Hydraulic Press Machine-Definition, Parts, Working Principle, Function, Advantages, Disadvantages, Uses, PDF

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Hydraulic Press:

At the 17th century (1795) this machine was developed. The Hydraulic Press machine was invented by Joseph Bramah. The location of Joseph Bramah was England.

Joseph Bramah also developed the daily life uses stuff which is a flush toilet.

In very details I’m explaining how this phenomenon works just scroll down:

Definition:

The Hydraulic press is a machine press which works is to generate compressive force by the use of Hydraulic cylinder.

Hydraulic Press Machine:

The hydraulic press machine is a device which is used for lifting the heavyweight by the application of much smaller force.

This is based on Pascal’s law. Pascal’s law state that The intensity of pressure in a static fluid is transmitted equally in all the direction.

Parts:

Hydraulic press

Working / Working Principle:

This is based on Pascal’s law. Pascal’s law state that The intensity of pressure in a static fluid is transmitted equally in all the direction.

The hydraulic press consists of two cylinders of different diameters. One of the cylinders is of large diameter and contains a Ram, while the other cylinder is the small diameter and contains the plunger as shown in the figure.

Hydraulic press

The two cylinders are connected by a pipe. The cylinders and pipe contain a liquid through which pressure is transmitted.

When a small force f is applied on the plunger in the downward direction, a pressure is produced on the liquid in contact with the plunger.

This pressure is transmitted equally in all direction and acts on the RAM in the upward direction as shown in the above figure.

The heavier weight placed on the ram is then lifted up.

Advantages:

Disadvantages:

 

Application / Uses:

  • Forging,
  • Blanking,
  • Clinching,
  • Molding,
  • Deep drawing, and
  • Metal forming operations. and
  • Punching,

Some more application is:

Thermoplastics, Composites, RTM Resin Transfer Molding, SMC Sheet Molded Composites, Carbon Fiber Molding, and GMT Glass Mat Transfer.

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