Introduction to the working principle of hydraulic buffers

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Introduction to the working principle of hydraulic buffers

The hydraulic shock absorber has not been spread to my country for a long time. Therefore, most people don't know what product it is, but they just don't understand it. In fact, hydraulic buffers rely on hydraulic damping to buffer them until they stop, playing a certain protective role.

   The working principle of hydraulic shock absorber is not complicated, as long as you grasp a few key points, you can easily understand it. The following editor will take everyone to understand it.hydraulic adjustable suspension

   When the hydraulic buffer is subjected to strong collision pressure, the kinetic energy is transferred to the piston via the plug and the acceleration spring, causing it to move to the right. Before the buffer was equipped with a return spring, oil and ejector rod. When the piston is squeezing, the oil in its cavity causes the reset compression to be compressed. At the same time, the oil is squeezed out from the annular gap between the piston and the ejector rod, and smoothly enters the oil storage chamber, and the piston starts to run. , Because the annular gap between it and the ejector rod is large, so the oil is easy to flow out. Once the piston continues to operate, the annular gap will become smaller and smaller, and the resistance of the piston will also continue to increase, until the cylindrical stage of the plunger, the resistance appears to a stable maximum.

   To put it simply, the process in which the hydraulic shock absorber is compressed is the process in which the piston squeezes the oil to do work. In this process, it consumes a lot of kinetic energy and sends it back as a buffer. When the work is completed, the piston is directly pushed to the original position by the return spring, completing the entire work cycle.

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