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Ph.D. Chemical Engineering
with a focus on ash partitioning in oxy-fuel combustion
M.S. Chemical Engineering
University of Utah
A.B. Physics and Environmental Studies
Provided CO2 capture research and technical consultation in the U.S. and in Korea.
Field testing for mercury and NOx control in plants throughout the U.S.
Development work performed in cooperation with the University of Utah, Lehigh University, University of California Berkeley, Western Research Institute, the Energy and Environmental Research Center, University of Akron, and Southern Company.
Presented numerous technical papers on combustion, oxy-fuel combustion, CO2 capture, ash partitioning and aerosol formation mechanisms in 7 countries on 4 continents.
Expert in combustion, combustion-related ash aerosol formation, ash deposition, and potential mitigation measures.
[Ash and deposit formation from oxy-coal combustion in a 100kW test furnace]
[Soot, unburned carbon and ultrafine particle emissions from air- and oxy-coal flames]
[A comparison of soot, fine particle and sodium emissions for air- and oxy-coal flames, with recycled flue gases of various compositions]
[An examination of pulverized coal combustion aerosols in air and in retrofit oxy-fired combustion environments]
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