- 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: 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
Patent Work as Listed Inventor:
US 8,845,986 Process to reduce emissions of nitrogen and mercury from coal-fired boilers.
US9278314B2 Method and system to reclaim functional sites on a sorbent contaminated by heat stable salts.
- This patent is being pursued in Canada, Australia, China, and India.