APPLICATION OF HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT IN MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS
This paper focuses on the calculations of basic variables of the hydrostatic circuits in the mechatronic systems. These calculations are important for machines used for forming materials by means of great forces, e.g. hydraulic press. Due to differences in equipment design, lack of a universal method of calculation is noticeable. It is necessary to determine the coefficients required for the calculations in an experimental way.
hydraulic circuit; MATLAB; simulation
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