Guoxiang Liu

University of North Dakota United States of America

Dr. Guoxiang Liu is a general Engineering at National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), Department of Energy, USA. Prior, Dr. Liu is a senior engineer and team lead for onsite support for NETL as well as in Baker Hughes Company and General Electric Company. Even before, he served as Research Manager and Research Engineer at the Energy & Environmental Research Center, University of North Dakota. Dr. Liu\'s principal areas of interest and expertise include energy sector and energy expansion including fossil energy and clear energy such as hydrogen, geothermal energy as well as carbon storage, numerical modeling and fluid analysis, risk assessment, and related and environmental impacts. In addition, he is interested in computational fluid dynamics, heat transfer, and thermodynamics as well as applying AI/ML and parallel computing techniques to these areas. Dr. Liu received his Ph.D. degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from West Virginia University, master\'s degree in Computer Science from Leiden University, the Netherlands, and bachelor\'s degree in Analytical Chemistry from Yunnan Normal University, P.R. China.

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Understanding greenhouse gas sources, emissions, measurements, and management is essential for capture, utilization, reduction, and storage of greenhouse gas, which plays a crucial role in issues such as global warming and climate change. Taking advantage of the authors' experience in greenhouse gases, this book discusses an overview of recently developed techniques, methods, and strategies: - A comprehensive source investigation of greenhouse gases that are emitted from hydrocarbon reservoirs, vehicle transportation, agricultural landscapes, farms, non-cattle confined buildings, and so on. - Recently developed detection and measurement techniques and methods such as photoacoustic spectroscopy, landfill-based carbon dioxide and methane measurement, and miniaturized mass spectrometer.

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