- Adjunct Instructor
- firstname.lastname@example.org Email
- Department of Engineering and Technology
- College of Aviation
Office Hours9:00am - 11:00 am EST.
Areas of ExpertiseAircraft structures.
Instructor of algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics and physics since 2004 at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
A retired Aerospace Engineer with Naval Air Station (NAS) at Jacksonville for 21 years. My assignment with the NAS JAX was to overhaul Trainer (T44, and T34), F18 and F14 fighter aircrafts. I performed Center Barrel replacement to extend the life of the F18 aircraft for another full life. Many aircrafts came in required some kind of rework and/or repair. Before each rework was performed, the design had to be analyzed to determine its stress/strength to ensure that the repair would be full life prior to return to service.
Prior to working for NAS JAX, I have worked for General Electric Company with the Aircraft Engine Group in Cincinnati for 11 years. Many of my works included analytical and design to determine engine performance cabin noise reduction and vibration.
After long hours of work, for relaxation, I spend hours in my garage to build fine wood furniture for my home. My style is James Krenov; it has an oriental touch to it. I am currently building a Chris Craft style wooden boat.
- M.S. - Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus
- B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University
- MATH 112: Applied Calculus for Aviation
- MATH 106: Basic Algebra & Trigonometry
- PHYS 102: Explorations in Physics
- MATH 111: Pre-calculus for Aviation
- MATH 142: Trigonometry
GNED103 - Basic Mathematics
Math106 - Basic Algebra & Trigonometry
Math111 - Pre-calculus for Aviation
Math112 - College Math for Aviation II
Math142 - Trigonometry
Math211- Statistics with Aviation Application
Math222 - Business Statistics
Phys102 - Exploration in Physics