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Hydrogen Properties for Energy Research (HYPER) Lab Lab Facilities and Capabilities

Engineering Teaching and Research Laboratory (ETRL) 221

Since the fall of 2010, ETRL 221 has been home to the HYdrogen Properties for Energy Research (HYPER) Lab. As the name implies, this research lab focuses on utilizing hydrogen for energy applications with an emphasis on cryogenic (liquid and solid) hydrogen. Along with numerous modeling capabilities, the HYPER lab currently has three experimental systems set up to run various cryogenic hydrogen experiments ranging from extruding solid hydrogen to conducting liquid hydrogen density and sorption measurements. The research applications vary dramatically from fueling fusion tokamaks like ITER, to characterizing rocket fuels, to designing and prototyping liquid hydrogen fuel tanks for Unmanned Arial Vehicles (UAVs).




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