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The Turbine Testing Lab at Kathmandu University is a one-of-a-kind laboratory facility established with a vision of aiding hydropower development in Nepal through research, testing and simulation, validation and other technical support. Located at the foothill of Kathmandu University at Dhulikhel, Nepal, the lab operates within the academic environment of the university and collaborates with the industries and private sectors to address technical and societal aspects of hydropower development and turbine-related issues. Capable of testing the turbine upto 300 kW, the lab is equipped with the state-of-the-art technology, computers and spacious office space for academic as well as commercial purpose. Read More...


Turbine Testing Lab carries out a lot of research activities regarding turbine design, development and simulations. TTL is working towards becoming a center of excellence for research activities regarding turbines and hydropower in Nepal. To achieve this target, it is rigorously conducting various academic and commercial research activities. Learn more the ongoing Research Activities at Turbine Testing Lab by clicking here


 Latest: Check out the Fifth Anniversary Issue &Monthly Bulletin of TTL for July 2017



Important Notice: Workshop on "Need & Prospects of Center of Excellence (CoE) at TTL for hydropower development in Nepal"

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