Name to hydraulic systems that an auto mechanic would know well?
Car lift and a Jack
Yes, the word 'mechanic' is a common noun, a general word for any mechanic of any kind, anywhere. A proper noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or a title. A proper noun for the common noun 'mechanic' is the name of the mechanic, or for example: Chuck the Mechanic, Emergency Roadside Service, Austin, TX Mechanic Falls, ME (population 2,237) Mechanic Street, Mechanicville, NY 'The Mechanic' 1972 movie starring Charles Bronson
No. Only hydraulic oil can be used in hydraulic jacks. Hydraulic oil is compressed (a requirement for use in hydraulic cylinders) so that there are no air or other gases dissolved in it. Before adding hydraulic fluid to the jack, be certain that the fluid has been sitting for at least 24 hours to avoid introducing air into the hydraulic fluid in the chamber. You should be able to purchase hydraulic oil (sometimes it will…
One recalls reading somewhere ( World Alamanac?) that the Montgolfier brothers- better known as Balloon inventors, devised a ( Hydraulic Ram) that was something like an inverted siphon, and at least a forerunner of the hydraulic press.This would have been in the eighteenth century, about the time of ( and it was a lengthy one, Benjamin Franklin). The Montgolfiers were French. Name has nothing to do with Golf.