Flow Forum 2018 Presenters
Joseph A. Untener, P.E.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology, University of Dayton
Co-author of Applied Fluid Mechanics
Joseph A. Untener, P.E., is professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology at the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio, and co-author of Applied Fluid Mechanics, a popular textbook both in the US and internationally. Its practical approach prepares thousands of students for industry, ensuring that graduates are ready to analyze and design real-world systems. With TP-410 as a foundation, students learn topics from fluid statics through pump curves. With enhancements such as PIPE-FLO software, students also experience tools to complement the traditional calculation methodology.
Joe earned engineering degrees from General Motors Institute and Purdue University and worked for General Motors before joining UD. A registered Professional Engineer in the State of Ohio, Joe has consulted with dozens of plants throughout the US and has spent significant time teaching and speaking in China. He has taught at Shanghai Normal University, has spoken at Nanjing University, and visited with a variety of US companies that manufacture in the Suzhou Industrial Park.
Joe has been teaching for 30 years and has been published in a variety of venues, including Flow Control, ASME, ASEE, CUPA-HR, and the Chronicle of Higher Education, among others. Joe holds a patent and has been recognized with a number of awards throughout his career for his teaching and service to the engineering community.
May 7, 2018 | 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Bridging the divide between veteran engineers and the next generation