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Experimental evaluation of a digital hydraulic power management system. / Heikkilä, Mikko; Tammisto, Jyrki; Huova, Mikko; Huhtala, Kalevi; Linjama, Matti.

Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Digital Fluid Power, October 13-14 2010, Tampere, Finland. ed. / Arto Laamanen; Matti Linjama. 2010. p. 129-142.

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Harvard

Heikkilä, M, Tammisto, J, Huova, M, Huhtala, K & Linjama, M 2010, Experimental evaluation of a digital hydraulic power management system. in A Laamanen & M Linjama (eds), Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Digital Fluid Power, October 13-14 2010, Tampere, Finland. pp. 129-142.

APA

Heikkilä, M., Tammisto, J., Huova, M., Huhtala, K., & Linjama, M. (2010). Experimental evaluation of a digital hydraulic power management system. In A. Laamanen, & M. Linjama (Eds.), Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Digital Fluid Power, October 13-14 2010, Tampere, Finland (pp. 129-142)

Vancouver

Heikkilä M, Tammisto J, Huova M, Huhtala K, Linjama M. Experimental evaluation of a digital hydraulic power management system. In Laamanen A, Linjama M, editors, Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Digital Fluid Power, October 13-14 2010, Tampere, Finland. 2010. p. 129-142

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Heikkilä, Mikko ; Tammisto, Jyrki ; Huova, Mikko ; Huhtala, Kalevi ; Linjama, Matti. / Experimental evaluation of a digital hydraulic power management system. Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Digital Fluid Power, October 13-14 2010, Tampere, Finland. editor / Arto Laamanen ; Matti Linjama. 2010. pp. 129-142

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