Fluids Lab

Overview of Services

This laboratory is part of the College of Engineering Common Labs Core. Initiated in Fall of 2017, currently this lab is the testbed lab for the development of methods and proceedures for the common lab enviornement to be used in the Zachary Engineering Education Complex (ZEEC) in the Fall of 2018. The goal of the Common Fluids Laboratory is to provide a high impact learning environment where theoretical knowledge gained in the classroom is experienced in the laboratory. It is expected that a student completing an experiment or set of experiments will have a stronger understanding of the concepts taught in the theory courses and how these are represented in reality. In addition, the student will be become better engineer by having a practical experience of safety, sensors, data analysis, teamwork, ethics, and others.  During this testing phase this lab will initially serve the needs of the MEEN 345 (Fluid Mechanics Laboratory) course and eventually expand to include participation of other common lab courses.

Leadership

David Staack, COE Diector Undergraduate Laboratory Instruction, Fluids Lab Committee Chair, 979.845.4063, dstaack@tamu.edu
Haejune Kim, MEEN 345 Course Instructor, 979.862.3207, haejune.kim@tamu.edu

Location and hours of operation

Hours Location

8am - 8pm      

202 Spence Street, College Station, TX 77843
ENPH 404 and ENPH 403
College Station TX 77845

 

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
David Staack
Course Coordinator
 
979.845.4063
 
dstaack@tamu.edu
 
MEOB 328
 
Haejune Kim
Instructor
 
979.862.3207
 
haejune.kim@tamu.edu
 
MEOB 124 
 
Ramalakshmi Akella
Technician
 
979.862.1706 
 
rakella@tamu.edu
 
ENPH 404A