Lawrence G. Doucet, P.E., DEE
Mr. Doucet is a registered Professional Engineer in multiple states and has nearly 50 years of comprehensive consulting, engineering and design experience involving combustion and combustion control systems and equipment, including those involving fossil fuel-fired boilers, incinerators, industrial furnaces, ovens, kilns, afterburners and oxidizers, pyrolyzers, co-gen facilities, and others. Such work has also included loss control and cause/origin surveys, fire, and explosion damage assessments; technical and economic feasibility studies; design and construction document preparation; construction management and administration; expert witness testimony and legal support; and related services.
He has provided or been responsible for providing consulting and engineering services for more than 600 industrial, institutional, commercial, municipal, and governmental clients in 43 states and abroad. He has provided testimony before the Office of Technology Assessment of the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Science Advisory Board, and the House Science Committee-Subcommittee on Energy and Environment on topics related to proposed or pending environmental regulations and environmental issues of national importance. He has additionally presented numerous seminars, training and certification programs, and technical papers involving combustion and combustion control systems and equipment, air pollution control and environmental compliance.
Courses Provided by Lawrence Doucet
CH-02-605W Introduction to Combustion and Combustion Control – 2 PDH
This live webinar provides a clear, practical, easy-to-follow understanding of combustion reactions and how they can be readily applied to selecting, designing, and efficiently operating combustion systems and equipment ranging from boilers and industrial furnaces through incinerators and diesel engines.