Ryder's six years of process engineering experience include conducting mass and energy balances, designing and simulating process flow diagrams, performing economic analyses, providing equipment design and specifications, and investigating experimental and pilot design processes. His project work is focused on industrial processing facilities, power plants, and process scale-up.
Ryder’s project work in the carbon-capture arena includes process simulation for amine-based carbon capture for coal-fired power plants, and process design support and techno-economic analysis for several R&D projects sponsored by the U.S. DOE, National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), and ARPA-e. He is also knowledgeable about gasification, rare-earth elements, and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling.
MS, Chemical Engineering, University of North Dakota
BS, Chemical Engineering, University of North Dakota
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