Clean Combustion Laboratory
Facility is used for testing clean combustion technologies for a wide variety of applications. Applications include Gas turbines, Boilers, Reactors, and Incinerators. Technologies include Swirl nozzles, Micromixers, ELBO fuel, DACRS, and Reverse-flow. Fuels and Oxidizers include Natural gas, LPG, Hydrogen (H2), Cracked NH3, Liquid fuels, Fuel blends, Oxy-fuel combustion, and Air-fuel combustion.
Green Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Lab (H2FCL)
H2FCL is an energy initiative that is co-funded by the IRC for Smart Mobility and Logistics (SML) for and the Chemical Engineering Department (CHE) for teaching and research purposes. Research carried out in H2FCL focuses on green H2-based integrated systems for mobility applications including the use of proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) in electric vehicles (EVs) and unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs). The facility also provides hands-on experience f...