Responsible for the design and construction of a multi-million dollar demonstration of Cryogenic Carbon Capture (CCC), a novel technology to separate CO2 and other pollutants
from flue gas streams. Took technology from the lab to a transportable pilot plant capable of capturing CO2 from coal, natural gas, and cement plant exhaust. The image above shows the inside of
the cryogenic shipping container, where the CO2 is removed from flue gas as a solid.
Designed and drafted thousands of parts in Autodesk Inventor and created and managed large assemblies using Vault. Used SketchUp to develop ideas rapidly before commiting to designs in Inventor.
Awarded a patent for the design of a heat exchanger which can withstand the generation of solids.
Programmed process modeling software in C# with the ability to handle desublimation in heat exchangers, a task that is not achievable in commercial software.
Responisble for creating the IT infrastructure and managing our file servers, website, and troubleshooting.
Modeled and animated equipment in 3ds Max for promotional videos.
Cryogenic Carbon Capture
Cryogenic Carbon Capture™ (CCC) is a post-combustion technology that has the potential to reduce carbon emissions from fossil-fueled power plants by 95–99%, at half the cost and
energy of current state-of-the-art carbon capture processes. In addition, CCC also removes other pollutants, such as SOX, NOX, and mercury.