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Kenneth E. Noll, Ph.D.

Professor, ENVE

Office: 

PH 217

Phone: 

312.567.3536

Fax: 

312.567.8874

Email: 

Education 

Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (1969)
M.S., Civil Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (1966)
B.S., Civil Engineering, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI (1959)

Expertise 

Ambient Air Quality: Characterization of Carbon Emissions to the Atmosphere, Physical and Chemical Characterization of Atmospheric Particles, Modeling Transport and Fate of contaminates in the atmosphere, Design of control systems for the removal of particles and gases from the atmosphere.

Research 

Professor Noll’s expertise is in Ambient Air Quality: Characterization of Carbon Emissions to the Atmosphere, Physical and Chemical Characterization of Atmospheric Particles, Modeling Transport and Fate of contaminates in the atmosphere, Design of control systems for the removal of particles and gases from the atmosphere.

Publications 

D. Venkatesan, K. Noll, D. Tawde “Application of a methodology to estimate carbon credits for GHG emissions from the processing of Biosolids generated by wastewater treatment” International Journal of Environment and Waste Management, July 2011 (estimate of biosolids emissions from waste water control systems)

X. Li, T. Wang, D. Venkatesan, K. Noll, K. Pagilla, J Moschandreas “Odor emission rate estimation of indoor industrial sources using a modified inverse modeling method” ,J. of Air and Water Waste Management Association, Vol 61, August 2011

T. Wang, D. Venkatesan, C. Sattayatewa, K. Pagilla, K. Noll, DJ. Moschandreas “Comparison of two dynamic measurements methods of odor and odorant estimation rates from freshly dewatered Biosolids indoors” accepted by Water Research

T. Wang, D. Venkatesan, C. Sattayatewa, K. Pagilla, K. Noll, DJ. Moschandreas “Formulation of an odor and odorant model indoors in a post-digestion dewatering building”.submitted to Water, Air & Soil Pollution, June 2011

K Noll & D. Vankatesan, “Characterization and Measurement of Atmospheric Large Particles (PM>10 um)”, Aerosol Measurement: Principles, Techniques and Application, Third Edition Wiley, Edited by P. Kulkarni, P. Baron, C. Willeke, July 2011 (experimental design of monitoring systems)