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How The Hydraulic Couplings Work?
Sep 21, 2017

The pump coupler and the turbine of the hydraulic coupling form a closed working chamber which allows the liquid to circulate. The pump wheel is mounted on the input shaft and the turbine is mounted on the output shaft. Power (internal combustion engine, motor, etc.) to drive the input shaft rotation, the liquid is centrifugal pump wheel thrown out.

      This high-speed liquid enters the turbine and then drives the turbine to rotate, passing the energy from the pump wheel to the output shaft. The final liquid returns to the pump wheel, forming a cycle of flow. The hydraulic coupler interacts with the pump wheel and the blade of the turbine to produce a change in momentum moments to impart torque. Its output torque is equal to the input torque minus the friction torque, so its output torque is always less than the input torque.