Greg Tyner (ME)

Who is Greg?

Greg Tyner is a Mechanical Design Engineer with an advanced degree in management. As a former senior design analyst for Carrier Corporation, Greg leads our efforts in condensate recovery and developing unique solutions for processing water. Developing leading edge engineering solutions is Greg’s specialty. Greg has experience with Cummins engine development and production efforts. Early in Greg’s career he worked with Westinghouse Fluid Systems Laboratory at Purdue University Research Park where he was involved in liquid breeder reactor coolant pump development and steam generator tubing simulated flow studies.

Areas of Expertise

  • HVAC Systems
  • Product Research & Development
  • Three-Dimensional Solid Modeling
  • Heat Recovery Systems
  • Hybrid Heat Systems
  • Photometric Performance
  • Technical Documentation

Leadership

Greg Tyner has over forty years of experience achieving what was thought impossible.  A former Navy Petty Officer Second Class, Greg has lead research and development laboratories, supervised, operated and maintained steam propulsion plants, and was an early adopter of CAD computer modeling systems.

Education and Distinctions

Master of Management from Oakland City University

Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Technology from Purdue University

Engineer-in-Training License from Indiana Professional Licensing Agency

Greg Today

Greg Tyner is pursuing interests in advanced manufacturing technologies, water purification systems, power and energy conversion systems, and non-profit start-ups with fledging organizations.

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