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Cold hydrodynamics chamber - wet lab

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http://montana.eagle-i.net/i/0000012b-1712-cee5-e53c-c6d280000000

Resource Type

  1. Environmental chamber

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  1. Resource Description
    To study subzero environments in which the liquid phase of water maintains an influential role. This encompasses for example the study of wetlands, streams and lakes in the Montana winter and Antarctic summer or during transitional seasons, and highway icing problems. A temperature controlled water reservoir external to the laboratory will supply flow through the chamber. Inflow and outflow couplers will allow scenario-specific configurations to be placed in the laboratory. For example configurations might include a flume, a piping system or a simulated wetland. Flow rates of up to 380 L/min (100 gal/min) can be provided. A programmable solar simulation source is located in the ceiling. Temperature: -25 to 10 ◦C, with variation no greater than ± 2 ◦C from set point, a spatial uniformity of ±2 ◦C, Simulated Solar: 0 to 1200 W/m2, Size: ~3.7 m x 4.3 m (12’ x 14’) *An existing chamber also with a solar simulator and cold sky has a temperature range of -60 to 50 ◦C. Size: ~2.5 m x 2 m (8’ x 7’)
  2. Additional Name
    CC4
  3. Contact
    McKittrick, Ladean
  4. Website(s)
    http://www.coe.montana.edu/ce/subzero/Research_Facility/res.html
  5. Location
    Subzero Science and Engineering Research Core Facility
 
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  1. workflow state
    Published
  2. contributor
    kcorday
  3. contributor
    shoffmann
  4. created
    2010-09-15T15:26:14.372-05:00
  5. creator
    qking (Quinton King)
  6. modified
    2011-06-29T12:08:49.974-05:00

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