Christopher Grant

Professor of Civil Engineering and Vice Provost for Academic Support, Daytona Beach Campus
Civil Engineering Department
Daytona College of Engineering
Daytona Beach campus


  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology


Engineering Measurement (Surveying)
Statics
Introduction to Transportation Engineering
Computer Applications in Transportation
Construction Engineering
Geometric Design of Highways
Airport Environmental Analysis
Airport Design I
Airport Design II



Uncertainty Surrounding Airport Ground Service Equipment Activity and Forecasting Methodologies; Christopher Grant; Invited presentation at the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; Washington, D.C.; January 10, 2000.

Collection of Vehicle Activity Data by Video Detection for Use in Transportation Planning; Christopher Grant, Randall Guensler, Bret Gillis; ITS Journal; Volume 5, Number 4. pp. 343-361. 2000.

Representative Vehicle Operating Mode Frequencies: Measurement and Prediction of Vehicle Specific Freeway Modal Activity; Christopher D. Grant; Thesis for Partial Fulfillment of the Ph.D. Degree; School of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA; 1998.

Comparison of Remote versus On-board Instrumentation for Collection of Modal Activity in Mobile Emissions Modeling; Christopher Grant and Craig Roberts; Air and Waste Management Association 91st Annual Meeting; Air and Waste Management Association; 1998.

Use of Video Detection Systems for Collection of Vehicle Activity Data; Christopher D. Grant, Randall Guensler, and Jess Billmeyer; Proceedings of the Seventh CRC On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop; Coordinating Research Council; Atlanta, GA; April, 1997

Variability of Heavy-Duty Vehicle Operating Mode Frequencies for Prediction of Mobile Emissions (96-RA108A.05); Christopher D. Grant, Randall Guensler, and Michael D. Meyer; Air and Waste Management Association 89th Annual Meeting Proceedings; Air and Waste Management Association; Pittsburgh, PA; June, 1996.

Legal Implications of Transportation/Air Quality Conformity Regulations: Litigation and Legislation; Christopher D. Grant, and J. Allan Cobb; National Association of Environmental Professionals 21st Annual Meeting Proceedings; Houston, TX; June, 1996.

Using the STAMINA 2.0 Computer Program to Calculate Contours of One-Hour-Average Sound Levels from Highway Traffic Noise; Roswell A. Harris, Louis F. Cohn, and Christopher D. Grant; Noise Control Engineering Journal; Volume 43, Number 5; September-October, 1995.

Professional Engineer, State of Florida