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Engineering & Construction Management Programme: Nationals in Engineering Unit: 15 - Electro, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems and Devices Activity No: 3 Student Name: Activity Title: Circuit Design Issue week number: 26 Date: 4 th April, 2011 Return week number: 31 Date: 27 th May, 2011 Tutor: Richard Thomas / Steve Quarrell Internal Verifier (IV): Richard Thomas Outcomes Covered: Understand the operation of fluid power devices and how they are represented as symbols in circuit diagrams Outcomes Covered: Know how fluid power principles are used in the design of circuits . Assessment Criteria Achieved Assessment Criteria Achieved P4 Carry out calculations that relate to the fluid power principles used in the design of circuits Yes/No P5 Produce a circuit diagram to meet a given pneumatic system specification Yes/No P6 Produce a circuit diagram to meet a given hydraulic system specification Yes/No P8 Carry out inspection, testing and fault finding on a given electro- pneumatic or electro-hydraulic system and produce a report of their findings.
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  • Spring '11
  • Khuxman
  • Circuit diagram, single acting cylinder, Fluid power, Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems and Devices, Stacking magazine

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