Alternating Current Hydraulic Drive the Possibility of Applying in the Automotive Industry

  • Tamás FeketeEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering book series (LNME)


For the drive technology tasks are used different system drives. One of these drives is the well-known direct-current hydraulic drive (DCH). The hydraulic drives can be classified among a new version of the new hydraulic drives: the alternating-current hydraulic drive (ACH). The spread of the drive innovation problems hinder, in turn it has many favourable features, which influence positively the transmission properties of the drive. With the development of this type of drive is dealt at the Department of Machine Tools the leadership of Dr. János Lukács about 40 years. The subject in the field of several doctoral dissertations, patents, scientific articles and student papers have been written. I got into the research work within the framework of doctoral training. My task was within the topic of alternating-current hydraulic drives: the transmission properties of the synchronous alternating-current hydraulic drive. I would like to introduce on the Department of Machine Tools that I built help of alternating-current hydraulic drive, this drive is advantageous and disadvantageous features, knowing that they these transmission properties can be used advantageously machines of the automotive industry.


Synchronous alternating-current hydraulic drive Hydromotor Hydrogenerator 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of MiskolcMiskolcHungary

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