UC Davis proposes to construct and operate the Advanced Materials Research Laboratory (AMRL) to provide approximately 4,625 assignable sf (approximately 7,000 gsf) of laboratory research space for the high velocity oxygen fuel (HVOF) thermal spray process facility, temporarily provide space for the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) Hydrogen Fuel Cell program, and provide reserve laboratory space for future expansion of the HVOF and other hydrogen using activities within the College of Engineering. The project would occupy approximately one acre and the proposed building would be a 1-story structure with laboratory space, office space, support space, fabrication/machine shop, a service yard, and a public entrance and driveway. The HVOF program investigates methods of creating high strength metal coatings by utilizing a thermal spray process.
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