If you have a problem that is considered impossible to solve then I am interested.

Many problems are difficult to solve because the scope of possible solution methods is over constrained.

Many problems are difficult to solve because the scope of possible solution methods is over constrained.

Thermodynamics.

Electrical machines.

Aerodynamic devices.

Spray nozzles and internal combustion engines.

CAD technology.

Electrical machines.

Aerodynamic devices.

Spray nozzles and internal combustion engines.

CAD technology.

I look for parallel solutions in nature. For instance, nature develops solutions that are optimized over vast periods of time, it is a filter system where the weak solutions die out. If you create a complex solution is usually creates another set of complex issues.

- CFD, FEA, C++, MEMS, Spray Atomization, CAD design, Gas Turbine design.

- Invented a new bidirectional variable pitch statorless reaction turbine for a wave energy converter.
- Developing a new CAD method that uses a continuum definition to define both the geometry and the solution method. It is an n-dimensional definition that uses a spectral shape function to describe both the geometry and solve the fluid mechanics and structural mechanics. It describes a component/part as a single n-dimensional equation which enables the computation of the exact solution.
- I discovered the Spatial Twist Continuum, the global connectivity constraint of a Hexahedral mesh. Developing an automatic 3D hex meshing program using this method.
- Invented an air assist fuel injector with a shock wave nozzle with a 140% reduction in SMD.