Office: EECS 3001
Phone: (734) 615-5253
Fax: (734) 647-3170
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2125
Environmental and sustainable technology systems; life cycle product design optimization; pollution prevention technologies for manufacturing; metalworking fluid formulation and performance; membrane filtration; supercritical fluid delivery of lubricants; biological detection and control in aqueous systems; technology policy analysis.
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Skerlos, S.J., Morrow, W.R., Michalek, J.J.,2005, Sustainable Design Engineering and Science: Selected Challenges and Case Studies, Sustainability Science and Engineering, M. Abraham Ed., Elsevier, Pg. 477-525.
Clarens, A.F., Zimmerman, J.B., Keoleian, G.A., Hayes, K.F., Skerlos, S.J., 2008, “Comparison of Life Cycle Emissions and Energy Consumption of Environmentally Adapted Metalworking Fluid Systems", Environmental Science and Technology, v42, n22, Dec 15, 2008, pp. 8534-8540.
Zhao, F ., Clarens, A.F., Hayes, K.F., Skerlos, S.J., 2006, “Optimization of Metalworking Fluid Microemulsion Surfactant Concentrations for Microfiltration Recycling”, Environmental Science and Technology, v41, n3, Feb 1, 2007, pp. 1016-1023.
Zimmerman, J., Clarens, A., Hayes, K., Skerlos, S.J., 2003, “Design of Hardwater Stable Emulsifier Systems for Petroleum- and Bio-Based Semi-Synthetic Metalworking Fluids”, Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 37, No. 23, pp. 5278-5288.
Michalek, J., Papalambros, P.Y., Skerlos, S.J., 2005, “A Methodology for Studying the Effects of Emissions Policies on Optimal Vehicle Design Decisions”, Journal of Mechanical Design: Transactions of ASME, Vol. 126, pp. 1062-1070.