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Valveless Hydraulics Cuts Fuel Consumption in Construction Vehicles
10/24/2013

Purdue University professor Monika Ivantysynova and doctoral student Naseem Daher discuss research related to new hydraulic steering technology, while graduate student Michael Sprengel looks over the electronic controls of a front loader. Researchers led by Ivantysynova, a fluid systems professor at Purdue's School of Mechanical Engineering, have shown how to reduce fuel consumption while improving the efficiencyof hydraulic steering systems in heavy construction equipment.(Source: Mark Simons/Purdue University)
Purdue University professor Monika Ivantysynova and doctoral student Naseem Daher discuss research related to new hydraulic steering technology, while graduate student Michael Sprengel looks over the electronic controls of a front loader. Researchers led by Ivantysynova, a fluid systems professor at Purdue's School of Mechanical Engineering, have shown how to reduce fuel consumption while improving the efficiency
of hydraulic steering systems in heavy construction equipment.
(Source: Mark Simons/Purdue University)

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tekochip   10/24/2013 8:13:40 AM
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An interesting idea.  There would be less plumbing; fewer hoses to dry out, seals to fail and losses from the hoses flexing during actuation.  I wonder if there is a weight benefit from the reduced plumbing too.


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