Fluid Power Net International (FPNI)
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Founded 1998, as a joint initiative of: Fluidteknikk, Institutt for Termisk Energi og Vannkraft (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway); Institute of Heavy Duty Machines (Krakow University of Technology, Poland); Department of Control and Engineering Design (Technical University of Denmark); Subsea Engineering Research Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering (Monash University, Australia). Most recent statutes adopted, June 2006, Sarasota FL (USA), during 4th PhD Symposium. Registered in the USA, 2012.
As a worldwide community for networking in the area of fluid power and fluid techniques; bring people together; provide information about fluid power developments and publications; strengthen the standing of fluid power and fluid techniques in industry; promote fluid power and fluid techniques as an autonomous scientific/technical discipline; promote the multi-disciplinary nature of modern fluid power systems.Available with paid subscription only.
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