Attend 2015 Fluid Power Research Webcasts

This series of bi-weekly webcasts highlights research progress and educational topics relevant to the fluid power industry. Produced by the [Engineering Research] Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP), the Webcasts are held on Wednesday afternoons at 1:00 pm Eastern/12:00 pm Central.

Here are the next seven on the schedule:

♦  Guest Speaker & Presentation:
♦  “Fluid Cleanliness in Fluid Power Applications” by Mr. Eric Krause, Sr. Technical Specialist, Pall Corporation

♦  Special Topics – Invited Guest Presenter (to be announced)

♦  Human Performance Modeling and User Centered Design
♦  Leakage and Seal Friction Reduction in Fluid Power Systems

♦  Variable Displacement External Gear Machine

♦  Mobile Human Scale Equipment-Hydraulic Patient Transfer Device
♦  MEMS Pneumatic Proportional Valve


For more information about the 2015 Research Series and to view archived webcasts, please click here.

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