September 26, 2013

Overaa Builds the World’s First Rotating Test Laboratory

The FLEXLAB at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is built on a 64 foot diameter turntable that rotates 270 degrees to track the sun. Scientists will use the FLEXLAB, which stands for Facility for Low Energy Buildings Research, for energy conservation performance mock-up tests. Read the full story in this month’s Engineering News Record (ENR):
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