# Hydraulic Pump Output Capacity examples, formula and calculations

[insert_php] session_start();
\$shname=0;\$thname=0;\$ahname=0;\$result=0;\$sunit=0;\$aunit=0;\$static_val=0.26;
if(isset(\$_POST[“Calculate”]))
{
\$sunit=\$_POST[“sunit”]; \$aunit=\$_POST[“aunit”];
\$shname=\$_POST[“shname”];
\$thname=\$_POST[“thname”];
\$ahname=\$_POST[“ahname”];
if(\$sunit === “in”){
if(\$thname < 0){echo "wrong value";} else{ \$result = (\$static_val * \$ahname * \$shname) / \$thname;} }else{if(\$thname < 0){echo "wrong value";} else{ \$result = (\$static_val * \$ahname * \$shname) / \$thname;} } } unset(\$_POST["submit"]); [/insert_php]

A hydraulic pump is a special kind of mechanical device. A hydraulic pump converts the mechanical power into the hydraulic energy. It generates the flow with enough power to overcome the pressure induced by the load.

## Step by step explanation of what you enter

OperationAreaStrokeTimeResult
Converstion[insert_php] echo \$ahname;[/insert_php][insert_php] echo \$shname;[/insert_php][insert_php] echo \$thname;[/insert_php][insert_php] echo \$result;[/insert_php]
Formula[insert_php] echo “(\$static_val * \$ahname * \$shname)/\$thname”;[/insert_php]

## Examples of Hydraulic Pump Output Capacity

Sr.OperationAreaStrokeTimeResult
Example1Converstions5516.5
Example1Converstions7.06530318.3
Example1Converstions5719.1
By:Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil
CEO @ T4Tutorials