CARLOS W. COON, JR., Consulting Engineer
Registered Professional Engineer in Texas - since 1971 - No. 31676
Registered Professional Engineer in Oklahoma - February 1988 - No. 15240
Registered Professional Engineer in Arkansas - February 1989 - No. 7057
Registered Professional Engineer in Colorado - February 1991 - No. 27486
Registered Professional Engineer in Minnesota - October 1991 - No. 21670
Registered Professional Engineer in Ohio - March 1994 - No. 57904
BSME, Texas Tech University, 1961
MSME, Texas Tech University, 1962
Thesis: "The Effect of Transverse Vibration on the Heat Transfer Between Vertical
Ph.D., The University of Arizona, 1968
Dissertation: "The Transition from the Turbulent to the Laminar Regime for Internal
Convective Flow with Large Property Variations"
-- Consulting Engineer, private practice, 1981-present
- Design of heating and air conditioning, plumbing and electrical systems for
remodeling projects and new construction.
- Evaluation of concepts and design of prototype devices and systems.
- Evaluation and control of energy utilization in mechanical systems of buildings.
-- Southwest Research Institute, Senior Research Engineer, 1973-1980, Department of Engine
and Vehicle Research
- Analysis and measurement of vehicle performance, fuel economy, and exhaust emissions.
- Analytical and experimental evaluation of prototype power systems, components, and fuels.
- Analysis of design modifications for existing engines and engine systems.
- Development of computer software for data acquisition, data reduction, and graphic display.
-- Faculty Fellowship, NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, Summer 1972; Preliminary design considerations for manned lunar colony.
-- Consultant to Algas Industries, Summer 1971; Design of L-P Gas carburetion systems.
-- Southern Methodist University, Assistant Professor, 1968-1970; Associate Professor, 1970-1973
-- The University of Arizona, Graduate Teaching Assistant, 1964; Graduate Research Assistant, 1965-1967
-- Texas Tech University, Instructor, 1962-1964
PUBLICATIONS: Six in archived journals