CCEFP Webinar Series Continues September 14

The CCEFP will host the next installment of their 2016 Webinar Series on Wednesday, September 14, which will feature three presentations. The projects covered will be “Portable Pneumatically Powered Orthoses,” “Simulation, Rheology and Efficiency of Polymer Enhanced Fluids,” and “Controlled Stirling Power Unit.”

The Webinar 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. The presentations offer a great opportunity to learn more about fluid power research projects at the CCEFP and how they benefit the fluid power industry. The next installment is July 13 and covers the Four-Quadrant Multi-Fluid Pump/Motor, Noise Transmission through Pump Casing, and the Control and Prognostic of Electro-Hydraulic Machines projects. Interested members can 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.

All webinars will take place Wednesday afternoons at 1:00pm Eastern/ 12:00pm Central. Here is the current webinar topic schedule:

Date Research or Special Topics Presentations
September 14, 2016 16HS2: Portable Pneumatically Powered Orthoses 16FT1: Simulation, Rheology and Efficiency of Polymer Enhanced Fluids 16HS3: Controlled Stirling Power Unit
November 9, 2016 Special Topic: Invited Guest Presenter
December 14, 2016 State of the CCEFP
by Professor and Director Kim A. Stelson

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