Keep up with Fluid Power Research Using CCEFP Webcasts

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

The summer schedule is set and includes overviews of a variety of research topics and projects:

6/17/2015
♦  Advanced Strain Energy Accumulator
♦  System Configuration & Control Using Hydraulic Transformers

 

7/8/2015
♦  High Performance Valves Enabled by Kinetic Energy
♦  Pressure Ripple Energy Harvester

 

7/22/2015
♦  Microtextured Surfaces for Low Friction and Low Leakage
♦  New Directions in the Rheology of Elastohydrodynamics

 

8/5/2015
♦  Actively Controlled Digital Pump/Motor
♦  Highway Vehicle – Hydraulic Hybrid Passenger Vehicle

 

8/19/2015
♦  Tele-operation Efficiency Improvements by Operator Interface
♦  Energy Efficient Fluids

Webcast Instructions:

  • To participate in the webcast teleconference, dial: (866) 865-2157, then enter the conference number: 7519913217#.
  • Login as a guest. Identify yourself by your company or institution, then by first and last name.
  • To view the presentation slides during the webcast, go to: https://umconnect.umn.edu/ccefp2015webcast/

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

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