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{TEC Lab Logo} Welcome to the TEC Lab - website of the Thermo-fluids, Engine and Control laboratory in the Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Alberta.

Research Topics

The laboratories are home to a research group engaged in a series of highly interdisciplinary experimental and theoretical projects. The laboratory specializes in the following areas:

Resources

The goal of TEC lab is to investigate problems both experimentally and using simulation. To do this the following equipment is available:

Internal Combustion Engines

A dedicated single cylinder engine for HCCI research with:

A department shared single cylinder engine for HCCI research with

A department shared multi cylinder dynomameter with:

Combustion Engine Valve Control

A dedicated valve Testbench for Solenoid Valves with:

A valve Testbench for Solenoid Valves on loan to UBC with:

Flow Control

Precessing Jet Control - a dedicated flow tank (Nobes) with:

A Flow Chamber (Nobes and Lipsett) :

Computer Resources

Westgrid: Western Canada high performance computing network

Research Links and Collaborators

Collaborators Web Sites

Nobes - Fluid Mechanics - Visualization

Lipsett - Oilsands

Lynch - Applied Nonlinear Controls Lab

Seethaler - Controls

Saif - Controls

Contact

C. R. (Bob) Koch, Ph.D., P. Eng.
Professor and TEC Lab Director
Ph.D. (Stanford University, 1986-1991)
Tel: (780) 492-8821
Fax: (780) 492-2200
Office : 5-8C Mechanical Engineering Building
Email: bob.koch@ualberta.ca

We are located in 4-28 and 1-27A Mechanical Engineering Building.

Last Modified:Sunday, May 2, 2010 at 11:39