Pneumatic systems, like hydraulic power systems, are classified as fluid power systems. The term hydraulics refers to a liquid used as the fluid, while the term pneumatic specifies a system that uses a compressed gas as the fluid. The gas most commonly used is compressed air, although some applications may use other gases, such as nitrogen or carbon dioxide.
"State the advantages of fluid power.
Describe the two major differences between liquids and gases.
State the formula used to compute force and pressure.
Explain how changes in one parameter will affect the other parameters in a pneumatic system.
Explain the significance of the amount of fluid flow in a pneumatic system."
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