1985-09-01

Using the John Deere Radial Piston Pomp to Improve Productivity 851535

This paper describes the design considerations and development to provide a more universally accepted John Deere pump for OEM applications. Increased power and pressure characteristics as well as improved aspiration and control capability were achieved through applied engineering techniques such as 1) finite element analysis (FEM), 2) control system computer modelling and 3) state of the art wear surface specifications. A variety of sizes and application features are possible through the use of family design concepts. Sample applications are presented to demonstrate the John Deere radial piston pump flexibility.

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