Computational Study of Dynamic Behaviour of Electrohydraulic Servo System

In many modern applications very repeatedly it is required to control two together direction and rate of flow of oil together to obtain an correct control of position or speed of a large machinelike load. The control valve secondhand for this purpose is known as Electro-Hydraulic Servo Valve. The aim of this work search out present a computational model of an electro-hydraulic servo valve and allure dynamic attitude of spool dislocation. Dynamics of electro-hydraulic systems is well non-linear and dynamic depiction is highly influence by rubbing force. The key to harnessing the capacity developed by hydraulic actuators and ruling them accompanying analogue electronic schemes/ digital calculatings is the electro-hydraulic servo valve. In allure simplest form, an electro-hydraulic servo faucet is a spool valve accompanying a spool stuck by solenoid-type magnetic actuators. These valves are named single-stage valves. The study concerning this work may the citation of future investigation of any electrohydraulic servo scheme.

Author(s) Details:

Tarun Kanti Pal,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering and Management, Kolaghat West Bengal – 721 171, India.

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Keywords: Electro-Hydraulic Servo Valve (EHSV), non-linear model, position control, flow forces

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