Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Combustion Simulations, Radiative Heat Transfer, Advanced Energy Systems, Air Quality
Bradley Adams joined BYU in 2015 after 30 years in industry, including positions at GenRad, MIT Lincoln Laboratories, and Reaction Engineering International. He has significant experience in technical management and has performed R&D in the areas of heat transfer, combustion, and air pollution control, with an emphasis on CFD simulation of these processes. Current research interests include advanced power generation systems, radiative heat transfer, and air quality simulations.