The Thermodynamics Laboratory in the School of Engineering undertakes fundamental and applied research in transport and power generation.
The Laboratory has three main areas of related research:
The Thermodynamics Laboratory houses a wide range of research facilities, both experimental and computational, and supports a team of 5 academic staff and roughly 25 full time researchers and students. This work involves close collaboration with both industry and government, in particular the Ford Motor Company, the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and Princeton University.
Current projects include:
Learn more about the Thermodynamics Laboratory on the School of Mechanical Engineering website: http://www.mech.unimelb.edu.au/thermodynamics/