Natick, Massachusetts, United States
Dr. Morse is a licensed professional mechanical engineer who specializes in failure analysis, failure prevention, and design risk assessment for thermal and flow processes, products, and equipment. He has performed engineering analysis for the oil and gas industry, ranging from offshore natural gas extraction facilities to retail motor fuel stations. Dr. Morse has investigated flow-induced vibration issues over a wide range of applications, including heat exchanger tube bundles, pipelines, and offshore structures.
Dr. Morse has extensive experience with power generation equipment and facilities, including nuclear power plants, fossil fuel power plants, and renewable energy. He has investigated failures in heat exchangers, generators, compressors, turbines, and boilers. In the renewable energy area, Dr. Morse has investigated wind turbine failures and wind turbine fires.
Prior to joining Exponent, Dr. Morse was a researcher in the Fluid Dynamics Research Laboratories at Cornell University where he conducted research on the wakes of stationary and oscillating structures in a flow.