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Motor size vs. flow rate, shaft torque, shaft power and hydraulic power.
Equations for hydraulic pumps:
Q = D n / 1000 (1)
Q = flow rate (l/min)
D = displacement of piston (cm 3 /rev)
n = revolutions (rpm)
- rev = revolution
- rpm = revolution per minute
T = D p / 20 π (2)
T = torque (Nm)
p = pressure (bar)
P s = T n / 9554 (3)
P s = shaft power (kW)
P h = Q p / 600 (4)
P h = hydraulic power (kW)
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