The Turbomachinery Laboratory conducts basic and applied research into important problems of reliability and performance of turbomachinery -- rotating machinery that extracts or adds energy to fluids. That's everything from classic Dutch windmills to the space shuttle's main engine turbopumps and compressors that move natural gas through the distribution system.
The research program is carried out by staff engineers and faculty of Texas A&M University. We focus on issues involved in turbomachinery performance and reliability. We draw on the world-renowned research expertise of Texas A&M University's Dwight Look College of Engineering and the Texas Engineering Experiment Station.
Turbomachinery Laboratory staff and facilities are available for all your research needs. Contracts for Turbomachinery Laboratory research are administered by the Texas Engineering Experiment Station. This allows contractors to take advantage of streamlined TEES contract procedures and low overhead rates.
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Our research clients are among the most prestigious agencies and companies in the world.