The second floor of the Kansas State University Bulk Solids Innovation Center is intended for education and training with room for laboratory and office space. The second floor also overlooks the full-scale test lab section of the floor so students and others can view the process equipment in action. See photo at the bottom of the page.
Future laboratory for KSU and its research sponsors
Possible uses include measurement of material properties; new tests and computer modeling to predict actual behavior; improving flow properties of a company’s particular material; system design recommendations; improving blending performance; reducing degradation; improving air usage control; reducing energy costs to convey material; making gravity flow more reliable; designing equipment to match a material’s requirements.
Classroom setting for up to 56 students sitting at tables. Configurable layout to accommodate the type and size of training session. At the KSU-BSIC, students can receive lectures and presentations in the classroom, then step into the laboratories to engage the real-life materials and equipment.
|212||Future laboratory or office space||Similar use to room 202.|