MPR’s Eisele to Present at Energy, Utility and Environment Conference

February 3, 2017

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MPR’s lead engineer, Scott Eisele, will deliver research during his presentation, Predicting Sorbent Dispersion with CFD, at this year’s Energy, Utility and Environment Conference (EUEC).

In its 20th year, the EUEC will meet February 8-10th at the San Diego Convention Center. Recognized as one of the largest professional networking & educational events in the power industry, EUEC facilitates information exchange and fosters cooperation between industry, government, and regulators for the protection of our environment and energy security.

Mr. Eisele will present his findings within the ‘Mercury Control’ program, where he will explain how activated carbon injection is used by utilities to meet stringent limits on mercury emissions from coal plants. Mr. Eisele will discuss how injection-system-design influences capture rates and how MPR tuned a commercially available computational fluid dynamics (CFD) code against its own experimental data for several different vendor supplied sorbents.

“Current methods of troubleshooting sorbent systems can be time consuming and MPR is continuously finding ways to help our clients be more successful and efficient,” Dennis Klein, MPR Vice President, Power, said. “We are especially pleased for Scott to have this opportunity to present, amongst peers, our findings.”

Mr. Eisele received both his Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering, from Georgia Institute of Technology.

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