dustin crandall
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In 2013, Dr. Dustin Crandall began his federal career at NETL as a research engineer, working on a combination of experimental and numerical analyses to describe fluid flowing through rocks for carbon storage, enhanced resource recovery, and other subsurface energy-related activities. Crandall finds constant stimulation in the variety of engineering topics that he explores daily while mimicking the subsurface conditions that are relevant to energy-related flows.

When Crandall leaves NETL at the end of the day, his work continues as he and his wife are currently remodeling their home. So far, he has completed such major overhauls as cutting down more than 12 trees near the home, adding a new roof, refinishing the bathrooms, restoring hardwood floors, and now with a baby on the way, creating a nursery.