CCAC Facilities

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Ceramics lab 371 Equipment
HH371 is home to a number of ceramic fuel cell test stations used by the Advanced Energy Materials Laboratory. The test stations provide heating up to 900°C, access to a variety of gases, advanced electrochemical measurements, and gas chromatography and mass spectrometry capabilities for
exhaust gas analysis.


Ceramics lab 373 equipment
The Formlabs Form2 SLA 3D Printer is an inverted stereolithography
printer that polymerizes a liquid photocurable resin with a laser to
generate parts.
Note: this printer is not on FOM.


Ceramics Lab 375e Equipment

Dry Nitrogen Glove Box: This equipment allows for the conduction of experiments in non-atmospheric conditions. Typically, it is used to perform experiments with controlled humidity conditions. However, other non-atmospheric conditions are possible.
Long Distance Microscope: This optical microscope can take images from a large focal distance, making it ideal in situations where space requirements prevent the use of traditional optical microscopy.
Tensile Test Fixture: This fixture has a small form factor which allows it to be used in the dry nitrogen glove box, for tests at non-atmospheric conditions, and in the environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM), for tests where visualizing in-situ loading response at the microscopic level is valuable.