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View Resource HOPSAN - An Integrated Simulation Environment for Simulation of Fluid Power Systems

The Division of Fluid Power Technology at Linköping University in Sweden has developed a digital simulation tool for fluid power system design. Called HOPSAN, the software can be freely downloaded from the Web site to run on the Windows operating system. This page has some screen shots of the software along with documentation to help those who download it use it.

View Resource Water-Hydraulic Vehicle Built by Purdue Students

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 students' achievement, considers the rationale behind this original design, and discusses research in hydrostatic bearings at the University.

View Resource Fluid Power Textbook

A more detailed discussion of fluid power principles and how hydraulic and pneumatic devices operate, Integrated Publishing offers twelve chapters of material, complete with diagrams. The text was "intended as a basic reference for all Navy personnel whose duties require them to have a knowledge of the fundamentals of fluid power." Along with an introduction to fluid power, this text covers...

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