Modeling the Operation of Bulk-Action Hybrid Piston Power Systems
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The operation of a bulk-action hybrid piston power unit is described by a mathematical model based on the laws of energy, mass, and momentum conservation and the equation of state. The influence of the pressure in the pump and compressor sections, the gap in the compressor section, and the eccentricity on the relation between the opposing liquid flow rates through the piston seal and on the thickness of the liquid layer above the piston is analyzed.
Keywords:piston compressor piston pump mathematical modeling cooling piston seal
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