1969-02-01

Aircraft Hydraulic Pumps for High Speed Operation 690744

An increase in pump drive speeds is desirable in order to minimize pump size and weight. This paper reviews the relationship between pump speed and power loss, as well as some of the mechanical limitations encountered at higher speeds. It also discusses the trade-offs available involving weight, performance and life. The effects of temperature and fluid selection are included.

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