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Solenoid Valves Practical Problems

Suppose this valve control system has a problem. The control valve (LV-104) does not move to the full-open position as it should when the solenoid is de-energized, although it will move when the 4-20 mA current signal to the I/P transducer is varied while the solenoid is energized:

Solenoid Valves Problems

Solenoid valves Practical Problems

Identify the likelihood of each specified fault for this circuit.

Consider each fault one at a time (i.e. no coincidental faults), determining whether or not each fault could independently account for all measurements and symptoms in this circuit.

Solenoid Valves Problems

Answer :

The below tables shows the solutions, showing possible faults and Impossible faults.

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Solenoid Valves Problems and Solutions

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