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How do you size a hydraulic cylinder?

The surface area of the bore is calculated by taking the diameter and dividing it by 3.14 X R2. If you use a 3-inch bore cylinder, the radius is 1.5 x 1.5 x 3.14), which is 7.065 square inches. Then add up the number by the amount of water being used.

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