“Introduction to Pneumatic Components” provides a comprehensive overview of pneumatic power and the elements that allow a pneumatic system to perform work. Users will become familiar with the physical laws behind the compression of the pneumatic fluids that power a system and they will gain an understanding of how each unique component impacts the efficiency and effectiveness of the system. Transportation, manufacturing, and construction are just some of the fields that depend on pneumatic systems to perform work. Modern cranes, excavators, and automobile brakes would not be possible without pneumatics. In manufacturing, pneumatic technology is widely used for factory automation, with applications in all steps of product manipulation and processing. After taking this class, users will be able to identify the components that affect each step of a pneumatic system.
- Define pneumatic power
- Describe pneumatic fluid
- Describe the relationship between pressure, volume, and temperature
- Identify common components of a pneumatic system
- Describe a pneumatic compressor
- Identify different types of compressors
- Describe the types of fluid conductors
- Describe air receivers
- Describe air preparation
- Describe pneumatic system components that monitor and regulate pressure
- Describe various control valves
- Describe linear actuators
- Describe rotary actuators
- Describe pneumatic motors.
- Recommended for mechanical/electrical/plumbing maintenance technicians.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Fluid Power, Power Distribution, Pneumatic System
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