- Design and modeling of heat transfer units for ultra-high temperature (>1000 C) pressurized reactor systems.
- Design experimental units to test thermal performance expected in scaled-up reactor systems and manage experiments with technical staff.
- Select and test of materials of construction for high temperature units.
- Work collaboratively with chemical process team on integration of thermal systems into chemical process.
- Construction of CAD models for small-scale experimental test stands.
- Document and report all development activities.
- Train and supervise junior personnel.
- B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. in Engineering or Science field.
- Background working at temperatures greater than 1000 C.
- Proficiency and experience with a range of thermal modeling numerical tools.
- Proficiency and experience with CAD tools.
- Proficiency and experience in fluid dynamics modeling preferred.
- Experience in molten metals, molten salts, and/or high temperature chemical reactor design preferred.
C-Zero is a hard-tech startup located in Santa Barbara, CA, that is developing a technology for decarbonizing natural gas. The company’s technology uses high temperatures to break down methane, (the primary molecule in natural gas) into hydrogen and solid carbon. C-Zero’s hydrogen can be used to decarbonize a wide range of industries including ammonia production, gasoline and diesel fuel, electric generation, process heat, and fuel cell vehicles, and has the potential to address 75% of global CO2 emissions.
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