The 2017 CCEFP Webinar Series continues next week on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 1:00pm EST/ 12:00pm CST. Topics will include the Portable Pneumatically Powered Orthoses project, which is one of the recently funded research projects. Mike Gust will also present a recap of Project AME.
Registration is required to attend this free webinar. Interested NFPA members should sign up for the Webinar Series by following this link. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email and relevant reminders containing information about joining the CCEFP Webinar, as well as updates for upcoming webinars.
The series is a monthly webcast about research, workforce and special topic presentations hosted by the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power and sponsored by NFPA. Listeners learn more about fluid power research projects at the CCEFP and how they benefit the fluid power industry. The schedule has been set through December 2017. Check the Webinar Series webpage for updates.
Here is the current webinar topic schedule:
|Date||Research or Special Topics Presentations|
|April 26, 2017||16HS2: Portable Pneumatically Powered Orthoses||Project AME: Additive Manufactured Excavator, Mike Gust, CCEFP|
|May 24, 2017||NFPA Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge||“Co-Simulation: The Road to a More Precise Model” by Celine Cabana, FD-Groups|
|June 28, 2017||CCEFP: Progress Update on Fluid Power Research Opportunities in the Federal Government|
|July 26, 2017||16HS1: Hybrid MEMS Proportional Fluid Control Valve||“Pulsation Prediction Using Detailed Pump Modeling and System Level Effects” by Rodrigo Aihara, Gamma Technologies|
|August 23, 2017||16MO3: Four-Quadrant Multi-Fluid Pump/Motor||16ST2: Investigation of Noise Transmission through Pump Casing|
|September 27, 2017||16HS3: Controlled Stirling Power Unit|
|November 15, 2017||16MO2: Control and Prognostic of Electro-Hydraulic Machines|
|December 13, 2017||CCEFP: State of the Center|
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