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The term fluid power refers to energy that is transmitted via a fluid under pressure. With hydraulics, that fluid is a liquid such as oil or water. With pneumatics, the fluid is typically compressed air or inert gas. Fluid power’s motive force comes from the principle that pressure applied to a confined fluid is transferred uniformly and undiminished to every portion of the fluid and to the walls of the container that holds the fluid. A surface such as a cylinder piston will move if the difference in force across the piston is larger than the total load plus frictional forces. The resulting net force can then accelerate the load proportionately to the ratio of the force divided by the mass.
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