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Luis A. Luyo is an engineering technician in the Heat Transfer and Alternative Energy Systems Group of the Energy and Environment Division (EED) of the Engineering Laboratory (EL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Luis Luyo joined the Heat Transfer and Alternative Energy System Group in September 2001 as a Mechanical Engineering Technician. Mr. Luyo's military background as a Machinery Repairman as well as his sheet metal fabrication experience, combined with his (HVAC) Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning training, helped to provide him with the knowledge and skills to assist engineers and scientists in their research projects.
Luis is responsible for constructing new test equipment as well as making repairs and improvements to the High Temperature Guarded Hot Plate lab, the Residential Fuel Cell lab, the Micro-Combined Heat and Power (Micro-CHP) lab, the Residential Water Heater Lab, the Solar Simulator Lab, and the Building Integrated Photovoltaic Tracking Facility.
In addition, Mr. Luyo maintains the Heat Transfer and Alternative Energy System Group's facilities.
Energy and Environment Division
Heat Transfer and Alternative Energy Systems Group
U.S. Navy, Computer Numerical Control Machinery Training, 1998
Montgomery Community College, Engineering, 1990,1992,1996Local Union No. 100, Sheet Metal Apprenticeship, 1985