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.

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