CCEFP Summit

CCEFP Summit
University of Minnesota

Virtual

September 22-23, 2020
(Program is hosted in Central Time)

 The Summit is a bi-annual meeting for the fluid power industry and academic researcher collaborators in the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power.  The Summit connects industry to university resources and talent through technical presentations, networking opportunities, facility tours of the host university, and special features. To conclude the event, the Summit offers a closed-door meeting of the CCEFP Industry Engagement Committee (IEC).


Today’s Event

Zoom: https://umn.zoom.us/s/94976529414
Passcode: CCEFP2020

 

AGENDA

DAY 1: 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22:  CCEFP Summit

1:30 PM        Zoom virtual event will open 

1:40        CCEFP OPENING REMARKS

  • CCEFP Summit Overview
  • Another CCEFP Transition – Alyssa, Corinne

2:00        SESSION I: FLUID POWER COMPONENTS 

  • Electrohydraulic System Diagnostics with Recursive Spectral Analysis – Z. Sun, U of Minnesota
  • Polymer-Enhanced Fluid Effects on the Dynamic Response of Hydraulic Pumps – P. Michael, MSOE
  • Understanding Interfacial Mechanisms to Design and Manufacture High-Performance Ionic Liquid Lubricants – A. Martini, U of California-Merced

3:30        Break (15 minutes) SESSION I CONTINUED

  • Electro-Hydraulic Axial Piston Machine – L. Shang, and A. Vacca, Purdue U
  • Individual Electro-Hydraulic Drive for Off-Road Vehicles – A. Vacca, Purdue U
  • A New Approach for Increasing Efficiency of Agricultural Tractors and Implements – A. Vacca, Purdue U
  • Efficient, Compact, and Smooth Variable Propulsion Motor – J. Van de Ven, U of Minnesota)

5:30        Break

6:00         Guided Beer and Cheese Pairing Experience Social Event (free, pre-registration encouraged)

 

DAY 2:
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23: CCEFP Summit & IEC Meeting

8:30 AM        Zoom virtual event will open 

8:45         WELCOMING REMARKS

9:00         SESSION II: FLUID SYSTEMS & APPLICATIONS 

  • Short-term Energy Storage System for Hydraulic Hybrid Wind Turbine Transmissions – K. Stelson, U Minnesota
  • Lateral Micro-drilling Autonomous Robotic System – J. Garcia-Bravo, Purdue U
  • Soft Robotics: The Next Opportunity for Fluid Power – E. Barth, Vanderbilt U

10:30        Break (15 minutes) SESSION II CONTINUED

  • Hybrid Hydraulic-Electric Architecture for Mobile Machines – P Li, U of Minnesota
  • Heavy Duty Dynamometer for Off-highway Applications – B. Stewart, Iowa State U

12:00 PM    Break for lunch and/or informal lunch networking on Zoom

1:00        SESSION III: SPECIAL TOPICS 

  • Scalable Synthesis of Nanofibers for Energy Storage and Air Filtration Applications – Y. Zhang, Argonne National Lab
  • Excavator and Wheel-loader Modeling: Building Blocks to Evaluate Efficient Powertrain Solutions – V. Freyermuth, Argonne National Lab
  • Optimization and Evaluation of Energy Savings for Connected and Autonomous Off-Road Vehicles – Z. Sun, U of Minnesota

3:00        Break

3:15        CCEFP IEC MEETING (60 minutes) 

 

 


REGISTRATION

Registration is OPEN

CCEFP Industry Members: $150
NFPA Pascal Society Members: $185
Media: $75
Faculty, students, staff: $0
Other attendees: $185


EVENT LOCATION

Virtually
University of Minnesota
Department of Mechanical Engineering
111 Church Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455


EVENT CONTACTS

Corinne Komor, CCEFP

komo0012@umn.edu

Mike Gust, CCEFP

mjgust@umn.edu