Sensorless position estimation of simulated direct driven hydraulic actuators

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Sensorless position estimation of simulated direct driven hydraulic actuators. / Sourander, Tom; Pietola, Matti; Minav, Tatiana; Hänninen, Henri.

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. 148-157 (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings; Nro 144).

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Sourander, T, Pietola, M, Minav, T & Hänninen, H 2017, Sensorless position estimation of simulated direct driven hydraulic actuators. 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 148-157, Lindköping, Ruotsi, 07/06/2017.

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Sourander, T., Pietola, M., Minav, T., & Hänninen, H. (2017). Sensorless position estimation of simulated direct driven hydraulic actuators. 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 148-157). (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings; Nro 144). Linköping University.

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Sourander T, Pietola M, Minav T, Hänninen H. Sensorless position estimation of simulated direct driven hydraulic actuators. 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. 148-157. (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings; 144).

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Sourander, Tom ; Pietola, Matti ; Minav, Tatiana ; Hänninen, Henri. / Sensorless position estimation of simulated direct driven hydraulic actuators. 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 148-157 (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings; 144).

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