The Fluid Power Systems & Technology Division (FPST) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and The University of Bath Centre for Power Transmission and Motion Control (PTMC) invite you to this international symposium on fluid power and motion control.
The Symposium will be of great interest and value to all practitioners and researchers in the fluid power, power transmission and motion control community.
The Symposium will include technical presentations and a keynote speech given the 2017recipient of the prestigious Robert E. Koski Medal.
The Fluid Power Systems & Technology Division (FPST) is concerned with advancing the design and analysis of fluid power components, such as hydraulic and pneumatic actuators, pumps, motors and modulating components, in various systems and applications.
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