Enexor BioEnergy and UT’s Dayakar Penumadu have teamed up to design and build a combustion engine that can burn waste products with zero carbon emissions.
Dayakar Penumadu and students helped IACMI develop a composites-based bridge in Morgan County that includes sensors giving real-time data.
When he heard former UT Knoxville football player Inquoris “Inky” Johnson speak during Homecoming of 2018, professor Dayakar Penumadu saw […]
The nation’s aging infrastructure has become both a practical and political concern in recent years, including the growing number of […]
Dayakar Penumadu, Fred N. Peebles Professor in civil and environmental engineering, is researching the materials in automotive and aerospace industries.
The Composites World 2019 Carbon Fiber conference recently took place in Knoxville, and, for the first time, Tickle College of […]
The UT Research Foundation and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering recently submitted a patent application on behalf of […]