A more detailed discussion of fluid power principles and how hydraulic and pneumatic devices operate, Integrated Publishing offers twelve chapters of material,...
Ten times a year, the International Fluid Power Society publishes a journal with articles about industry news, trends, research, and events. With each regular...
The Institute of Hydraulics and Automation, located at the University of Tampere in Finland, has a very active research program with many focus areas. Digital...
The Division of Fluid Power Technology at Linköping University in Sweden has developed a digital simulation tool for fluid power system design. Called HOPSAN, ...
Students at Purdue University have built "what is thought to be the first vehicle that uses water in all of its hydraulic systems." This article highlights the...
This curriculum, endorsed by the Fluid Power Education Foundation, provides a comprehensive and hands-on introduction to pneumatics and fluid power...
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