“Pneumatic Power Sources” provides a comprehensive overview of the compressors that allow a pneumatic system to perform work. Users will become familiar with the different types of compressors that may be used in a pneumatic system, as well as the various sources that power these compressors. Users will also gain an understanding of how each unique type of compressor impacts the efficiency and effectiveness of a pneumatic system. Jet engines, heavy construction equipment, and a variety of manufacturing tools would not be possible without compressors. After taking this class, users will be able to identify the different types of compressors that compress air, and the power sources that compressors to perform work.
- Describe how a pneumatic system transmits power
- Describe the variables that determine gas flow rate
- Describe the purpose of the air receiver
- Describe common prime movers for pneumatic systems
- Contrast between positive displacement and dynamic compressors
- Describe the characteristics of piston compressors
- Describe compressor stages
- Describe the characteristics of vane compressors
- Describe the characteristics of lobe compressors
- Describe the characteristics of rotary screw compressors
- Describe the characteristics of axial compressors
- Describe the characteristics of centrifugal compressors
- Describe the factors that affect compressor selection.
- Recommended for mechanical/electrical/plumbing maintenance technicians.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Motor/Motion Control, Power Distribution, Fluid Power
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