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Sukumar Brahma, assistant professor in the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Electric Utility Management Program at NMSU, is among 28 research groups receiving federal funding for new wind energy projects.
New Mexico, nicknamed the Land of Enchantment, is rapidly becoming the “Land of Windchantment.” There is a veritable wind land rush taking place in the state, with a plethora of wind developers signing wind power leases with ranchers across the eastern plains.
A national and international collaboration has brought researchers from the University of Minnesota and the University of Melbourne to the Subsonic Aerospace Wind Tunnel at New Mexico State University to study turbulence in an experiment described as a world’s first in terms of scale.
New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering is part of a Texas consortium that has been awarded $2 million in test equipment to develop large-scale wind blade and component test facilities, accelerating the commercial availability of wind energy.
The Institute for Energy and the Environment (IEE) of the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University has joined forces with Fort Bliss, and its strategic planning consultant MCFA LLC, to look at alternate sources of energy for use by the Army.
By New Mexico State University Las Cruces Sun-News New Mexico State University’s Southwest Technology Development Institute, part of the Institute for Energy and the Environment in the College of Engineering, is working on several energy projects using renewable solar and wind sources on the NMSU campus, within the city of Las Cruces and at Fort…
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