The High-Temperature Materials Laboratory in the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department at Montana State University in Bozeman supports both fundamental and applied research into the behavior of materials in extreme environments relevant to energy conversion systems.  Projects include:

  • high-temperature corrosion and corrosion protection of metallic, ceramic and composite components in fuel cells, turbines, engines, boilers, batteries and related systems; and,
  • high-temperature corrosion in poly-crystalline silicon production environments – upstream of silicon solar cell and semiconductor device fabrication.

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High-Temperature Energy Materials Laboratory
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Montana State University
306 Cobleigh Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717 USA
Paul Gannon, Ph.D., Associate Professor
406-994-7380 (office/cell)
406-994-5308 (fax)