Cooperative partnerships have been established between the Turbo Lab and the Global Power and Propulsion Society (GPPS), The Hydraulic Institute, and The Vibration Institute.
Lithium-ion batteries have enabled the use of numerous technologies from smartphones and tablets to electric vehicles, but their convenience and versatility come at a cost — the potential for flammability.
Not only is the Turbo Lab’s Dr. Je-Chin Han a Distinguished Professor, holder of the Marcus C. Easterling Chair in the Texas A&M Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Director of the Turbine Heat Transfer Laboratory- the esteemed professor and researcher is also now an Honorary Member of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
Through the trials and tribulations of 2020, the Turbomachinery Laboratory upheld its promise of providing continuing education and networking opportunities to turbomachinery and pump engineers by hosting the first-ever virtual Turbomachinery & Pump Symposia on December 8-10 with short courses on December 7.
Even through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Turbomachinery Laboratory remains committed to making a vital impact on the turbomachinery, pump and related industries by hosting extended short courses led by industry experts.
Turbo Lab to Hold Extended Short Courses Virtually For the first time, the Turbomachinery Laboratory will be hosting the Extended Short Courses virtually in order to avoid the risk of spreading COVID-19. The Turbo Lab will host three short courses via GoToMeeting on October 12-15, 2020. Additionally, the courses will now be offered at a […]
Since 1981, the Turbomachinery Research Consortium at Texas A&M University has solved problems for major industry leaders through student-led research. The Turbomachinery Research Consortium is a group of 30 companies that contribute annual fees of $30,000 to fund projects that are investigated by 15 to 20 Texas A&M graduate students and faculty of the Turbomachinery […]
Turbo Lab Post-Doc Researcher Earns 2020 Distinguished Graduate Student Award In today’s society there are many different things one can do to help the environment; recycling, carpooling, and using reusable water bottles are all ways to reduce one’s carbon footprint. But for Dr. Clayton R. Mulvihill, he is helping the planet by using lasers. “Contrary […]
After five months of designing and bidding, construction has officially begun on the new Turbomachinery Laboratory Symposium Office. The new office will be adjacent to the Turbomachinery Laboratory on George Bush Dr. West. It will be one story and approximately 6,050 square feet. The office will contain 13 new faculty and staff offices, six research […]