

Pneumatic Computing Devices and Methods of Computation

Design Problems of Pneumatic Computing Devices

A Small Continuously Operating Pneumatic Computer and Delay Unit

Investigation of the Characteristics of Pneumatic Chambers Employed as Summators

Pneumatic Throttleless Relay Systems

A Design for Employing a Pneumatic Extremal Controller on Systems with a Number of Control Valves

A Gas-Chromatograph Controller with Pneumatic Output (KhPR-1P)

The Extremal Controller Used for Checking and Controlling Some Chemical Processes from the Thermal Effect of the Reaction

Pneumo- and Hydro-Automatics in the German Democratic Republic and Czechoslovakia

Hydraulic and Combined Automatic Control Systems

Pneumatic Controller Elements

Krizhik Hydraulic Controllers


Contents to Volume 2

Translator's Foreword

To English Readers from the Editor of the Russian Original

New Applications and New Means of Pneumatic Control

Pneumatic Extremum Controllers IAT AN U.S.S.R.

Pneumatic Ratio Controllers (without Mechanical Dividers)

Pneumatic Controllers with Automatic Readjustment According to the Load

Pneumatic Switching Circuits

Universal Pneumatic Multiplying-Dividing Device and Device for Square Rooting

The Application of Jet-tube Elements for Non-Linear Transformations in Pneumatic Systems

New Compact Pneumatic Instruments for the Automatic Control and Regulation Developed in "NIITeplopribor"

Investigations of Pneumatic Jet-Tube Elements

New Systems of Pneumatic and Hydraulic Automation

Pneumatic Aggregate System of KB-TsMA

Hydraulic Equipment of Automatic Machine-Tool Lines

Elements of Hydraulic Control Systems

Devices of Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Units

Three-term Controller Set KB-TsMA

Compact Hydraulic Controllers IAT AN U.S.S.R.

Problems in the Design of Primary Instruments—Differential Pressure Transducers with Force Balance

Electro-Pneumatic Transducers IAT AN U.S.S.R.

Pneumatic Relays with Constant Pressure Differential Restrictions

Improvement of Static Characteristics of Pneumatic Relays by Using Constant Pressure Differential Restrictions

Regulating Final Mechanisms

A Hydraulic Follow-up Power Control Unit for General Industrial Use

Equations of a Stabilizing System, Consisting of a Hydraulic Linear Motor (Ram) Connected to the Control Element by Pipelines

Pneumatic Power Plant

Automatic Compressed Air Plant

Elements of Pneumatic and Hydraulic Devices. Nozzle-baffle Elements

Calculation of Static Characteristics of Nozzle-Baffle Elements

The Results of Experimental and Theoretical Investigations of Control Devices of the Nozzle-Baffle Type

Force of the Jet Action on the Baffle in Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Units

Theory of Control Devices of the "Nozzle-Baffle" Type, Working with Oil


Variations of the Effective Areas of Diaphragms

Characteristics of Diaphragms Used in Sensing Elements of Controllers

Elements of Pneumatic and Hydraulic Devices

Hydraulic Loss Coefficients and Discharge Coefficient for the Ports of Spool Valves Used in Hydraulic Control Systems

Network Analysis Applied to Hydraulic Control Systems

Diagrams for Parameters of Steady-state Air Flow through Systems of Orifices in Pneumatic Controllers

Laminar Flow of Air at High Velocities in Flat Capillary Channels

Silting of Small Restrictions

Some Methods of Combating Silting and Ensuring Controlled Flow through Small Restrictions in Hydraulic Control Elements

Author Index

Subject Index


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