Sizing a gear pump for project

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The speed change on the log splitter is due solely to resistance which spikes initially and then varies at a lower level as the wedge is driven through the log. If the log pops, it's one spike and smooth after that. Using something for a crane, the resistance is established as you pick it up and if the resistance isn't so much as to activate the over pressure cutout you won't have that much change, it will occur smoothly and stabilize until the load changes . i see no reason to worry about that.
 
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The speed change on the log splitter is due solely to resistance which spikes initially and then varies at a lower level as the wedge is driven through the log. If the log pops, it's one spike and smooth after that. Using something for a crane, the resistance is established as you pick it up and if the resistance isn't so much as to activate the over pressure cutout you won't have that much change, it will occur smoothly and stabilize until the load changes . i see no reason to worry about that.

Good to know, thanks
 
 
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