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hydraulic fluid

noun
1.
a fluid, usually of low viscosity, as oil, used in a hydraulic system.
Origin
1940-1945
1940-45
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  • The bending pumps hydraulic fluid through a motor, which generates electricity.
  • When a vehicle using the technology hits a small bump in the road, hydraulic fluid squirts into a turbine.
  • Ocean waves move the hydraulic fluid, which spins the generator.
  • Instead, the engine pressurizes the nitrogen tank, which pushes hydraulic fluid to drive the wheels.
  • Pumps drive hydraulic fluid to move the hip and knees at the same time, so that the hip swings through a step as one knee bends.
  • The energy storage system consists of two hydraulic fluid storage vessels.
  • Acting as a pump, the hydraulic drive is used to re-pressurize hydraulic fluid by using the momentum of the vehicle.
  • Drain hydraulic fluid, disconnect electrical and hydraulic lines, and remove existing power unit.
  • The contractor shall remove all hydraulic fluid and oil spillage caused by the collection vehicles at the loading dock.
  • hydraulic fluid shall be replenished through control valves when required from a storage reservoir.

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