Photo Courtesy of Sean Mulvin

May 6, 2019

Engineering students race to first place in Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge

It was a race to the finish for Cleveland State University during the National Fluid Power Association Fluid Vehicle Challenge April 10-12 in Littleton, Colorado.


Cleveland State engineering students Jen Wisniewski, Sean Mulvin, Matt Sokolich, Markus Kotze, Patrick McDonough and Jason Downie built a fluid-powered vehicle in their senior design class to compete in the vehicle challenge.


Competition took the form of two challenges. The first challenge was a sprint and endurance race in which the team came in first place out of 15 schools. The second challenge was an endurance challenge and the team finished second. The team overcame several obstacles throughout the competition, but they didn’t slow them down as the team finished first overall in the entire competition.

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