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
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.|