Educational Webinars Here are supplemental materials available for student teams to download and review to learn more about fluid power as it relates to this program. For additional educational videos to use in teaching fluid power, scroll to the bottom of this page under the Educational Video Library Safety PowerPoint (Mandatory) (the Safety Video is currently inaccessible. Please submit your information to access the Safety PowerPoint in lieu of the video.) Fluid power safety is of the utmost importance. All program participants are required to review this presentation on fluid power safety. Objectives Personal Safety Lab Safety Equipment Safety Chemical Safety Design Safety Safety PowerPoint Full Name*University (no acronyms)*Email* Sizing Components Webinar (Mandatory) Duration: 60 minutes Objectives Calculate the pull of the vehicle Calculate the torque of the drive wheel Determine your system pressure (PSI) Size the drive motor for cubic inches per revolution (CIR) Calculate wheel RPM Calculate GPM (gallons per minute) Calculate HP (Horsepower) Size the hydraulic lines Size the pump Sizing Components Webinar Full Name*University (no acronyms)*Email*EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Testing Efficiency Webinar (Mandatory) Duration: 25 minutes Objectives List of necessary equipment needed for testing Schematics and formulas for calculating: Volumetric, Mechanical, and overall efficiency Show pictures of setups and testing Testing Efficiency Webinar Full Name*University (no acronyms)*Email* Mounts & Case Drains Webinar (Mandatory) Duration: 25 minutes Objectives Identify different pump mounts Understand when to use case drains *Note: Refer to the Lightening Reference Handbook Mounts & Case Drains Video Full Name*University (no acronyms)*Email* Introduction to Fluid Power (Optional) Duration: 45 minutes Objectives Define fluid power systems Compare hydraulic and pneumatic systems Basic fluid power devices and their associated schematics Identify critical fluid power properties, pressure, flow rate, and valve position Discuss how these properties must be controlled and measured by a fluid power system to control the strength, speed, and direction of resultant mechanical output. Introduction to Fluid Power Systems Video Full Name*University (no acronyms)*Email* Tube Flaring, Bending and Assembly (Optional) Duration: 50 minutes Objectives Comparison of tubing and hoses Necessary equipment Flaring Procedures Tube Bending Relevant Calculation Tube Flaring, Bending and Assembly Full Name*University (no acronyms)*Email* How and Why to Get Certified in Fluid Power (Optional) Duration: 30 minutes Objectives Background of the International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) Hydraulic Specialist Certification Pneumatic Specialist Certification Master Certification Pathways How certifications enhance your career How to Get Certified The Cost of Certification Certification Video Full Name*University (no acronyms)*Email* Fundamentals of Fluid Power (Optional) Duration: Varies Objectives Benefits and limitations of fluid power compared with other power transmission technologies Operation, use and symbols of common hydraulic components How to formulate and analyze models of hydraulic components and circuits How to design and predict the performance of fluid power circuits Fundamentals of Fluid Power Webinar Full Name*University (no acronyms)*Email* Additional Resources: The International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) released new version of the Fluid Power Reference Handbook, a resource for hydraulic, pneumatic and motion control professionals. This handbook is a well-known industry resource that not only helps current professionals but also future fluid power professionals. Learn more at IFPS.org CCEFP Webinar Series The CCEFP Webinar Series is a monthly forum highlighting fluid power research topics from universities across the country. Take me to the Webinar Archives! Live Listening Schedule! Educational Video Library To help educators across the country access more virtual fluid power content to use in the classroom, we are now sharing videos of real-life examples of various fluid power technologies from NFPA member companies and fellow educator partners. These videos are free to use for educational purposes. This is a great opportunity for students to learn about the realm of fluid power technologies and the different career path opportunities. This can also help students become familiar with how specific products work while also starting to learn about the individual companies in the industry so that they are more educated about where to look for internships/jobs, and even when making purchasing decisions once they’re in the workforce. If you have an educational video that you feel would be beneficial to students learning about fluid power, please send them to Amy Zignego at NFPA for consideration. Impact of Fluid Power Industry – NFPA Description of the fluid power industry, economic impact and reasons to study it. Hydraulic Hose – Gates Corp Description of hose construction and manufacturing Hydraulic Cylinders – Ametek Design considerations for hydraulic cylinders Hydraulic Cylinders – Ametek Magnetostrictive technology Accumulators – Turner Hydraulics Accumulators charging Automation – Hydraforce Video of recent automation projects Fittings – Hydraforce Installation video Manifolds – Hydraforce Manifold assembly PLC Programming – Murray State University How to program Allen Bradley ControlLogix 5000 PLCs. How to establish an ethernet, ethernet IP, and virtual communication using RSLinx. HMI Programming – Murray State University How to create a very simple HMI Video and demonstrate how to connect the HMI program to a PLC. Studio 5000: Simple Project 1 – The Seal-In with Mulitple Permissives – Murray State University Program designed to seal in a motor when the start button is pressed. The motor will remain running even when the operator is not pressing the start button. The start button is normally open. The normally closed Estop, the normally open over-speed switch, and the normally closed Line Estop will all stop the motor.