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### How do you calculate hydraulic pressure?

- To calculate hydraulic pressure use the formula p = F/A, where F is the force, and A is the surface area.
### What is the unit of hydraulic pressure?

- Hydraulic pressure is measured in pascal (Pa) units, which are equal to N/m² or kg/(m*s²).
### What happens if hydraulic pressure is too high?

- If the hydraulic pressure is too high, the system will use excessive input energy resulting in the fluid overheating. In addition, overpressurization can cause mechanical damage and valve plate separation.
### What is meant by hydraulic pressure?

- Hydraulic pressure is the pressure exerted by a fluid on a surface or structure with which it has contact.
### What is the difference between hydraulic and hydrostatic pressure?

- The difference between hydrostatic pressure and hydraulic pressure is that while hydrostatic pressure is the pressure of a "standing liquid" due to the force of gravity, hydraulic pressure is the pressure in a fluid system that is being acted on by a compressor or pump (an exterior force).

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