Fluid Power Net International (FPNI)
Founded 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, Jun 2006, Sarasota FL (USA), during 4th PhD Symposium. Registered in the USA, 2012. 2016, ceased to exist following merger with U-XF7001 - Network of Fluid Power Centres in Europe (FPCE) to become C-AA0018 - Global Fluid Power Society (GFPS) .
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.
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