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 Reinstement of Trench made by Drainage department, Hydraulic department & Various Agency by Laying Drainage line, Hydraulic line and Various line at Various T.P.Road & Various Non.
Unit commanders should deadline all HEMTT -A4 models that haven't had a hydraulic line inspection and corrective repair performed yet!
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.P.
Then the next time the cab is lifted it breaks a hydraulic line and the cab can't be raised or seated properly for movement until the line is fixed.
Investigators determined another worker inadvertently cut a hydraulic line that allowed the trailer to fall on the electrician as he worked beneath it.
Straps get misplaced when a hydraulic line is repaired, or when the engine is removed by support.
But straps get left off when a hydraulic line is repaired or when the engine is removed by support.
Tenders are invited for Supply of IHC Dredge Hydraulic line filter elements
The fire was caused by a ruptured hydraulic line which resulted with the hydraulic fluid coming in contact with hot metal and igniting.
The farm shop on campus had gotten the tractor running and fixed minor problems, but did not fix the broken hydraulic line for the power steering.
With the replaced hydraulic line, the phase alpha inspection was permitted to continue and completed with no further incident.
A roll cage protects the hydraulic pump, and a steel guard covers the hydraulic line. The flat base features a rear foot that offers a solid load footing for tool stability, with a V-base attachment supplying a secure connection on the base of the rail.