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
Last Modified: May 27, 2019

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