Marine Industry

In most marine applications, a hydraulic system must offer low noise, precision control, and low energy cost benefits. With the hoist and wench in this example, HyPneu will simulate and optimize all these parameters. If the design and specification changes without notice or obligation, the designer must respond immediately. HyPneu will allow the user to increase reliability where needed—especially in heavy loaded applications—common in the marine industry. Large or small motors can be replicated with one click on two page to compare the small and large in one simulation. Header and branch systems can also be simulated with easy adjustments.

In most marine applications, a hydraulic system must offer low noise, precision control, and low energy cost benefits. With the hoist and wench shown, HyPneu will simulate and optimize all these parameters. When the design and specification would change without notice or obligation, the designer must have results quick. HyPneu will allow you to increase reliability where needed, especially in heavy loaded applications, such as the marine industry. Large or small motors can be replicated by one click, or two pages comparing the small and large in one simulation. Even header and branch systems can be simulated with easy adjustments.

Hydraulic steering systems in marine applications are typically equipped with hydraulic steering systems and are proportional to the number of turns the wheel can steer. This ratio can be determined by the cylinder, pump, and rudders. With different cylinders, the turns can decrease and increase the response. Using HyPneu in this application will ensure the timing and adjustments are correct to reduce system testing.

Hydraulic bilge pump systems are typically designed for low maintenance with no need for wear plates, seals, electrical parts. Hydraulic bilges are designed to handle dry situations due to hydraulic power and will not suffer from cavitation. With hydraulic power, pumps can be smaller with multiple speeds. The electrical circuits become damaged from being in water, but using hydraulics creates no electrical hazard. Designing or maintaining the system with HyPneu reduces pump down time and significantly reduces cost.