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Daikin Energy Innovation Lab

Facility Location

Center for Environmental Energy Engineering (CEEE)
0147 Engineering Lab Building, #89 8136 Paint Branch Drive
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742

Brief Mission / Description

The research initiatives in the Daikin Energy Innovation Lab are effectively making great strides to maximize energy efficiency and to reduce carbon emissions in the world. CEEE is a leader in research related to air-conditioning, refrigeration and heat pumping with a specific focus on the modeling and optimization tools for energy conversion systems and developing comprehensive information for the detailed physics of transport processes, innovative energy conversion components and systems, and new cost-effective test methods.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday, Generally 9 AM to 5 PM (hours vary depending on projects)

Services and Technologies Offered

  • Climate Chambers for Testing of Heat Pumps with Flammable Refrigerants
  • PCM Embedded Heat Exchanger Test Facility
  • Elastocaloric Cooling
  • Electrochemical Compression and Dehumidification
  • In-Tube Heat Transfer Test Facility
  • VRF System Field Test Database Development
  • Next Generation Heat Exchanger
  • Isothermal Compression
  • RoCo- Portable and Personal Air Conditioning

Equipment Available

  • Climate Chambers for Performance Measurement of Heat Pumps, Air-conditioners and Refrigeration Systems
  • Compressor Test Capabilities
  • Heat Exchanger Test Facilities
  • PCM Embedded Heat Exchanger Test Facility
  • Boiling and Condensing Heat Transfer Measurement Facility



To receive more information about pricing and becoming a research consortium member, please feel free to contact Yunho Hwang.


Reinhard Radermacher

Yunho Hwang

Lab Phone: (301) 405-5003

Facility URL

Daikin Energy Innovation Lab

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