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Closed-Circuit Closed-Loop Hydrostatic Transmission

The hydrostatic transmission, shown in Fig. 6.28, is operating under a constant load. Speed is set by the command voltage at 1000 rpm. The feedback transducer is a tachometer generator, which produces a voltage proportional to motor rpm. The load … Continue reading

05. May 2010 by Jack
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Four-Wheel Drive Vehicle Hydrostatic Transmission

A configuration where all four wheels are powered is shown in Fig. 6.18. A single pump provides flow to four motors. This machine can be built with two or four steerable wheels. On three-wheel- and four-wheel-drive vehicles, the front wheels … Continue reading

05. May 2010 by Jack
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Hydrostatic Transmission with Variable Speed Motors

As previously mentioned, it is often necessary to provide a road speed, so the machine can be moved on the highway between job sites. (Generally, these travel distances are only a few miles, so road speeds in the range of … Continue reading

05. May 2010 by Jack
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Two Wheel Motors Hydrostatic Transmission

Wheel motors, mounted at both rear wheels (Fig. 6.12), is a variation of the configuration shown in Fig. 6.11. This arrangement eliminates the universal joint driveline, differential, and rear axle, with resultant cost and weight savings. Because the pump has … Continue reading

05. May 2010 by Jack
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