Nunley joined MATRIC in 2007 and has managed pilot plant and manufacturing process improvement projects as well as basic and detailed engineering design efforts. He has particular expertise in techno-economic evaluation, procurement, instrumentation and quality assurance.
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Abstract: A novel process for capturing carbon dioxide from the flue gas of a coal-fired power plant has been shown to reduce parasitic power consumption substantially. The process employs an ionic liquid created at the University of Notre Dame that has a high capacity for absorbing CO2 by chemical reaction.