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FPMC 2019ASME/BATH 2019 SYMPOSIUM ONFLUID POWER AND MOTION CONTROLCONFERENCEOctober 7–9, 9/The American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME Zota Beach ResortLong Boat Key, Florida


Dear Colleagues,Welcome to the ASME/Bath 2019 Symposium on Fluid Power and Motion Control (FPMC 2019) held atthe Zota Beach Resort, on the powdery white sands and brilliant turquoise waters of Sarasota’s LongboatKey, Florida. I hope you will find the technical program of the symposium engaging. I also hope that you willenjoy the social events and further develop your network with colleagues.Welcomefrom theConferenceOrganizerThe symposium has been jointly organized by the University of Bath and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and has been held every year, alternating between Bath and locations in the USAsince 2009. This conference provides a forum for the international fluid power community from academiaand industry to discuss recent developments and future challenges in fluid power technology.For this edition of the Symposium, we received 78 submissions, with the final program including 56 papers.Following the tradition of the Bath Symposium offering a single-track conference, the 56 papers will be presented in 11 sessions distributed over the three days of the conference.On Tuesday, we will have the Koski Lecture, presented by Dr. Peter Achten (the 2019 Koski Medalawardee). On the last day of the conference, we will have a panel session with representatives fromwell-known fluid power companies. The panel will focus on the emerging topic of connected and autonomous fluid power systems.Each day of the conference includes social events. On Monday evening, there will be a picnic on the beachat the Zota Beach Resort. On Tuesday evening, we will have the Koski Banquet. During the banquet, theASME Robert Koski Medal will be formally awarded to the 2019 recipient, Dr. Peter Achten. Beyond theevening events, lunches, and coffee breaks, there will be many opportunities to network within the fluidpower community.Many individuals and organizations have generously given their time and resources to make the 2019ASME/Bath Symposium a success. I am really grateful to all the volunteers on the Organizing Committee,Program Committee, Editorial Board, and numerous others, who have given their support behind thescenes. I also would like to thank the outstanding group of Sponsors who have supported this event. At theend of this program, please find a page highlighting our generous sponsors. Without their contributions, itwould not have been possible to organize a successful event.I am confident that you will find this conference an exciting and technically rewarding event.Again, welcome, and thank you for your participation. Please enjoy the conference and this beautifulbeach location.Sincerely,Jim Van de VenGeneral ChairUniversity of MinnesotaJim Van de VenGeneral ChairUniversity of Minnesota3

ProgramFPMC 2019 ProgramSessionsSessionOrganizerEventWelcome / Opening RemarksJames Van de VenControl Design Methodologies And Techniques For Fluid Power Systems 1Damiano PadovaniModeling And Design Of Fluid Power ComponentsAndrew PlummerMonday Oct 78:00AM–8:15AMSession 1Monday Oct 78:15AM–9:55AMSession 2Monday Oct 710:15AM–12:15PMEventLunchMonday Oct 712:15PM–1:15PMSession 3New Approaches To System Modeling And System DesignMatthias LiermannSafety, Reliability, Fault Analysis And DiagnosisTravis WiensMonday Oct 71:15PM–3:15PMSession 4Monday Oct 73:45PM–5:05PMEventBBQ Picnic On The BeachMonday Oct 75:30PM–7:00PMEventGFPS MeetingMonday Oct 77:15PM–8:15PMSession 5Fluid Power Drives And TransmissionsBernhardManhartsgruberProperties Of Hydraulic FluidsQingHui YuanTuesday Oct 87:45AM–9:45AMSession 6Tuesday Oct 810:15AM–12:15PM4

ProgramEventLunchTuesday Oct 812:15PM–1:15PMEventKoski LectureDr. Peter AchtenHydrostatic Pumps And Motors 1Noah ManringHydrostatic Pumps And Motors 2Nigel JohnstonASME FPST Executive Committee MeetingQingHui YuanTuesday Oct 81:15PM–2:15PMSession 7Tuesday Oct 82:15PM–3:55PMSession 8Tuesday Oct 84:25PM–5:45PMEventTuesday Oct 85:45PM–6:45PMEventKoski Reception and BanquetTuesday Oct 87:00PM–10:00PMSession 9Digital And Switched Fluid Power SystemsRudolf ScheidlHydraulic Control ValvesSteven WeberWednesday Oct 97:45AM–9:45AMSession 10Wednesday Oct 910:15AM–12:15PMEventLunchWednesday Oct 912:15pm-1:15pmEventIndustry PanelMichael GustControl Design Methodologies And Techniques For Fluid Power Systems 2Heikki HandroosWednesday Oct 91:15PM–2:45PMSession 11Wednesday Oct 93:15PM–4:55PM5

General InformationGENERAL INFORMATIONCONFERENCE NETWORKING BREAKSThe Fluid Power Systems & Technology Division (FPST) of the AmericanSociety of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and The University of Bath Centrefor Power Transmission and Motion Control (PTMC) is an internationalsymposium on fluid power and motion control. The Symposium will be ofgreat interest and value to all practitioners and researchers in the fluidpower, power transmission, and motion control community. The Symposiumincludes technical presentations and a keynote speech given by the 2019recipient of the prestigious Robert E. Koski Medal.Morning and afternoon breaks will be provided in the Zara Zota BallroomPre-function. Come and meet our exhibitors and join your fellow attendeesfor a few minutes of networking and discussion. The schedule is as follows:CONFERENCE TOPICS: Modeling and design of fluid power components Control design methodologies and techniques for fluidpower systems and applications Novel fluid power configurations, including efficiency andpower saving circuits/architectures New approaches to system modeling and system design Safety, reliability, fault analysis, and diagnosis Noise and vibration Fluid power in renewable energy Fluid power in teleoperation and haptics Fluid power in self-powered, mobile, and industrial robots Environmental aspects of fluid power Fluid power drives and transmissions Smart fluids and materials Water hydraulics Digital and switched fluid power systemsAUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT INSESSION ROOMSA laptop will also be provided. Please bring your presentation on a thumbdrive to upload onto the laptop prior to your session.BADGE REQUIRED FOR ADMISSIONAll conference attendees must wear the official ASME 2019 FPMC badgeat all times in order to gain admission to the technical sessions, exhibits,and other conference events. Without a badge, you will NOT be allowedto attend any conference activities. Your badge also provides a helpfulintroduction to other attendees.Monday,Tuesday,Wednesda,October 7October 8October 99:55AM–10:15AM 3:15PM–3:45PM9:45AM–10:15AM 3:55PM–4:25PM9:45AM–10:15AM 2:45PM–3:15PMCONFERENCE BREAKFASTS, LUNCHESAND DINNERSA Continental Breakfast, buffet Lunch will be served each day from 12:15PMto 1:15PM in the Viento Terrace. On Monday, October 7 from 5:30PM to7:00PM join us at Sunset Sand Garden for a fun BBQ Beach pinic!Breakfast Hours:Monday,October 7 7:30AM–8:00PMTuesday,October 8 7:15AM–7:45PMWednesday,October 9 7:15AM–7:45PMKOSKI AWARDS BANQUET(TICKET REQUIRED FOR GUESTS ONLY)Join us on Tuesday, October 8 from 7:00PM to 10:00PM in the Zara ZotaBallroom for a reception and gala banquet dinner, where we will honor andpresent the Robert E. Koski Medal to Dr. Peter Achten. The Robert E. KoskiMedal recognizes individuals who have advanced the art and practice offluid power motion and control through education and/or innovation.CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGSEach attendee will receive an email during/after the conference withan individual link for online access to all of the papers accepted forpresentation at the conference. In the event you do not receive the email,send a request to The official conference archivalproceedings will be published after the conference and will not includeaccepted papers that were not presented at the conference. The officialconference proceedings is registered with the Library of Congress and aresubmitted for abstracting and indexing. The proceedings is published on theASME Digital Library.REGISTRATIONRegistration will be located in the Zara Zota Ballroom Pre-function area ofthe hotel. The hours are as follows:Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,6October 6October 7October 8October AM–4:00PM

General InformationEXHIBIT HOURSCOMMITTEE MEETINGSExhibits will be located in the Zara Zota Ballroom Pre-function area ofthe hotel. The hours are as follows:Monday,October 77:00AM–5:00PMTuesday,October 87:00AM–6:00PMWednesday,October 97:00AM–4:00PMGFPS MeetingMonday, October 77:15PM–8:15PMAndrea VaccaPrivate Dining RoomREGISTRANTS WITH DISABILITIESWhenever possible, we are pleased to make arrangements for registrantswith disabilities. Advance notice may be required for certain requests. Foron-site assistance, please visit the conference registration area and ask tospeak with a conference representative.HOTELZota Beach Resort is located on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. Longboat’snewest luxury beach resort features modern architectural touches along withstylish accommodations and distinctive dining experiences that reflect therelaxed ambiance of Florida’s West Coast.

At Zota Beach Resort,you’ll enjoy relaxed beachfront luxury along with easy access to theupscale shopping, entertainment, and restaurants at St. Armands Circle.You are also invited to indulge in a variety of resort amenities ideal for familyvacations and romantic weekend getaways, including their sun-drenchedoutdoor pool area and chic wine bar and over 2,700 square feetof beachfront event space.FPST Executive MeetingTuesday, October 85:45PM–6:45PMChair: QingHui YuanPrivate Dining RoomQUESTIONS ABOUT THE MEETINGIf you have any questions or need assistance, an ASME representative willbe located at the conference registration area.Zota Beach Resort4711 Gulf of Mexico DriveLongboat Key, Florida 34228Phone Number: 941-383-2481The Origins of Zota Beach ResortZota Beach Resort is inspired by the indigenous name for the area ofSarasota, Zara Zota. Historians believe that early Spanish explorers spottedthe white sands on the barrier island from a distance and were reminded ofthe Sahara Desert. The native origin of the word Zota is blue waters; thus,the area became known as Zara Zota, the Sahara by the blue waters. Overtime the name evolved to become what is known today as Sarasota7

BanquetROBERT E. KOSKI MEDALEstablished in 2007, the Robert E. Koski Medal recognizes individuals who have advancedthe art and practice of fluid power motion and control through education and/or innovation.The Medal was established by the Fluid Power Systems and Technology Division tohonor Robert E. Koski's contributions to the field of Design Engineering and DynamicSystems and Control.ROBERT E. KOSKI MEDAL 201720182019Wolfgang BackeClifford R. BurrowsJan Ove PalmbergYongxiang LuRichard T. BurtonSiegfried HelduserWayne J. BookHubertus J. MurrenhoffMonika IvantysynovaKim StelsonWerner DieterLuca G. ZarottiPeter AchtenDr. Peter Achten is the owner and director of INNAS, an engineering and innovationcompany in Breda, the Netherlands. He has a master’s and doctorate degree fromEindhoven University of Technology.Dr. Peter Achten2019 E. Koski Medal RecipientBetween 1982 and 1987, he worked at CE Delft, an independent research andconsultancy organization, specialized in developing innovative solutions toenvironmental problems. In 1987 he founded his own company, INNAS, short forInnovation Associates. INNAS is a privately owned, independent R&D companylocated in Breda, the Netherlands. Peter Achten has been involved in numerousresearch and development projects, including work on alternative fuels for theInternational Energy Agency and the development of hybrid vehicles.In 2008, the Mechatronics, Informatics & Control Group of the Institution of MechanicalEngineers awarded him with the Joseph Bramah Medal. Since 2010, he is a memberof the editorial board of the Journal of Systems and Control Engineering. He haswritten and co-authored over 100 publications and holds more than 30 patents.8

Koski LectureKOSKI MEDAL LECTUREPETER ACHTENWhere is the coxswain?The 2019 Koski lecture will be completely devoted to innovation. Industrialinnovation is the ability and capability of an industry to adapt to changes insociety, by means of developing new technical solutions for the market. Thefluid power industry is facing many of such changes and challenges. Butthe industry seems to have lost the capability, and maybe even the abilityto create any new, groundbreaking technical solutions. For certain, thereis innovation, especially by adding electronics and sensors for diagnostics,control, and communication. But the fundamental flaws of hydraulic systems,such as energy efficiency and costs, are neglected.Solving these issues is not only a necessity, but also offers an enormousopportunity for the hydraulic industry to grow in the future. There are nofundamental physical or economic reasons that would force hydraulicsystems and components to have a poor efficiency or to be expensive. Ifhydraulic components and systems would be as efficient and cost-effectiveas mechanical transmissions (which is possible), it would allow the fluidpower market to expand their business beyond the current constraints ofthe eroding market niche they are in.Innovation demands dedication, focus, and mandated management support.It should be a continuous activity and standard business of any company.Innovation also needs to be based on projects. The development of thefloating cup principle is such a project. This presentation will use this projectas an example how to create and manage an ongoing innovation projectover a period of more than 15 years.Finally, innovation needs strong leadership. It needs a “coxswain” whosteers and guides the boat towards the future, and who motivates the rowing team and keeps them safe. The final question is: where are the new fluidpower coxswains?9

Industry PanelINDUSTRY PANEL - AUTOMATION, CONNECTIVITY AND BIG DATAIN FLUID POWER SYSTEMS AND OFF-ROAD VEHICLESWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9ZOTA BALLROOM1:15PM–2:45PMPanel Moderator: Mike Gust, Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid PowerFull or semi-autonomous vehicles, vehicle-to-vehicle or -jobsiteconnectivity, and the collection, analysis and conversion into usefulinformation of large amounts of data are market trends affecting bothcurrent and future off-road vehicles. This impact will be felt throughout theentire value chain including fluid power components and systems. Join ouresteemed industry panel as they discuss how their organizations arepreparing for these disruptive market forces.INVITED SPEAKERSJeffrey A. BauerJeffrey A. Bauer is a Product Verification and Validation Staff Engineer forJohn Deere Construction and Forestry Division. He has over 23 years ofhydraulic component and systems development in off-highwayearthmoving and forestry harvesting equipment. Jeff is a subject matterexpert in hydraulic fluids and serves in that role on the John DeereEnterprise Fluids Council. He is also active on several FPI, NFPA andSAE fluid power committees. Jeff received his BSME from the Universityof Iowa.Meng (Rachel) WangMeng (Rachel) Wang is an Engineering Specialist with Eaton’s CorporateResearch and Technology Center. She is responsible for identifying,developing, and justifying commercialization of significant growthopportunities and driving technology strategy decisions and execution forelectro-mechanical-hydraulic systems. Rachel has over 10 years ofexperience in hydraulic fluid power systems research and development.She earned her BEME from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, a MS inElectrical Engineering and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from theUniversity of Minnesota.10Qinghui YuanQingHui Yuan is currently Director of Modeling and Data Science inDonaldson Company Inc. In his current role, he leads global dataengineering and data science team to advance data mining and machinelearning in the enterprise applications to unlock the value of data analyticsand facilitate data driven culture. He is also responsible for developingand deploying multi-scale modeling and simulation capabilities to shortentime to market, reduce development cost, and optimize performance forDonaldson’s advanced filtration technology, product, and service. He isthe Chair of ASME Fluid Power System Technology Division. Prior toDonaldson, QingHui served as Manager of Advanced Technology in EatonHydraulics Group, and other engineering leadership roles in EatonCorporation. He earned his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering andMaster’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University ofMinnesota, Twin Cities.Mike Gust (Moderator)Mike Gust is the Industrial Liaison Officer for the Center for Compact andEfficient Fluid Power (, a National Science FoundationEngineering Research Center headquartered at the University ofMinnesota. His primary responsibility is to help facilitate the manyinteractions between CCEFP industry supporters, Center researchers andstudents, including commercialization of university research. In addition tohis nine years at the CCEFP, Mike has over twenty years of industryexperience in all aspects of product engineering, technologydevelopment and research. Mike operates a startup company, InnotronicsLLC, with a University of Minnesota professor to commerc

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