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A pump delivers 40 lpm to a 100 mm bore/25 mm rod cylinder to move a load of 22 kN. A throttle is introduced on the rod end, and return flow with a 10 lpm flow rate. A 70 bar pressure is applied on cap end.

a) What is the back pressure on the annular area Ae?
b) What is the rod speed in forward motion?

c) What is the flow rate into the cylinder?

d) What is the useful power developed?

e) How much is the pressure intensification?


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