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Liftlocks allow for watercraft to navigate from one elevation to another. The following is my understanding of how they work. They consist of two chambers filled with …water and boats can enter which sit on top of huge hydraulic rams. The rams of the two chambers are connected underground allowing for the hydraulic fluid to flow between the two rams. One boat chamber is normally parked at the top elevation and the other at the bottom of the lift locks. When a boat, or boats, enter the top chamber the amount of water in that chamber is adjusted to make the chamber heavier than the bottom chamber. The heavier chamber then forces the hydraulic fluid to move from its ram to the lower chamber's ram. The upper chamber will then move downward while pushing the lower chamber upward until each have reached the ends of their travel. Now the lower chamber is parked at the top of the lift and the upper chamber is parked at the bottom of the lift and the process will begin again when another boat comes along. The upper chamber does not have to have boats in it to begin the process; a boat can enter the lower chamber and the adjustment of water volume in each chamber will cause the hydraulic fluid to flow and the chambers to move through their cycle. There can be as many boats in either chamber as will physically fit and the lift locks will still work. I live in a city which, until recently, had the highest liftlocks in the world which were built in 1904. You can get more information here: http://mypeterborough.info/liftlocks.php
Assume a small piston (one square inch area) applies a weight of 1 lbs. to a confined hydraulic fluid. That provides a pressure of 1 lbs. per square inch throughout the …fluid. If another larger piston with an area of 10 square inches is in contact with the fluid, that piston will feel a force of 1 lbs/square inch x 10 square inches = 10 lbs. So we can apply 1 lbs. to the small piston and get 10 lbs.
A hydraulic lift works by having pressure travel through a tube into another. One tube is smaller forcing air into the larger one in order to push and raise the lift.
Hydraulic lifts utilize a hydraulic piston or ram, typically oil filled, to supply the lifting force for raising or lowering an object/load. These hydraulic systems are usuall…y subdivided by the initial force that drives the hydraulic pump which supplies pressure for the piston. Air/Hydraulics (air over hydraulics) and Electric/Hydraulics (electric over hydraulics) are the two most popular types of power supplies for hydraulic driven systems. Cables and pulleys are often incorporated in hydraulic systems to provide equalization between multiple hydraulic cylinders that must work in unison and to remotely transfer the lifting force to areas where a large cylinder would be impractical to locate.
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Force is equal to pressure times area. By increasing the area of the output force, the force goes way up. This is because water cannot be compressed, and therefore the pr…essure cannot change. In this way, a hydraulic device works almost like a lever. It increases the area of the output force and therefore decreases the amount of input force needed.
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A mechanic uses a hydraulic lift to raise a 1200kg car 0.5m off the ground how much work does the lift do on the car?
I Did this when I was little too, all you do is w= f(d) The answer is 600J
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hydraulic lift working on a tractor base upon load vs power
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Air is not compressible
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There is actually a wood and plastic kit of that and similar things. Seen in A Canadian Model store,but can't remember the kit name.