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The Working Principle of Aerodynamics


The Working Principle of Aerodynamics

The Dynamic Effect of Compressed Air

The working principle of aerodynamics is based on the dynamic action of compressed air.

The pneumatic system uses compressed air as the power source and controls the operating components (such as cylinders and pneumatic motors) to achieve rotation, expansion, or other types of mechanical motion. Specifically, the working process of a pneumatic system includes the following steps:

1.The mechanical energy output by a prime mover (such as an electric motor) is converted into pressure energy of air, which is usually achieved through an air compressor.

2.The compressed air is then stored and guided through control components such as solenoid valves.

3.The control element adjusts the direction and pressure of compressed air to drive the actuator to generate the required mechanical motion, such as linear or rotary motion.

In addition, the pressure in the pneumatic system can be controlled through a pressure regulating valve to meet different working requirements. An important characteristic of pneumatic systems is their environmental friendliness, as they do not produce any chemical reactions during the pneumatic process and do not consume or pollute any components of the air. Meanwhile, due to the lower viscosity of gases compared to liquids, pneumatic systems have faster flow speeds and higher efficiency.

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