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David Naylor

Title:

Professor

Education:

1993 - NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario

1992 - Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario

1985 - M.E.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario

1983 - B.E.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario

Office:

EPH-411

Telephone:

x6428

Email Address:

dnaylor@ryerson.ca

Biography:

Dr. Naylor's research is in the field of experimental and numerical heat transfer, with a focus on building energy conservation. This work involves numerical simulation using computational fluid dynamics (CFD), combined with heat transfer measurements and flow visualization. He has published over one hundred papers in refereed journals and conferences, more than twenty industry technical reports, and is the co-author of a graduate-level textbook on convective heat transfer. Dr. Naylor is also the Associate Editor of the International Journal of Transport Phenomena.

Research Interests:

Heat Transfer
Building Energy Systems
Laser Interferometry
Condensation
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Fluidized Bed Heat Transfer
Metal Casting

Current Courses:

MEC701, ME8104 (Heat Transfer)
MEC309 (Thermodynamics)
MEC850, ES8910 (Energy and the Environment)

Professional Affiliations:

Fellow - Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME)
Registered Professional Engineer, Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)
Member - American Society of Heating, Refridgerating and Air Conditioning Engineers
Member - International Building Performance Simulation Association
Member - Solar Energy Society of Canada