|Present||Senior Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Cedarville University ‐ School of Engineering and Computer Science|
Honors and Awards
- Cedarville University Faculty Advisor Award - 2012
- Cedarville University Faculty of the Year Award - 2004
- SOCHE Excellence in Teaching Award - 2004
- Teaching Effectiveness Award, Cedarville University - 2017
- Advanced Mechanics of Materials
- Competition Project
- Introduction to Finite Element Analysis
- Mechanical Design
- Mechanical Engineering Senior Design I & II
- Properties of Engineering Materials
Department of Engineering and Computer Science
The Simulation of Three-Dimensional Metalforming Processes Using State Variable Constitutive Models for Large Strain, Viscoplastic Flow at Elevated Temperature (Finite Elements, Internal Variable) Faculty Dissertations (1985)
Two state variable constitutive models for the plastic flow of metals are implemented in a three-dimensional, finite-element code, entitled ISAIAH, for the modeling of metalforming processes. ISAIAH utilizes a steady state approach with an Eulerian ...
The Use of Imposed Displacements to Determine Impact Forces in a Multiple Blade Shed Incident ASME Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power (1995)
Experimental data from a multiple blade shed incident are used to determine the forces exerted by the blades on a containment ring. A transient, dynamic, finite element procedure is used to model the ring during ...
Bulge Prediction in Steady State Bar Rolling Processes International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1990)
A new algorithm for free surface corrections in Eulerian finite element computations is presented and applied to a steady state bar rolling process to predict lateral spread. A variety of rolling geometries are examined, including ...