The Thermal Systems Laboratory provides Embry-Riddle researchers, faculty, and students, as well as industry collaborators, with resources and facilities supporting research in energy harvesting, storage, and applications, as well as the development of thermal management technologies for propulsion and electronics devices.
- FLIR T650SC Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera
- Turbine Cascade Flow Rig with separate, low temperature coolant supply (Constructed in-lab, estimated time of completion Spring 2018)
- Mettler Toledo DSC 3
- Temperature/pressure-sensitive paint measurement system
- Internal cooling passage flow bench; up to +/- 3.5 PSI available pressure head, or 600 CFM maximum flow rate
- Steady and unsteady flow instrumentation (pressures, temperatures, velocities) with manual and automated traverse
Location: MP 114
Lab Director: Sandra Boetcher and Mark Ricklick
Contact Us: To speak to someone about this lab or any of our facilities, call us at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416, or email DaytonaBeach@erau.edu.