electrohydraulic


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e·lec·tro·hy·drau·lic

 (ĭ-lĕk′trō-hī-drô′lĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or involving a combination of electric and hydraulic mechanisms.

e·lec′tro·hy·drau′li·cal·ly adv.
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On the other hand, some advanced control algorithms were needed for force control of electrohydraulic systems.
* EHS provides component of an intelligent motion solution for electrohydraulic power steering and auxiliary power systems for heavy trucks and commercial buses
In this paper, we seek to design an electrohydraulic steering control system for autonomously guided agriculture tractors.
Two prospective randomized trials comparing electrohydraulic lithotripsy and extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy showed discordant results; Adamek et al.
For example, the control for the linear parameter-varying systems with piecewise constant parameters, the signal transmission system, and the fluid power electrohydraulic actuator system have been extensively investigated; see examples including [10-13].
Various high-velocity forming processes have been developed, including explosive forming (EXF), electromagnetic forming (EMF), and electrohydraulic forming (EHF).
The Zephyr Convertible was catalogued with an electrohydraulic power operated roof and all in all it was a very modern car for the 1950s.
The in-cab luxuries include extra legroom and a more comfortable seat, redesigned pilot towers with fingertip electrohydraulic controls, a multifunction lever on the steering column for control of turn signals, wipers and lights, and a state-of-the-art multi-language monitor.
HydraForce, which makes electrohydraulic controls, has become the first firm to move into the new Advanced Manufacturing Hub in Aston.
Prior to joining the team, John had experience as an electrohydraulic mechanical engineer with the UK's leading supplier of loading bay solutions, working for the likes of Tesco and Morrisons.
Koso America, for example, utilises the robust sensor for position sensing inside an electrohydraulic actuator suitable for ball valves of varying nominal width.