About Brent Rubeli
I am a mechanical engineer with over eight years
experience in both the public and private sectors. My current research
focus is in four major areas:
- The effect of depth on diesel engine emissions
for underground mining.
- Applications engineering and regeneration of
diesel particulate filter systems.
- Development of TCIC electronic diesel engines
for light duty vehicles.
- Generation of mining-specific vehicle duty cycles
for emissions research.
I currently work at a leading Canadian diesel
emissions research facility where I am responsible for test cell
operations including engine certification, applied research, and
contract research development.
I am a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, the American Society
of Mechanical Engineers, and the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and
In my spare time, I enjoy working on my Audi 90 which I recently converted
from a gasoline-powered engine to a diesel. I fuel it with bio-diesel that
I make in my basement much to my wife's chagrin!
Read about my musings on the state of diesel technology on my blog, Nozzle
Chatter. To download a PDF copy of my resume click
here (84 Kb).