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Dr. Gregory E. Muleski

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Phone: (816) ***-****  HQ Phone
Midwest Research Institute
425 Volker Boulevard
Kansas City , Missouri 64110
United States

Company Description: Borne out of the desire to bolster the Midwestern economy, MRI was established in 1944 with a mission to supply needed research for industry and to encourage...   more

Employment History

  • Principal Environmental Engineer
    MRIGlobal (formerly Midwest Research Institute [MRI
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Fugitive Dust Abstracts by MRI Staff, 9 Sept 2000 [cached]
Presenter : Dr. Gregory E. Muleski
Probably no single generic particulate emission category spans a broader range of source conditions than vehicular travel over unpaved surfaces.Included are not only the public unpaved roads common throughout rural parts of the country, but also those roads traveled by very large trucks used in heavy industry such as surface mining operations.Some roads - such as those at landfills, mines, and construction sites - may exist for only a short period of time.National inventories of particulate matter show that dust emissions from unpaved roads are a major source category.
Presenter : Dr. Gregory E. Muleski
This paper describes a series of field tests of particulate matter (PM) from two industrial facilities located at the Port of Tubarão, Vitória, Espírito Santo, Brazil.Tests occurred at (a) an integrated iron and steel plant operated by Companhia Siderurgica de Tubarão (CST) and (b) a large facility operated by Companhahia Vale do Rio Doce (CVRD), which includes iron ore pelletizing and marine shipping operations.
The principal objectives of the study were.
Rockhurst Math and Physics Alumni Directory, 14 Dec 2008 [cached]
Gregory E. Muleski (Math and Engineering) Principal Engineer, Midwest Research Institute
Control of Fugitive Dust Sources, 23 June 2005 [cached]
Greg Muleski, Ph.D., is a scientist at the Midwest Research Institute specializing in field evaluation of emissions from nonprocess sources and control techniques, simulation of the atmospheric release and subsequent transport of pollutants, and applied mechanics and mathematics related to numerical simulation of particle entrainment and motion.Greg has prepared a manual on unpaved road dust control, a guidance document on the control of open fugitive dust sources.
Air Pollution Control Technology Program - Dust Suppressants Technical Panel Meeting - 05/30/01, 30 May 2001 [cached]
Mr. Trenholm and Mr. Greg Muleski, MRI, discussed the testing procedures for the air pollution (i.e., PM) testing activities.
Greg Muleski, Midwest Research Institute
Greg MuleskiMidwest Research Institute
JAWMA Paper: Particulate Emissions from Construction Activities, 1 June 2005 [cached]
Gregory E. Muleski and Chatten Cowherd, Jr., Midwest Research Institute, Kansas City, MO
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