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2021- present

National Research Council Research Fellow, National Institute of Standards and Technology


Visiting Researcher, Argonne National Laboratory



Visiting Researcher, National Renewable Energy Laboratory



Mechanical Design Engineer, Leviton Manufacturing Company



Research Scholar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lincoln Laboratory



Mechanical Design Engineer, U.S. Peace Corps + Michigan Tech



Business Strategy Analyst, Handshake



Manufacturing Engineer Intern, Kimberly-Clark Corp.



Mechanical Design Engineer Intern, Johnson Controls

Speed of Sound: Reference Quality Measurements, Instrumentation, Status of the Field

Publications Related to Speed of Sound (NIST)

Rowane, A.J., Rasmussen, E. G., McLinden, M. O., “Liquid-Phase Speed of Sound and Vapor-Phase Density of Difluoromethane” Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 2022, doi: 10.1021/acs.jced.2c00441 

In Preparation:  

4. E. G. Rasmussen*, B. Willithan, “Status, Gaps, and Importance of Sound Speed Metrology and Data for Metal Elements” Invited Review by Editors – in preparation. Applied Physics Review.

3. E.G. Rasmussen*, Aaron J. Rowane, Eric W. Lemmon, “Reference Quality Measurements of Sounds Speed and a Fundamental Equation of State for N, N-Dimethylformamide (DMF)” In Preparation.

2. E.G. Rasmussen*, Eric W. Lemmon, “Fundamental Helmholtz Energy Equation of State for chlorotrifluoroethylene (R1113)” In Preparation.

1. E. G. Rasmussen*, M. O. McLinden, “Instrument for Reference Quality Sound Speed Measurements of Liquid up to 1000 K and 50 MPa” In Preparation.


E. G. Rasmussen, A. J. Rowane, M. O. McLinden, “Advances in Sound-Speed Metrology for Thermodynamic Data on Difluoromethane (HCF-32) and N, N-Dimethylformamide (DMF) to Enable Next-Generation Technologies,” American Chemical Society (ACS) Fall Conference, Chicago, IL, Sept. 2022

Scalable and sustainable nano material synthesis via the continuous flow of supercritical fluids

Publications Related to CO2 + MOF Synthesis (University of Washington/ NREL)

Rasmussen, E.G. *; Kramlich, J.; Novosselov, I. V.; Synthesis of metal-organic framework HKUST-1 via tunable continuous flow supercritical carbon dioxide reactor, Chemical Engineering Journal 450 (2022) 138053.

Rasmussen, E.G.; Yellapantula, S.; Martin, M. J. How Equation of State Selection Impacts Accuracy Near the Critical Point: Forced Convection Supercritical CO2 Flow Over a Cylinder. J. of Supercritical Fluids, 2020 doi: 10.1016/j.supflu.2020.105141

Rasmussen, E.G*.; Kramlich, J.; Novosselov, I. Scalable Continuous Flow Metal Organic Framework (MOF) Synthesis Using Supercritical CO2. ACS Sustain. Chem. Eng., 2020 8(26). doi: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.0c01429

Martin, M.; Rasmussen, E.G.; Yellapantula, S. Nonlinear Heat Transfer from Particles in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide near the Critical Point. J Therm. Sci. Eng. Appl., 2019 12(3). doi:10.1115/1.4045222

Recipient of the following honors/ awards:

Data Center Liquid Cooling via 3D Printed Brushless DC Motor

My M.S. thesis focused on designing, prototyping, and testing a high-reliability liquid pump for application in liquid cooling high heat semiconductors in data centers. 

Projects completed while a design engineer at Leviton - Network Solutions

Novel formfit design to reduce  cable strain 

*Design prototyped and patented*

*Design in global production, won an industry award, and was patented*