Hydraulic-Electric Analogies: Conditioners (.PDF Download)

Nov. 3, 2016

Conditioners are widely used in both electrical and hydraulic circuits. In electronics, they’re referred to as signal conditioners; in hydraulics, they’re called fluid conditioners. Fluid conditioners consist of filters, heat exchangers, and, sometimes, fluid heaters. These were described last month and compared to their electrical counterparts: electronic filters and heat sinks. No other fluid conditioners exist, but it’s a much different story for electronic signal conditioners...

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