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Jan

28

Thursday

Theory of Hydrostatic Machines and Hydrostatic Power Drives

3.00pm

Public

Centre for Compressor Technology Seminar Series 2016

Professor Konstantin Lebedev
Associate Professor
Department for Turbines, hydraulic machines and plane engines
Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia

Abstract

The lecture will outline physical process of transformation of energy in hydraulic machines, classification of the machines by the principle of action and by application. It will then outline constructive schemes of hydraulic pumps and engines, key working parameters and static graphic characteristics. Some positive and negative properties of such machines will be outlined.

In addition the lecture will cover the application, definition and structure of hydraulic power drives, their hydraulic schemes and comparison including static power characteristics.

Speaker's Bio

Professor Lebedev is associate professor in the department for Turbines, hydraulic machines and plane engines at Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic University in Russia. He was awarded PhD in 1979 for the research on Hydrodynamics of wave generator for harmonic drives. His main research and educational interest is in fluid power in hydrostatic machines. Prof Lebedev holds several patents in hydraulic drives and has extensively published in this area.

Venue

City University London, Room C316, Tait Building
Date: 28th January 2016
Time: 3.00pm
Coffee, tea and biscuits at the start of the lecture.

Contact

Mrs Anusha Rajeswaran: Anusha.Rajeswaran.1@city.ac.uk
Prof Ahmed Kovacevic: A.Kovacevic@city.ac.uk

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When & where

3.00pmThursday 28th January 2016

C316 Tait Building City, University of London Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom