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This resource, provided by Innovative Curriculum for Industrial Automation, is the sixth in a series of eleven Industrial Robotics modules. This module describes the characteristics of both hydraulic and pneumatic systems; discusses the characteristics of fluid flow; explains Pascal's Law and how it is applied in fluid power systems; defines the factors involved in calculating force, pressure, and area; and identifies the components in a fluid power system and explains the use of each. Related modules are available to view separately. 

Alternate Title Industrial Robotics Module Six: Fluid Power Systems
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