|Present||Professor of Chemistry, Cedarville University ‐ Department of Science and Mathematics|
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
- Chemistry for Engineers
- General Chemistry
|A.A., Baptist Bible College|
|B.S., University of Rochester|
|Ph.D., University of Colorado|
|NASA Fellow, NASA-Lewis Research Center|
Department of Science and Mathematics
Journal Articles (2)
The Use of Ammonium Carbamate as a High Energy Density Thermal Energy Storage Material MRS Proceedings (2011)
Phase change materials (PCMs) often have higher specific energy storage capacities at elevated temperatures. Thermal management (TM) systems capable of handling high heat fluxes in the temperature range from 20–100°C are necessary but lacking. State ...
Method for Thermal Management Through Use of Ammonium Carbamate Science and Mathematics Faculty Patents (2017)
Ammonium carbamate-based methods and systems for management of thermal loads, particularly low-quality, high-flux thermal loads. The increase in temperature in heat sensitive devices is mitigated by the endothermic decomposition of ammonium carbamate into carbon dioxide ...