Composite Fluid Hydraulic Lift

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Year : 2021 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 15-21
By

    Om Sunil Chaudhari

  1. Manupratap Singh Parmar

  1. Student, Jain University Set, Bangalore,
  2. Student, SSBT COET, Bambhori, Jalgaon,

Abstract

In the industrial application hydraulic lifts have a variety of applications on a massive scale. As the energy resources required for the operation are relatively high as compared to the output provided by lifts, there is an alarming rate to optimize the process. So, to bridge the gap we have come up with an innovative and exclusive fabrication of the hydraulic lift systems based on the use of Composite Fluids for the operation. This will eventually lead to the energy conservation at the input level with high performance rate and output. To maintain the same displacement at output by reducing the input effort of the hydraulic system compared to existing hydraulic system by using a ‘Non-Uniform Composite Fluid’ by employing the thermal effects on it as well.

Keywords: Hydraulic lift, composite fluid application, energy conservation, thermal application, numerical analysis

[This article belongs to Recent Trends in Fluid Mechanics(rtfm)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 8
Issue 1
Received April 3, 2021
Accepted April 29, 2021
Published April 30, 2021