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Default Hydraulic power textbooks or web sites?

Can anybody recommend a good textbook or web site for intro to hydraulic
drive system design? I am interested in learning about the basic design
and power transfer in hydraulic pumps and motors and could not see
anything useful on Google.

Thanks,
Bob
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Vickers industrial hydraulics manual

ISBN 0-9634162-0-0

from ebay , less than ten bucks in most cases


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John Deere's FOS (fundamentals of service) Manual is basic, but pretty
good. DE


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Can anybody recommend a good textbook or web site for intro to hydraulic
drive system design? I am interested in learning about the basic design
and power transfer in hydraulic pumps and motors and could not see
anything useful on Google.

Thanks,
Bob



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MetalHead wrote:
Can anybody recommend a good textbook or web site for intro to hydraulic
drive system design? I am interested in learning about the basic design
and power transfer in hydraulic pumps and motors and could not see
anything useful on Google.

Thanks,
Bob



Thanks for the suggestions!

Bob
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http://www.lazygator.n4jsb.net/intheshop.html fm5-499

military hydraulics course




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bill wrote:
http://www.lazygator.n4jsb.net/intheshop.html fm5-499

military hydraulics course


Thanks for the pointer, but the web site says that it can't find that
file. All the other ones on that page were there, but not the fm5-499 one.

Bob
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