hydraulic loss

hydraulic loss

[hī′drȯ·lik ′lȯs]
(fluid mechanics)
The loss in fluid power due to flow friction within the system.
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Additional hydraulic system enhancements reduce hydraulic loss, improving efficiency.
The percentage of hydraulic loss due to emitters as compared with plain lateral pipes varied from 12.
When the axial-flow pump is working under off-design condition, the attack angle, which causes hydraulic loss, will always exist at the leading edge of the guide vane.
113%, and measuring sections are closed in the tanks with the inlet and outlet passages for concluding hydraulic loss of inlet and outlet sections.
The new Komatsu excavator includes major fuel economy improvements that more customers can realise by reducing hydraulic loss and employing new engine control technologies, all the while maintaining optimum operating performance," Khalid explained.
This eliminates hydraulic loss inherent in the valves, increasing energy efficiency.
Enhancements were made to the hydraulic system for reduced hydraulic loss and better efficiency.
Cylindrical valve installed between the stay and guide vane of mixed-flow hydraulic turbine boasts many advantages such as self-closing ability, less hydraulic loss, effective protection to the distributor, small land occupation in factory, and small investment.
Results have shown that splitting flow disturbs its core thus leading to increase in hydraulic loss.
We want to utilize the channel width of about 2000 mm maximum in order to compensate for the hydraulic loss due to smaller gap and increased thickness of fixed / bustling England elements.
Hydraulic loss reduction capability analysis for the HPP Vinodol drainage channel, Tehnicki fakultet u Rijeci, Rijeka
Considering the whole circuit like a local hydraulic resistance we obtain a global hydraulic loss coefficient [zeta]=16.