Single direction pump, Electrical Engineering

Modify the design of the circuit shown in FIGURE and draw a circuit diagram to provide rotary actuation in both directions using a single direction pump (to replace the bi-directional pump) and providing a means of preventing over-speeding in the case of an overhauling load in both directions.

1335_Single direction pump.png

Posted Date: 3/30/2013 5:44:24 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Single direction pump, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Single direction pump, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Single direction pump Discussions

Write discussion on Single direction pump
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
MODULE 2 EXERCISE: OP-AMP CONFIGURATION

Transparent latch D flip  Flop A typical  example  of this  type of D flop  is 7475 shown  in figure when CLK  connected is enable signal is high and the flip  flop  is enabled

To do the basic laboratory experiments related to the electrical engineering course, students need to have some basic understanding about the measuring tools, apparatus, components

Question 1 Define the term telecommunication? Discuss briefly the various uses of telecommunication in daily life Question 2 Explain the powers and functions of the TRAI

Assume that an abrupt Si p-n junction with area 10-4 cm2 has NA=10 17 /cm 3 and ND=10 17 /cm 3 is working at room temperature. It is given that μ n = 700 cm 2 /v-s, μ P =250 cm

explain appropriate first aid procedure to be followed in case of electric shock


Mention how do the following instructions differ in their functionality SUB: It performs changes the destination operand and the subtraction operation. CMP: Comparison instr

Q. Explain Current-to-Voltage Amplifier? The basic circuit is shown in Figure, which is similar to that of an inverting amplifier. The - input is connected directly to a curren

Q. Consider the magnetic circuit shown in Figure. Assume the relative permeability of the magnetic material to be 1000 and the cross-sectional area to be the same throughout. Deter