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1.0INTRODUCTION.A pump produces liquid movement or flow, it does not generate pressure. It produces the flow necessary for the development of pressure which is a function of resistance to fluid flow in the system. For example, the pressure of the fluid at the pump outlet is zero for a pump not connected to a system (load). Further, for a pump delivering into a system, the pressure will rise only to the level necessary to overcome the resistance of the load.1.0.1 PROBLEM BACKGROUND.In the industrial sector pumps have been designed and fabricated to be used in many processing and manufacturing companies. Hydraulic machines can be equipped with a pump to do different types of work such as lift, lower, open, close or rotate components. We need pumps as a source of power for pumping fluids. They are capable of pushing large amounts of oil through hydraulic cylinders or hydraulic motors, in this scenario the pump converts mechanical energy of the drive (that is, torque, speed) into hydrostatic energy (that is flow, pressure).Positive displacement have the following merits over non-positive displacement pumps; High operating pressure (400bar -700bars),are compact in size, high volumetric efficiency ,circuit flexibility of performance, that is, can operate over a wide range of pressure requirements and speed variations, optimum efficiency and reliability and it has high speed and torque.Due to technical advancement globally, there is a need to improve efficiency, control mec

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