Industrial Assessment Center
School of Engineering's Industrial Assessment Center Evaluation

UD-IAC: One of 24 IAC's funded by the U.S. Department of Energy

The University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center (UD-IAC) conducts free assessments for mid-sized industries. Our reports are independent assessments of your facility’s needs and are not biased by the desire to generate sales or consulting opportunities.

Your assessment will include

  • Our team: faculty, professional staff and trained students
  • A one-day visit to your facility by our team
  • Recommendations for reducing energy, waste and production costs in a personalized report tailored for your facility

Since 1981, the UD-IAC has helped over 870 small and medium-sized industries reduce costs and stay competitive. As a result of our assessments, our clients report saving an average of about 6 percent on their energy costs

    Industrial Assessment

    Save Money and Work Cleaner: The No-Charge IAC Program

    • In today’s competitive business environment, saving energy, reducing waste and improving productivity are more than just buzz words; they are vital to the success of every manufacturing firm. Unfortunately, many small and medium sized industries lack the in-house expertise to identify and implement the latest energy efficiency, pollution prevention and productivity measures. That’s why since 1978 the US Department of Energy has sponsored a program to provide no-charge audits for companies like yours. Since its inception, the program has helped over 5,000 businesses save more than $500 million.

    The University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center

    • The UD-IAC provides no-charge energy assessments for regional industries. We have performed over 850 industrial assessments.  Our clients report saving an average of about 6% on their energy costs as a result of our assessments. Assessments are led by a faculty member and an experienced team of mechanical, industrial, chemical and environmental engineering graduate students.

    What Does an Assessment Entail?

    • In most cases, the IAC team will perform the assessment in a single day. Our approach is to work with plant personnel to identify savings opportunities. We will examine your utility bills, facilities, equipment, manufacturing processes, and waste streams. Within six weeks an easy-to-read, confidential report will be delivered documenting current practices and recommending ways to save money by reducing energy and waste streams, and improving your manufacturing processes. The report is an independent assessment of your facility’s needs and is not biased by the desire to generate sales or consulting opportunities.

    Who Qualifies for a No-Charge Assessment?

    • To qualify for a no-charge assessment, your plant must have: · Standard Industrial Code between 2000-3999 (i.e. manufacturing/industrial) · Annual energy bills between $100,000 and $2,500,000.

    Description of a Typical Assessment

    Phone Interview 

    • After agreeing on a convenient date and time for our plant visit, we ask a few questions about your process so that we may assemble the most appropriate audit team.

    Pre-Assessment Information Packet 

    • We request a packet of information in advance of our visit. The packet typically includes: v Photocopies of the last one or two years of energy and water bills v Photocopies of your electricity and water rate schedules (if necessary) v A list of waste streams with approximate quantities and disposal costs v A schematic of the plant layout v A map to the plant

    The Audit Team

    • Our team typically consists of one or two faculty members and up to four students. The students are paid undergraduate and graduate workers from Mechanical, Environmental, Chemical and/or Industrial Engineering. Our team is completely insured, has industrial experience, and has been briefed on plant safety issues. We will sign and honor confidentiality agreements and ask permission before taking any photographs.

    The Day of the Audit

    • We typically arrive about 9 am and leave at about 4 pm. Our plant visit usually consists of the following activities: v An introductory briefing, with management participation if possible. v A plant tour by someone familiar with plant equipment and processes. v A brainstorming session to generate savings opportunities. v Time for observations and measurements to quantify potential savings. v A short debriefing, with management participation if possible.

    The Final Report

    • Within six weeks, a complete, confidential report will be mailed to you. The report begins with a brief summary of our cost-saving recommendations and includes descriptions of utility data, process, facility, lighting, waste streams, and detailed descriptions of each recommendation showing all assumptions and methods used to generate the savings estimates.

    Follow up

    • We will contact you again in six to twelve months by phone to see which recommendations were implemented and to assess your overall satisfaction with our service.
    How to qualify

    Our Industrial Assessments are fully funded by the U.S. Department of Energy for medium-sized manufacturers.

    To qualify for a no-charge assessment, your plant must have

    • Standard Industrial Code between 2000-3999 (i.e. manufacturing/industrial)
    • Annual energy bills between $100,000 and $2,500,000

    SIC Code Description 20xx Food and kindred products 21xx Tobacco products 22xx Textile mill products 23xx Apparel and other textile products 24xx Lumber and wood products 25xx Furniture and fixtures 26xx Paper and allied products 27xx Printing and publishing 28xx Chemicals and allied products 29xx Petroleum and coal products 30xx Rubber and misc. plastics products 31xx Leather and leather products 32xx Stone, clay, and glass products 33xx Primary metal industries 34xx Fabricated metal products 35xx Industrial machinery and equipment 36xx Electronic & other electric equipment 37xx Transportation equipment 38xx Instruments and related products 39xx Miscellaneous manufacturing industries SIC and NAICS Descriptions SIC (Standard Industrial Codes) SIC-NAICS Code Conversion

    School of Engineering's Industrial Assessment Center Evaluation

    The UD-IAC Delivers!


    2012 U.S. D.O.E. Energy Excellence in Applied Energy Engineering Award

    2011 Champion of Energy Efficiency Award

    • Center director, Dr. Kelly Kissock, was honored with the 2011 Champion of Energy Efficiency Award from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.

    2006 Governor’s Award for Energy Excellence

    • The University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center was honored with the 2006 Ohio Governor’s Award for Energy Excellence.

    2003 Center of Excellence Award

    • The University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center was honored with the 2003 U.S.Department of Energy Center of Excellence Award as the top IAC in the nation.
    Typical savings

    UD-IAC clients report reducing energy costs by about 6 percent as a result of our assessments. In a typical year, the UD-IAC saves the equivalent electricity use of 1,300 houses and the equivalent natural gas use of 280 houses. The UD-IAC saves about the equivalent electricity produced by the two 1.8 MW wind turbines near Bowling Green, Ohio.

    What our clients are saying

    "I just wanted to let you know that we installed 29 variable frequency drives on our Paint Line System and took advantage of the DP&L rebate program. The pay back is 7 months. If you remember, we had most valves throttled back on all of our 29 pumps. The valves were closed in most cases on average 70 percent. With recent installation we now have all the valves open and are operating the pump motors from 32 hertz to 45 hertz. Before the VFDs, all motors were running at 60 hertz. Your students were a great help to get us to this point. The original concept was to install a light curtain to shut the pumps on or off if there was no product running thru the system. If you are still in contact with them please share this information with them. I am happy to say that we have implemented just about every improvement idea that came from the assessment." (818)

    “Firstly, congratulations in an excellent report. Good summaries and all recommendations appear realistic and not some theoretical impractical ideas!” (767)

    “We implemented 15 of your 17 recommendations.  In addition, your report provided a good jumping off point for other energy saving ideas.” (726)

    “I just wanted to let you know that Hyson Products' experience with IAC was extraordinary. The IAC provided us with specialized technical knowledge that under normal circumstances would have been unaffordable for a small enterprise like Hyson Products.  We value the recommendations given by the IAC and we are in the process of implementing most of them. We expect to obtain $30K in savings a year thanks to IAC.” (727)

    “We can’t thank you enough for your recent assessment of our factory under the U.S. DOE sponsored program.  The efficiency of your work was outstanding.  Your recommendations were exactly on target and we are going to implement all of them. Saving $60,000 a year for this new company at a “Brownfield site” is major.  I can’t imagine a higher degree of professionalism in both your one day visit and in your written report… It is obvious that you are pros that have worked together and have a high level of proficiency.  To get this kind of direct help from a government program is so refreshing.  A team like yours was beyond our expectations.  Thanks.” (675)

    “I should note that we were impressed with your students.  When you work in a "blue collar" environment and hire young men and women of the same age who tend to be disenchanted with life you forget about those who are striving for excellence.  Meeting your students who were well mannered, articulate, hard working and willing to ask tough questions reminds me that there is still hope for the ‘next generation’." (699)

    "I felt the word "student" was a misnomer for your team.  I have a bachelor's and master's degree with lots of experience, but found I was student many times asking them to explain to me.  These younger folks may be students in terms of we are all students, always learning, but these folks are TRUE SKILLED PROFESSIONALS.  We were lucky to have this week and wherever they land will be lucky to have them as well." (871)

    “Greenfield Products, Inc. was fortunate to have a U.S. Department of Energy sponsored industrial assessment performed by the University of Dayton Department of Engineering…  I have been at Greenfield Products, Inc. since 1987.  Our company has utilized the services offered through several government programs.  We have worked with the State of Ohio and sought the services of other Federal programs.  I feel the U.S. Department of Energy Sponsored Program for industrial assessment is superior.  Private industry would be hard pressed to top the efficient way the services were provided.  We are making application for a grant through the Renewable Energy Systems & Energy Efficiency Improvements Grant Program. … Without your program we would not be able to apply. I wanted to take this time to once again, thank the University of Dayton team for an exceptional effort.  Small businesses are often left out of the mix because of budget constraints.  Without your program we would not have been able to find nor afford this level of expertise.” (714)

    “We recently received the final report of the energy survey provided by the University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center for our two locations in Grove City, Ohio.  We want to strongly commend the team that completed the audit for their professionalism and thoroughness.  The final report is extremely well researched and effectively presented. Horton will use this report and its recommendations to develop and implement actions that will reduce our emissions profile as well as our energy costs.  My congratulations to you and your team for producing this valuable tool.”  (737)

    “Returning Dust Collector air, compressed air leaks, ladle preheaters, and notched v-belts make sense....and are already planned for execution.  THANKS to you and the team for a terrific report as well as an enlightening experience for us.  I would recommend you to any foundry.” (692)

    “I have done a review of the electronic report and you have done a very thorough and professional job.  I am fairly confident we will implement at least seven of your recommendations and perhaps all nine.” (760)

    “We would like to thank you along with your team of engineers for performing the energy assessment on our Miamisburg facility.  We were all impressed with your level of work and professionalism.  The energy assessment team has already given us money saving ideas.”  (738)

    “Please accept this letter as a token of gratitude for the fine job you and your students did in the recent industrial energy assessment.  Your team presented themselves well as a competent, skilled team prepared to help us find savings.  They were a pleasure to work with… Your report and assessment recommendations are clear and concise.  Several of the ARs are being studied for implementation.” (694)

    “The team identified eleven items that could reduce energy costs.  Some of the items will be implemented immediately, the others will need to be more closely studied and justified.  We would like to thank you for the service your team provided.  We were impressed with both your professionalism and the technical knowledge represented by the team.  It’s great to know that there are organizations out there sponsored by the Department of Energy that are focused at reducing energy consumption for a company of our size.”  (734)

    “I would like to express my appreciation to you and your team.  I have been in the automotive industry for 15 years and worked with some of the most successful automotive companies in the world, but I have yet to see a group that brings as much passion to a project as yours did today.     I believe that the research that your team did prior to the facility audit was both thorough and accurate.  This helped to make the facility audit go very smoothly. Your ability to facilitate the activities of your engineers and to promote any teaching opportunity possible, was like a breath of fresh air. This is all a testament for the organization and educational skills that you are promoting with this activity. Your team performed flawlessly.       Whereas the energy savings piece of this program will be the most tangible aspect of this activity, I cannot help but feel that the passion that your team brought to this energy savings activity is the true value to this program.  Passion breeds more passion, and you have helped inspire my organization to move forward with these energy reduction activities.        In this extremely cost competitive automotive industry your group has challenged our company to utilize its limited resources to the best degree possible. I feel that we will rise to this challenge.      Lastly, I would like to express the gratitude of the 700 associates of our company for your help in securing their future, by helping to make our organization as cost competitive as possible.” (740)

    “This was the best thing we have ever done.  I have used the report several times.  Our new head operations manager is moving in this direction.”  (714)

     “I am the new controller.  Our president has given me a hard copy of the energy assessment done in Nov 2003.  I was very impressed with your evaluation and report.” (690) 

     “You did a good job.  The report was sent on with strong recommendations.” (713)

    “I would like to thank you for the outstanding report you and your team developed. We have already started to address some of your AR's prior to the report so we are already on track…I plan to present the executive summary to management soon…Again thank you for the outstanding report, it truly reflects the dedication you give to providing your clients with best results possible.”

     “Our corporate Environmental Health and Safety division was extremely impressed with your report and wants to share it with other plants…”

    “Our exercise on Friday with your IAC Team was great. The team was very well received by our entire operation. Our Plant Manager… myself and others in our technical and facilities departments were very impressed with your team's professionalism, their technical and manufacturing knowledge and their powers of observation. During the day and at the closing meeting we got many good inputs which we can begin to follow up on.”

     “The assessment was very professional.  Our plant was difficult given the shop type work we do, but we took advantage of the practical stuff.  This is a good program.  You identified lots of opportunities for us to save.”

    “I want to thank you again for the day we spent together. I believe your visit will result in additional energy improvements to our plant. I greatly enjoyed the conversations. I was very impressed with the "down-to-earth" approach your group employed in our assessment. We are already starting to investigate some of your proposals.” (793)

    “Waste and energy data collection was helpful.  It gave us a start for projecting future use.”

     “You provided good ideas to get us thinking.”

    “The assessment made us look at areas that we ignored for no good reason.”

    “The assessment was very helpful!  It was done in a professional manner and was very organized.  We enjoyed working with the students.”

    “The assessment opened our eyes to a few things.”

    “Anytime we can save money, it is worthwhile.  We enjoyed having the assessment and though we did a great job.”

    “The report was fantastic!  It was helpful from a technical point of view.”

     “(Because of the report) management listened to our ideas!”

    “We learned more about our facility.  Opening our eyes was good. It helped us as engineers.”

    “It was extremely helpful.  The team was very professional.  We are pleased with the report.  It was an excellent analysis.”

    “Very helpful to have economics from a neutral third party when selling ideas to management.”

    “Nice to photocopy your report, give it to engineering and say ‘Now, make it happen.”

    “Really appreciated it.  It let us know what we were doing right.”

    “Very pleased with the way it was done.  I was impressed by the nature and depth of the questions.”

    "Would be interested in participating again in the future."

    "Appreciate the service. Had enthusiastic group of students."

    "Was very professional. Big help. Helped us understand how to evaluate utilities and savings."

    "Helped us focus on helpful areas and stifle old wives tales."

    "Good to get third party to look. Inside person sees trees and not the forest. Good to get a little education."

    "The report is a nice source book."

    "You saw things we didn't see."

    "Was excellent. Fine job."

    “Thank you again for coming to the site and all you and your team's hard work! It's greatly appreciated and my manager is already hammering on me to get some of the initial actions you mentioned on my to do list!” (753)

    "Informative. Issues were brought up that we had not considered."

    “Wanted to let you know that we have completed some work on our air compressor room to vent it better!  The room is now cool and the compressor is cold to the touch! Thanks for your help.”

    "A good service."

    "A lot of good ideas."

    "Helped us see some things we didn't see before."

    "Information was valuable."

    "Great program, especially for smaller customers."

    "Good job. Glad to see calculations. Helped to justify changes to management. Helped us understand rate structures."

    "Very professional, courteous and polite."

    “This was a great report.  We are very pleased.”

    “Thanks to you and your team for the effort extended at our facility. I was surprised you were able to accomplish so much in the limited time available. Extend my personal thanks to each member of your team.” (769)

    “I would like to thank you and your staff for visiting our facility.  Both Terry and I enjoyed the opportunity to work with you in finding energy saving ideas for our facility. We were very impressed with the knowledge and level of details that everyone provided.”  (820)

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    Energy Publications and Presentations

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    Whole-System Inside-Out Approach to Energy Assessments

    Energy Audit Best Practices, Kissock, K., 3rd Annual E Source Major Accounts Training Conference and Summit, Boston, MA, May 9-11, 2007.

    Inside-out Approach For Identifying Industrial Energy and Waste Reduction Opportunities, Kissock, Hallinan and Bader, Journal of Strategic Planning for Energy and Environment, 2001.

    Lean Energy Analysis: Industrial Facilities

    “Using M&V Models to Understand Energy Through Lean Energy Analysis”, Presentation at Panel on Verification of Industrial Facility Energy Improvement, American Council on an Energy Efficient Economy Summer Study on Industrial Energy Efficiency, Niagara Falls, NY, July 27, 2011.

    Abels, B., Sever, F., Kissock, K. and Ayele, D.,”Understanding Industrial Energy Use through Lean Energy Analysis, SAE 2011 World Congress, Detroit, MI, April 12-14, 2011.

    Lammers, N., Kissock, K., Abels, B. and Sever, F., “Measuring Progress with Normalized Energy Intensity“,2011, SAE 2011 World Congress, Detroit, MI, April 12-14, 2011

    Kissock, J.K. and Eger, C., 2008, “Measuring Industrial Energy Savings”, Journal of Applied Energy, Vol. 85, Issue 5, pp. 347-361, May.

    Understanding Industrial Energy Use through Sliding Regression Analysis, Eger, B. and Kissock, K., ACEEE Summer Study on Energy in Industry, White Plains, NY, July 24-27, 2007.

    Targeted Energy Efficiency with Multi-facility Benchmarking, Kissock, K., E Source Energy Managers’ Roundtable, Boston, MA, May 9-11, 2007.

    Measuring Industrial Energy Savings, Kissock, K. and Eger, B.,Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress and Exposition, Detroit, MI, April 3-6, 2006.

    Productivity and Energy: Challenges and Opportunities For U.S. Manufacturers, Kissock, Ohio Energy Management and Restructuring Conference, Columbus, OH, February 17-18, 2005.

    Benchmarking Approaches: An Alternate Method to Determine Best Practice by Examining Plant-Wide Energy Signatures, Patil Y., Seryak, J., and Kissock, K., ACEEE Summer Study on Energy in Industry, West Point, NY, July 19-22, 2005.

    Lean Energy Analysis: Guiding Energy Reduction Efforts to Theoretical Minimum Energy Use, Seryak, J. and Kissock, K., ACEEE Summer Study on Energy in Industry, West Point, NY, July 19-22, 2005.

    Understanding Manufacturing Energy Use Through Statistical Analysis, Kissock and Seryak, Industrial Energy Technology Conference, Houston, TX, 2004.

    Lean Energy Analysis: Identifying, Discovering And Tracking Energy Savings Potential, Kissock and Seryak, Advanced Energy and Fuel Cell Technologies Conference, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Livonia, MI, 2004.

    Lean Energy Analysis: Buildings

    Kissock, K.and Mulqeen, S., 2008, “Targeting Energy Efficiency Programs Using Advanced Billing Analysis”, ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, August 17–22, 2008, Pacific Grove, California.

    Raffio, G., Isambert, O., Mertz, G., Schreier, C. and Kissock, K., 2007, “Targeting Residential Energy Assistance Programs”, ASME International Solar Energy Conference, Long Beach, CA, June 27-30.

    Inverse Simulation

    Sever, F., Kissock, K., Brown, D., and Mulqueen, S., “Estimating Industrial Building Energy Savings using Inverse Simulation”, ASHRAE 2011-86073, Las Vegas, NM, Jan 29-Feb 2, 2011.

    Natural Lighting

    Net Energy Costs of Skylights, Syed, R., Kleinhenz, P. and Kissock, K., ACEEE Summer Study on Energy in Industry, White Plains, NY, July 24-27, 2007.

    A Hybrid Method For Estimating Natural Lighting Potential In Buildings, Kissock, K., ASME International Solar Energy Conference, Portland, OR, 2004.

    Compressed Air

    Alkadi, N. and Kissock, K., “Improving Compressed Air Energy Efficiency in Automotive Plants”, SAE 2011 World Congress, Detroit, MI, April 12-14, 2011.

    Abels, B. and Kissock, K., “Optimizing Compressed Air Storage for Energy Efficiency”, SAE 2011 World Congress, Detroit, MI, April 12-14, 2011.  

    Improving Performance of Compressed Air Systems Through Calibrated Simulation, Schmidt, C., Kissock, K., and Eger, C., ACEEE Summer Study on Energy in Industry, West Point, NY, July 19-22, 2005.

    Estimating Energy Savings in Compressed Air Systems, Schmidt and Kissock, Industrial Energy Technology Conference, Houston, TX, 2004.

    Power Characteristics of Industrial Air Compressors, Schmidt and Kissock, Industrial Energy Technology Conference, Houston, TX, 2003.

    Process Heating

    Industrial Solid-State Energy Harvesting: Mechanisms and Examples, Kocoloski, M., McCarty, R., Eger, C., Hallinan, K. and Kissock, K., ACEEE Summer Study on Energy in Industry, White Plains, NY, July 24-27, 2007.

    Energy Efficiency Process Heating Webinar – 8/24/2006.  

    Energy Efficient Process Heating: Insulation and Thermal Mass, Carpenter, K. and Kissock, K., Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress and Exposition, Detroit, MI, April 3-6, 2006.

    Energy Efficient Process Heating: Managing Air Flow, Carpenter, K. and Kissock, K., Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress and Exposition, Detroit, MI, April 3-6, 2006.

    Steam Systems

    Common Excess Air Trends in Industrial Boilers with Single-Point Positioning Control and Strategies to Optimize Efficiency, Carpenter, K. and Kissock, K., ACEEE Summer Study on Energy in Industry, White Plains, NY, July 24-27, 2007.

    Quantifying Energy Savings From Improved Boiler Operation, Carpenter, K. and Kissock, K., Industrial Energy Technology Conference, New Orleans, LA, May 11-12, 2005.

    Fuel Cells in Industry

    A Feasibility Study of Fuel Cell Cogeneration in Industry, Phelps, S. and Kissock, J.K., Industrial Energy Technology Conference, Houston, TX. 1997.

    Energy and Carbon Economics

    Pohlman, D., Smith, J., Kissock, K., 2012, “Net-Zero Carbon Manufacturing At Net-Zero Cost”, World Renewable Energy Forum, Denver, CO, May 13-17, 2012.

    Economics of Energy Efficiency in a Carbon Constrained World, Trombley, D. and Kissock, K., ACEEE Summer Study on Energy in Industry, White Plains, NY, July 24-27, 2007.

    Building Energy Efficiency

    Hallinan, K. P., Brodrick, P., Northridge, J., Kissock, J. K., Brecha, R. J., 2011, “Establishing Building Recommissioning Priorities and Potential Energy Savings from Utility Energy Data” , ASHRAE Transactions, ML-11-003.

    Hallinan, K. P., Mitchell, A., Brecha, R. J., Kissock, J. K., 2011, “Targeting Residential Energy Reduction for City Utilities Using Historical Electrical Utility Data and Readily Available Building Data”, ASHRAE Transactions, ML-11-009.

    Brecha, R. J., Mitchell, A., Hallinan, K. P., Kissock, J. K., 2011, “Prioritizing Investment in Residential Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy - A Case Study for the US Midwest”. Energy Policy, 39(5), 2982–2992. Jochum, M., Murugesan, G., Kissock, K, Hallinan, K., 2011 “Low Exergy Heating and Cooling In Residential Buildings” Proceedings of ASME Energy Sustainability Conference, ESFuelCell2011-54671, August 7-10, Washington, DC USA.

    Gilbert, R. and Kissock, K., 2007, “The Effect Of Thermal Mass On Thermal Transmission Loads”, ASME International Solar Energy Conference, Long Beach, CA, June 27-30.

    Mirza, K. and Kissock, K., 2007, “An Analytical Solution for Determining Dynamic Thermal Loads through Walls”, ASME International Solar Energy Conference, Long Beach, CA, June 27-30.

    Solar and Wind Energy

    Ahmad, F., Komp, R., Ahmad, I. and Kissock, K., 2010, “Photovoltaic Module Assembly As Appropriate Technology In Pakistan”, ASME International Conference on Energy Sustainability, Phoenix, AZ, May 17-22.

    Wenning, T. and Kissock, K., 2009, “Methodology For Preliminary Assessment Of Regional Wind Energy Potential”, ASME International Solar Energy Conference, Long Beach, CA, June 27-30.

    Energy Audits for Sustainability

    Jun-Ki Choi, Industrial Assessment Center assistant directorRecently, Dr. Choi and several graduate students performed an all-day energy audit at Columbus-based Momentive’s Newark plant, a 175,300-square-foot facility. Click here to read the complete article >>
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    Dr. John Kelly Kissock
    Professor and Chair, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and
    Renewable and Clean Energy Graduate Program
    Director, Industrial Assessment Center

    University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center
    Lead Engineer: Hang Zhang
    Phone: 937-229-3343

    University of Dayton
    Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
    Kettering Laboratories Room 361
    300 College Park
    Dayton, OH 45469-0238

    Phone: 937-229-2835    Fax: 937-229-4766