Pneumatic circuit diagram, Electrical Engineering

FIGURE shows a pneumatic circuit diagram used for air supply and exhaust in an automatic control system. 

(a) Name all symbols (including pipelines) used in the system.

(b) Number the ports of each DCV.

(c) Classify the sections of the components in the circuit.

(d) State how the system works.

(e) State the functions of valves 1 and 2.

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