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Brendan Casey

Brendan Casey is a war-weary and battle-scarred veteran of the hydraulics industry. He's the author of The Hydraulic Troubleshooting Handbook, Insider Secrets to Hydraulics, Preventing Hydraulic Failures, The Definitive Guide to Hydraulic Troubleshooting...

in Hydraulics At Work Jun 29, 2015

Hydraulics Know-How: Just-In-Case versus Just-In-Time

A 'just in time' approach to learning (or learning more) about hydraulics is great in theory but doesn't work very well in practice. Because for just in time learning to work for you, you need to be able to define exactly what you need to know - and when you need to know it. And the trouble with hydraulics is, you never really know what....More

Alan Hitchcox

Alan joined Hydraulics & Pneumatics in 1987 with experience as a technical magazine editor and in industrial sales. He graduated with a BS in engineering technology from Franklin University and has also worked as a mechanic and service coordinator. He has taken technical courses in fluid...

in The Hitch Post Jul 01, 2015

How to Design Stable Closed-Loop Circuits

Robert Burton was an expert in electrohydraulic servo system design for more than 40 years. He contributed articles to Hydraulics & Pneumatics during the 1990s, and our September 1996 issue contains an in-depth article explaining electrohydraulic closed-loop control without of the complicated math that's often a part of tutorial....More
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