hydraulic circuit

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hydraulic circuit

[hī′drȯ·lik ′sər·kət]
(mechanical engineering)
A circuit whose operation is analogous to that of an electric circuit except that electric currents are replaced by currents of water or other fluids, as in a hydraulic control.
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Tenders are invited for Trench Reinstatement Of Trench Made By Drainage Department, Hydraulic Department & Various Agency By Laying Dainage Line, Hydraulic Line And Various Line At Various T.
In Palau's harsh tropical climate, they experienced constant hydraulic line leaks and breaks.
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The hydraulic line was manufactured to the exact specifications for the Sierra by the Army's equivalent of a Navy aviation intermediate maintenance depot.
He later found a critical flight control hydraulic line leaking beyond limits.
Present US military practice is to replace any titanium hydraulic line that has a visible scratch to assure the highest level of safety.
Despite loss of radio contact and damage to the hydraulic line, Clifton executed evasive maneuvers and broke away from enemy contact.
Available in both 4" and 6", these compact vises produce a clamping pressure of 4,000 lbs with a hydraulic line pressure of 7,200 psi.
Of the vehicles subject to the recall, Toyota will also fix 3,722 units for defective brakes resulting from the inappropriate fixing of a hydraulic line for power steering, its report said.
MAYFLOWER Vehicle Systems is investing pounds 1million in automating its large hydraulic line to speed up production.
Tenders are invited for Trench Reinstatement of Trench made by Drainage Department & various Agenly by laying Drainiage line, Hydraulic Line and various line at Various T.