Decentralized Hydraulics for Micro Excavator

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Decentralized Hydraulics for Micro Excavator. / Zhang, Shuzhong; Minav, Tatiana; Pietola, Matti.

Proceedings of the 15th Scandinavian International conference on fluid power, SICFP'17: Fluid Power in the Digital Age. toim. / Petter Krus; Liselott Ericson; Magnus Sethson. Linköping University, 2017. s. 187-195 (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings; Nro 144).

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Zhang, S, Minav, T & Pietola, M 2017, Decentralized Hydraulics for Micro Excavator. julkaisussa P Krus, L Ericson & M Sethson (toim), Proceedings of the 15th Scandinavian International conference on fluid power, SICFP'17: Fluid Power in the Digital Age. Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings, Nro 144, Linköping University, Sivut 187-195, Lindköping, Ruotsi, 07/06/2017.

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Zhang, S., Minav, T., & Pietola, M. (2017). Decentralized Hydraulics for Micro Excavator. teoksessa P. Krus, L. Ericson, & M. Sethson (Toimittajat), Proceedings of the 15th Scandinavian International conference on fluid power, SICFP'17: Fluid Power in the Digital Age (Sivut 187-195). (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings; Nro 144). Linköping University.

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Zhang S, Minav T, Pietola M. Decentralized Hydraulics for Micro Excavator. julkaisussa Krus P, Ericson L, Sethson M, toimittajat, Proceedings of the 15th Scandinavian International conference on fluid power, SICFP'17: Fluid Power in the Digital Age. Linköping University. 2017. s. 187-195. (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings; 144).

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Zhang, Shuzhong ; Minav, Tatiana ; Pietola, Matti. / Decentralized Hydraulics for Micro Excavator. Proceedings of the 15th Scandinavian International conference on fluid power, SICFP'17: Fluid Power in the Digital Age. Toimittaja / Petter Krus ; Liselott Ericson ; Magnus Sethson. Linköping University, 2017. Sivut 187-195 (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings; 144).

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