Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Department
Prescott College of Engineering
Prescott campus

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering, University of Alabama
  • M.S. - Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Alabama

  • ES 206: Fluid Mechanics
  • ME 313: Instrmntn & Data Acquisition
  • ME 314: Instrmntn & Data Acqstn Lab

ES-201 Statics

ES-305 Thermodynamics

ES-403 Heat Transfer

ME-313/314 Instrumentation and Data Acquisition

ME-403 Thermal Power Systems

UNIV-101 College Success


Dannelley, D., and J. Baker. “Natural Convection Heat Transfer from Fractal-Like Fins.” Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, Vol. 27 (4), 2013.

Dannelley, D., and J. Baker. “Radiant Fin Performance Using Fractal-Like Geometries.” Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 135 (8), 2013.

Dannelley, D., and J. Baker. “Natural Convection Fin Performance Using Fractal-Like Geometries.” Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, Vol. 26 (4), 2012.

Dannelley, D., and J. Baker. "Passive Enhancement of Fin Performance Using Fractal-Like Geometries." AIAA Paper #2012-1008. Proc. of 50th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Jan. 2012, Nashville, TN.


Mechanical/Process Engineer- Engineering on capital improvement projects in the pulp/paper, chemical, & power industries with Project Design Group, Inc. from 2012-2015


EIT License # 16038

American Society of Mechanical Engineers