University of Cincinnati Installs High Pressure Temperature Control System

Alexis Antoniou, Geotechnical Systems Engineer at GDS Instruments, successfully completed the installation of a new high-pressure Environmental Triaxial Automated System (ETAS) at the University Of Cincinnati (UC).

This installation included a high-pressure pneumatic controller, which is used to inject carbon dioxide to assist with saturation and methane to create the gas hydrates as required for their test. The apparatus will provide the University with an exciting new testing system, for students to use as part of their research projects to aid the observation on the behaviour of gas hydrates. We look forward to hearing about the research.

About The University of Cincinnati and the College of Engineering and Applied Science:

The University of Cincinnati (UC) mixes study with real-world experience, it focuses heavily on Cooperative Education (Co-Op) and internships to evolve the students into becoming academically excellent career driven alumni.

The College of Engineering and Applied Science has 8 departments, with each offering multiple degrees, giving their Engineering students a wide range of research choice. As a vital part of the Engineering department, the Co-Op system provides students with experience to help them flourish once they leave University.

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Environmental Triaxial Automated System (ETAS)