- busterwasmycatLv 72 years ago
the fluid is (relatively) incompressible, so putting pressure on one part forces the fluid to move and apply pressure elsewhere. I push here, it moves over there. It is the use of a fluid rather than a solid to transfer the pressure. Whatever volume change you have at the master cylinder must be accommodated at the other end through a motion. This is why air in the lines is bad, though, because air bubbles will compress and interfere with the transfer of volume.
- 2 years ago
Pascal's Law is the working principle of hydraulic system. The Hydraulic Cylinder design will contain two cylinder arranged paralell with pipe. The larger one having high lifting capacity. A piston is placed inside the cylinder. This is for pushing hydraulic fluids. For more details on Hydraulic cylinder working. Do, check the link