• Fedor Nazarov




The 17th Scandinavian International Conference on Fluid Power, SICFP’21
was held online due to COVID19 pandemic on June 1–2, 2021. The conference
was hosted by Division of Fluid and Mechatronic Systems at Link¨oping
University. The conference is arranged on a biannual basis alternating
between Link¨oping University (LiU) and Tampere University, (TUT). As the
conference editor, in agreement with the Editorial Board of the International
Journal of Fluid Power (IJFP), we decided to edit this special issue to provide
the whole technical community the opportunity to further explore the top
ranked contributions to the symposium. The top five ranked papers from
the review process were selected and the authors agreed to update their
papers and submit to the journal special SICFP issue. All original papers
for the conference had gone through a review process with at least two
independent international reviewers, involving also the Editor in Chief. The
published papers are from a wide range of fields within fluid power, such as
industrial application, mining, and off-road equipment. It is evident that fluid
power is in a stage of rapid transformation, as requirements on efficiency
and environmental compatibility are having a real impact on component and
system design.


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