Electrohydraulic Components and Systems
This 27-hour seminar is designed to cover the knowledge of electro-hydraulic components including solenoid operated valves, proportional valves, servo valves and amplifiers. The seminar also covers the technicalities of in-field tuning of open-loop and closed-loop electro-hydraulic systems. The state-of-the-art Universal Fluid Power Trainers are used to demonstrate the theory presented.
- October 8 – 12, 2018 (70244)
Who Should Attend:
Application engineers, system integrators, motion control engineers, sales engineers, field engineers and end users of electro-hydraulic components.
Seminar attendees receive a copy of
“Electro-Hydraulic Components and Systems, Hydraulic Systems Volume 2”
Upon successful completion, you will be able to:
- recognize the difference in construction, principle of operation and characteristics between ON/OFF valves, proportional valves and servo valves.
- apply real-time control technique for EH systems and perform infield tuning to adjust the system performance.
- read the basic electronic schematics of the proportional/servo valve amplifiers.
- make the best selection of the components required to build open- and closed-loop electro-hydraulic control systems.
- Hydro-mechanical versus electro-hydraulic applications
- Electro-hydraulic system application
- Switching valves – construction and operation
- Switching valves – circuits for basic functions
- Proportional valves
- Servo valves
- Valve selection for an electri-hydraulic controlled actuator
- Electro-hydraulic system design considerations
- Control electronics for electro-hydraulic systems
- Electro-hydraulic valves commissioning and maintenance
- Days 1-4: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Lunch: noon to 1 p.m.
- Day 5: 9 a.m. to noon
Continental breakfast and lunch will be served daily. Beverages/Snacks provided throughout the day.
- Circuits for on/off valve operation
- Electro-hydraulic pump controls
- Electro-hydraulic cylinder position control
- Electro-hydraulic motor speed control
- Proportional and servo valve characteristics measurement
- Dr. Medhat Khalil – Director of Professional Education & Research Development, Applied Technology CenterTM, Milwaukee School of Engineering
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