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Dr. Robert R. Romanosky Jr.

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Product Manager Power Systems Adv...

Phone: (412) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.gov
National Energy Technology Laboratory
L 626 Cochrans Mill Road Bldg. 920 202
Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania 15236
United States


Employment History


  • Ph.D.
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The first technical session, "Energy ... [cached]
The first technical session, "Energy Sustainability in a Carbon Constrained World," kicks off with a PowerPoint-fueled presentation from Robert R. Romanosky, advanced research technology manager at the Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory. He starts by noting that U.S. carbon dioxide emissions total 6.3 billion tons a year.
"We've been taking a look at how do we mitigate the problem," he says. "We've been looking at two key areas. One is improving efficiency. The other major approach is carbon capture and sequestration. "No matter how we choose to do it, the factor at the end is we have to capture the carbon," he says.
Romanosky reviews a variety of new technologies that are currently being tested for their ability to capture pure carbon dioxide as part of the energy-production process. That CO2 can then be sequestered in geological formations deep in the earth.
Robert Romanosky, Technology ... [cached]
Robert Romanosky, Technology Manager, Power Systems Advanced Research, US DoE, NETL
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Robert Romanosky, Technology Manager, Power Systems Advanced Research, US DoE, NETL
Grand Forks Herald | 04/19/2002 | UND: Camera gives EERC super' abilities [cached]
Robert Romanosky, manager of the DOE's national energy technology laboratory, explained what the latter could do.
Because infrared thermography creates images from heat, Romanosky said, it highlights temperature loss and can be used to see exactly where heat and energy escapes within coal-fired power plants.
The camera could be used during normal operation of the power plants and in the midst of ultra-intense heat.And the information that's collected could be used to make the plants more efficient, cut capital costs and decrease consumers' electricity bills, he said.
"This is not a technology breakthrough," Romanosky said."This is a clever application of a widely used technology that can impact the next generation of fossil fuel plants."
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"This is not a technology breakthrough," said Robert Romanosky, Product Manager for Advanced Power Systems Research at the NETL.
Romanosky went on to say, "Heat transfer units represent a major source of energy losses with in a coal-fired plant.
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