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A Hydraulic Device.

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Introduction

A Hydraulic Device. I have to design a hydraulic device that can lift weights heavier than are applied to it. The ratio of the load /effort is called the Mechanical Advantage. This should be greater than one for the device to be worth making. ...read more.

Middle

This is shown in the diagram. How it Worked I out weights on the large syringe and found out the smallest weight that would raise this by putting this smaller weight on the smaller syringe. ...read more.

Conclusion

Diameter of syringe 1 = mm. So radius = mm Area = ?r2 So the area of the syringe = Diameter of syringe 2 = mm. So radius = mm Area = ?r2 So the area of the syringe = So the expected mechanical advantage would be = ...read more.

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