Alan S. Feitelberg
Alan S. Feitelberg spent 22 years as a chemical engineer in industry, serving as both an individual contributor and engineering manager. His research, process development, and product development activities have ranged from gas turbine combustion, pollution prevention, and time-dependent modeling of chemical reactors to second-generation biofuel production and the design of fuel cell systems. He is listed as an inventor on 9 US patents and has authored numerous peer-reviewed papers and technical publications. While working full time in industry, for many years Alan also found the time to develop and teach evening classes at RPI and Union Graduate College.
- 2005. "Reliability of Plug Power Gen Sys Fuel Cell Systems." Journal of Power Sources 147: 203-207. .
- 2005. "Operating Line Analysis of Fuel Processors for PEM Fuel Cell Systems." International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 30 (11): 1251-1257. .
- 2001. "Reduced NOx Diffusion Flame Combustors for Industrial Gas Turbines." Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power 123: 757-765. .
- 2000. "Performance of a Reduced NOx Diffusion Flame Combustor for the MS5002 Gas Turbine." Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power 122 (2): 301-306. .
- 2000. "The Role of Carbon Monoxide in NO2 Plume Formation." Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power 122 (2): 287-292. .
Selected Awards and Honors
- Plug Power award for contributions to successful DOE proposals (Plug Power Inc.) 2006
- Best Technical Paper Award (International Gas Turbine Institute) 1999
- GE Management Awards for project-related accomplishments (General Electric) 1994
- BS (Chemical Engineering), Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1984
- MS (Chemical Engineering Practice), MIT, 1986
- Ph D (Chemical Engineering), MIT, 1990