Design Parameters and Their Optimization to Get Maximum Pressure Recovery in Two Stage Jet Pipe Electrohydraulic Servovalve 2002-01-1462
The pressure gain characteristics of jet pipe servovalve is required as an input to the designer for improving performance of the servovalve. An attempt has been made to design the first stage jet pipe servovalve parameters to get maximum pressure recovery. The static recovery pressure in receiving holes is a function of jet pipe nozzle displacement relative to receiver plate. The recovery pressure depends on web thickness, jet pipe nozzle diameter, receivers hole diameter, nozzle offset and nozzle stand-of distance. A detailed static recovery pressure analysis of a two stage, four-way, closed ports electrohydraulic flow control valve considering the effect of web thickness, nozzle diameter, receiver hole diameter and offset parameters are presented in the paper. Also the effect of supply pressure on recovery pressure is presented.
Citation: Hiremath, S., Singaperumal, M., and Kumar, R., "Design Parameters and Their Optimization to Get Maximum Pressure Recovery in Two Stage Jet Pipe Electrohydraulic Servovalve," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-1462, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-1462. Download Citation
Somashekhar S. Hiremath, M. Singaperumal, R. Krishna Kumar
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
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