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What are the classifications of accumulators

Gas Pressure Accumulators: This type of accumulator uses compressed gas (usually nitrogen) to store energy in a closed container. When external pressure is applied, the gas is compressed and energy is stored in the accumulator. When energy is needed to be released, gas will push the liquid or perform other mechanical work.
Spring Accumulators: Spring accumulators use springs to store energy. When external force or pressure is applied, the spring is compressed, storing energy in the accumulator. When energy needs to be released, the spring will expand and release its stored energy.
Hydraulic Accumulators: Hydraulic accumulators store energy by storing liquids (usually hydraulic oil) in closed containers. When external pressure is applied, the liquid is compressed and energy is stored. When energy is needed to be released, the stored liquid is released, generating pressure for performing work.
Capacitor Accumulators: Capacitor accumulators use an electric field to store electrical energy. When an external voltage is applied, positive and negative charges accumulate between the plates of the capacitor and store energy in the accumulator. When energy needs to be released, the stored charges are released, generating current for power transmission or performing other tasks.
Kinetic Accumulators: This type of accumulator typically includes a rotor, flywheel, or other rotating machinery. When external power is applied, these rotating components acquire kinetic energy and store it in the accumulator. When energy needs to be released, the rotating parts will rotate, releasing the stored kinetic energy.
These are the main classifications of accumulators. Each type of accumulator has its unique advantages and limitations in different applications. It is very important to choose the appropriate type of accumulator based on specific application requirements and engineering requirements.

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