Black EngineeringOfficial abbreviation: BLACK
Constructed in 1985
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- Team Supervisor: Jodie Holzmer
- Custodians: Val Larson,Jim Wilson
- 10:35 AM: Collection / Delivery (Hallway C1050)
- Tuesday: between Noon and 3 PM
- Thursday: between Noon and 3 PM
Phase one of the building project was completed and put into use for instructional purposes in the fall of 1985. Laboratories in Black Engineering provide state-of-the-art facilities for materials testing, nondestructive evaluations, vibrations testing, the study of thermal sciences, fluids... in short, facilities that cover the full range of experimental activities that attract the attention of mechanical engineers and engineering scientists. Numerous computer rooms allow students to do research, solve complex problems, or create computer graphics.
One of the unique design features of Black Engineering is that it is a model of energy efficiency, with an advanced heating and cooling system that varies the amount of air circulating in the building for maximum comfort and minimum fuel use.