MFCRL Multiphase & Fuel Cell Research Laboratory
Saturday, April 12, 2008
School of Nuclear Engineering
Multiphase and Fuel Cell Laboratory (MFCRL) was established in 1997. Initial activities started on two phase flow parameters study with a kind support from Dr. Jin-Ho Song of KAERI, South Korea. Since that humble beginning the research activity has grown steadily. Since last five years, new areas of research including packed bed multiphase flow, fuel cell and hydrogen research have been started. Both experimental and analytical work including code modeling and numerical CFD research work is carried out. The MFCRL hosts several undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and visiting scientist/professors. Of course the MFCRL team is the life line of the laboratory.
MFCRL February 2007, From left: Tim Norman, Andrew Zurwaski, Josh Walter, Daeseong Jo, Collin McAllister, Prof. Shripad Revankar, Brian Wolf, Wenzhong Zhou, Gavin Henderson, David Tomlinson, Mary Beeson, Shuchiro Miwa ( not picture: Nick Brown, Elizebeth Persuski, Gregg Andrew, Harsha Yejju) MFCRL February 2007, From left: Tim Norman, Andrew Zurwaski, Gavin Henderson,Mary Beeson, Brian Wolf, Josh Walter, Prof. Shripad Revankar, Daeseong Jo, David Tomlinson, Wenzhong Zhou, Collin McAllister, Shuchiro Miwa ( not picture: Nick Brown, Elizebeth Persuski, Gregg Andrew, Harsha Yejju)