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Interfacing Hydraulic Systems and Microcomputer Controls
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published September 01, 1987 by SAE International in United States
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The intent of this paper is to provide hydraulic and electronic technologists an overview of the load-control-power loop intrinsic to hybrid microcomputer-hydraulic systems. This paper shows the relationships between machine loads, load variables,-interfacing loads with control systems by means of sensors/transducers; how to achieve sensor compatibility with the microcomputer; how signals are passed to and from the control computer; interfacing analog and digital signals with fluid power control components; fluid power actuator-load interaction.
CitationHenke, R., "Interfacing Hydraulic Systems and Microcomputer Controls," SAE Technical Paper 871664, 1987, https://doi.org/10.4271/871664.
- Henke, Russ. P.E. “The role of Sensors in Interfacing Hydraulic Systems with Microcomputers,” SAE paper. September 1987, Off-Highway Equipment Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
- Henke, Russ. P.E. Fluid Power Systems and Circuits. Pages 16, 26, 29, 40-1, 249, 348. Hydraulics & Pneumatics: Cleveland, OH.
- Ibid., pp. 349-58.
- Henke, Russ. P.E. “Eleetrohydraulic Proportional Valves,” April 1985. Hydraulics & Pneumatics: Cleveland, OH.
- Henke, Russ. P.E. Fluid Power Systems and Circuits. Pages 347-65. Hydraulics & Pneumatics: Cleveland, OH. Also. Henke, Russ. P.E. “Matching Engines to Hydraulic Loads,” Diesel Progress: Brookfieid, WI. duly 1986.