Faculty and Staff
Joseph H. Gibbons
|Title:||Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Chemical Engineering
Order of the Palmetto
|College of Engineering and Computing|
Swearingen Engineering Center
301 Main Street
Columbia, SC 29208
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1961
M.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1958
B.S., University of South Carolina, 1956
Professor Gibbons’ main research interests are heat transfer and fluid dynamics. Previous work has been with small channel flow, two-phase transport, and issues related to nuclear fuel cycles.
- Baker, B. L., J. M. Biedenbach, D. A. Keating and J. H. Gibbons, "A Study and Evaluation of the Education and Training Needs for Reprocessing and Recycling Nuclear Fuels", SRO 0947, 1978.
- Thorgerson, E. J., D. H. Knoebel and J. H. Gibbons, "A Model to Predict Convective Subcooled Critical Heat Flux", J. Heat Transfer, 96(C), 79, 1974.
- Gibbons, J. H., F. P. Pike and J. S. Neill, "A Cooling Pond Design Technique for Large Power Plants", GVC/AIChE Joint Meeting, Munich, Germany, 1974.