Ron's primary role is to develop thermodynamic models for the MSE framework. This includes researching, organizing, analyzing, and regressing experimental data for a wide variety of systems.
Ron is an experienced thermophysical modeler. He has developed MSE thermodynamic models for many systems, including most salts consisting of the hydronium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium and ammonium cations and the hydroxide, chloride, nitrate, sulfate, bisulfate, carbonate and bicarbonate anions. Ron has also developed the models for carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, urea, hydrocarbons and many others.
Areas of Expertise
MSChE, New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1986
BSChE, University of Cincinnati, 1977