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James J. Nolan B.E.(Hons)
Engineering and business development projects delivery in:
Energy and Renewables, Utilities, and Infrastructure.
B.E.(Hons) Mechanical Engineering UCD, Ireland. (1966-1970)
Main Subjects: Thermodynamics, Thermodynamics of machines, Heat Transfer, Dynamics, Electrical Engineering.
Proficiency at: Excel, Word, AutoCAD, HTML, and most common and some obscure computer applications.
I’m a Mechanical Engineer with 40 years experience in various technical project delivery roles for a wide range of industries. My experience covered nearly 30 years as managing director of R.N.Murphy & Assoc. a medium sized Irish mechanical and electrical engineering consultancy with 50 engineer/technicians at peak operating in Europe. During that period I’ve designed and overseen the installation of most configurations of energy systems. Latterly I headed up the section of the practice that was involved mainly in energy generation and energy efficiency. My roles included; Engineering Project Manager from concept design of systems,mass and energy balances, budget formulation, equipment specification and liaise with manufacturers, suppliers and utilities from start of projects to hand over and commissioning with associated cost control throughout the project.
I can provide independent assessment of most technologies that either generate or use energy. I can provide complete energy and mass flow schematics and analysis from source or feedstock to economical usage of the product and any energy by-products. This can include if require equipment specification and plant design,tariff analysis, REFIT and consultation with utilities for power purchase agreements.
Some Current Projects:
Ohio:USA: Facility to process 2,000t/day of untreated municipal solid waste MSW, bunker C,and used tyres etc to diesel,kerosene, and gasoline. The back end process consists of a quantum wave resonance catalyst that splits long chain carbon molecules and recombines them into carbon chains of C12 average. The resultant fuel can be distilled into its constituent grades for road and aviation use.The project will incorporate sorting the waste into renewables for resale and feedstock for pyrolysing and catalytic conversion of the syngas into liquid fuel. The remaining non condensiing gases will be used in a 20MW CHP unit for in-house power and excess to grid. The waste heat from the gas engines will be used in front end drying and processing of MSW.