Research Resourse

Sustainable Engineering and Materials Laboratory (SEML) was established in 2009 and it is affiliated to the Carleton Laboratory. In past years, we have extended our research and testing capabilities and capacities for multiscale and multiphysical characterization of sustainable engineering materials. In addition to the existing facilities in Carleton Laboratory and Columbia Clean Rooms, SEML has developed and acquired the following instruments for various mechanical, thermophysical, magnetoelectric, and solar energy related tests.

Atlas Sun Room Facility
Multifunctional environmental chamber
Large and medium size ovens
Rolling thin film oven for aging tests
Vacuum oven
Bohlin Gemini Rheometer
Netzsch NanoFlash Thermal Diffusivity Analyzer
5170 Gauss/Tesla Meter
Strain gauge fabrication facilities
Zeiss Optical Microscope
Mastersizer 2000 Particle Analyzer
PTI Asphalt Pavement Analyzer
3 Omega Test facility