Hybrid MEMS Proportional Fluid Control Valve

Lead Researcher: Nathan Hagstrom, Prof. Tom Chase (PI)

Project Updates


CCEFP Webinar

Fluid Power Research Update: Hybrid MEMS Proportional Fluid Control Valve Webcast

We’ve written before about the fluid power research projects coming out of the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP). Ten new research projects have recently been selected for funding. One such project is the Hybrid MEMS Proportional Fluid…

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Hybrid MEMS Proportional Valves Project

Hybrid MEMS Proportional Valve Prototype Operational

The fluid power research projects coming out of the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP) have continued to progress, and all ten of the newly funded projects were presented at the CCEFP Industry-University Summit in April 2017. The Hybrid MEMS…

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FPIRC16

Fluid Power Research Update: Hybrid MEMS Proportional Fluid Control Valve at FPIRC16

We’ve written before about the fluid power research projects coming out of the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP). Ten research projects have recently been selected for funding. One such project is the Hybrid MEMS Proportional Fluid Control…

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New Fluid Power Research: Hybrid MEMS Proportional Fluid Control Valve

We’ve written before about the fluid power research projects coming out of the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP). Ten research projects have recently been selected for funding. One such project is the Hybrid MEMS Proportional Fluid Control…

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Researcher Profile

As an undergraduate student, Nathan attended the University of Rochester and majored in mechanical engineering. While there, he was active in a few student-led groups and a mechanical engineering research group. In this research group, under the advisement of Dr. Jong-Hoon Nam, he worked on developing new experimental methods for determining the mechanical properties of cochlear tissue. After graduating from the University of Rochester, Nathan was accepted into the mechanical engineering PhD program at the University of Minnesota. Read More →