Benjamin H. Scott


Marine Engineering Professor, Benjamin Scott

Assistant Professor of Marine Engineering

 

Education

Graduate Studies, Fluid Mechanics/Acoustics, Catholic University of America

M.S., Mechanical Engineering (Thermodynamics), George Washington University

Graduate Studies, Business Administration, University of Central Florida

B.S., Systems Engineering, United States Naval Academy

Back to Faculty

  • Assistant Professor of Marine Engineering, 2016 – Present
  • Adjunct Professor, Nuclear Engineering, 2010
  • Instructor, Heat Exchanger Analysis Basics, Thermal Engineering Associates, 2007 – Present
  • Instructor, Institute Nuclear Power Operations National Academy, 1995 – Present
  • Instructor & Director, Reactor Principles Division, Naval Nuclear Power School, 1981 – 1983
  • Exelon Nuclear Generation, Exelon Corporation (Previously BG&E and Constellation Energy)
    • Senior Manager Design Engineering, Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, 2013 – 2015
    • Corporate Engineering, Constellation Energy Nuclear Group, 2007 – 2013
    • Supervisor, Mechanical and Civil Engineering Unit, Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, 2006 – 2007
    • Various Engineering Positions, Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, 1989 – 2006
  • Manager, Systems Engineering, Jacobs Engineering, Inc., 1988 – 1989
  • Senior Program Director and Senior Mechanical Engineer, ORI, Inc., 1983 – 1988
  • Commissioned Officer, U.S. Navy, 1976 – 1983

At Webb:

  • Physics II
  • Mechanical Engineering V – Ship Auxiliary Systems Design
  • Nuclear Engineering (as adjunct)

As an instructor at Thermal Engineering Associates:

  • Heat Exchanger Analysis Basics

As an instructor at Institute Nuclear Power Operations National Academy:

  • Heat Transfer
  • Thermodynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Heat Exchanger Testing
  • Various engineering processes and procedures

As an instructor at Naval Nuclear Power School Orlando:

  • Supervised instructors teaching a college level course dealing with theoretical and operational aspects of reactor kinetics, core construction, integrated reactor plant behavior, and reactor safety and protection analysis.
  • Lestina, T. and B. H. Scott, “Development of ASME Performance Test Code 12.5, Single Phase Heat Exchangers,” Proceedings of the American Power Conference, Vol. 60-II, Antonia E. McBride, editor, APC, 1998, pp. 636-640.
  • Scott, B. H. and M. C. Nolan, “Evaluation of Performance through a Comprehensive Heat Exchanger Test Program,” Proceedings of the American Power Conference, Vol. 60-II, Antonia E. McBride, editor, APC, 1998, pp. 641-646.
  • Nolan, M. C. and B. H. Scott, “Plate Heat Exchanger Fouling Evaluated through On-Line Monitoring,” Proceedings of the American Power Conference, Vol. 60-II, Antonia E. McBride, editor, APC, 1998, pp. 946-951.
  • Rampall, I., A. I. Soler, K. P. Singh, and B. H. Scott, “Application of Transient Analysis Methodology to Heat Exchanger Performance Monitoring,” Heat Transfer Engineering, Vol. 18, No. 4, November 1998.
  • Lestina, T. and B. H. Scott, “Assessing the Uncertainty of Thermal Performance Measurements of Industrial Heat Exchangers,” Compact Heat Exchangers for the Process Industries: Proceedings of an International Conference on Compact Heat Exchangers for the Process Industries, Ramash Shah, Kenneth Bell, et al., editors. New York: Bergell House, 1997. [Presented at Engineering Foundation Conference, Snowbird, Utah, June 1997.]
  • Scott, B. H. and M. C. Nolan, “Characterization of Heat Exchanger Microfouling Through On-Line Monitoring,” Understanding Heat Exchanger Fouling and its Mitigation: Proceedings of an International Conference on Understanding Heat Exchanger Fouling and its Mitigation. T. R. Bolt, L. F. Melo, et al, editors. New York: Bergell House, 1997. [Presented at Engineering Foundation Conference, Lucca, Italy, May 11-16, 1997.]
  • Scott, B. H., “A Methodology for Evaluating Heat Exchanger Thermal Performance Tests and Establishing the Overall Uncertainty of the Results,” presented at EPRI Service Water Reliability Improvement Seminar, Daytona Beach FL, June 24-26, 1996.
  • Nolan, M. C. and B. H. Scott, “On Line Monitoring of Heat Exchanger Microfouling: An Alternative to Thermal Performance Testing,” presented at EPRI Service Water Reliability Improvement Seminar, Daytona Beach FL, June 24-26, 1996.
  • Scott, B. H. and M. C. Nolan, “Evaluation of Heat Exchanger Test Results: Does Math Reflect Reality?” presented at EPRI Service Water Reliability Improvement Seminar, Charlotte, NC, June 6-8, 1995.
  • Hannah, B. W. and B. H. Scott, “On Line Testing of Heat Exchangers,” presented at the International Joint Power Generation Conference, Phoenix, AZ, October 2-6, 1994.
  • Rampall, I., A. I. Soler, K. P. Singh, and B. H. Scott, “Application of Transient Analysis Methodology to Heat Exchanger Performance Monitoring,” Heat Exchange Equipment and Valve Design and Operability Improvement. K. P. Singh, editor, ASME, NE-Vol. 14, 1994, pp. 13-27. [Presented at the International Joint Power Generation Conference, Phoenix, AZ, October 2-6, 1994.]
  • Singh, K. P., K. M. Iulianetti, and B. H. Scott, “Predicting Thermal Performance of Heat Exchangers Using In Situ Testing and Statistical Correlation: Computer Code ST_XPERT,” Heat Exchange Equipment and Valve Design and Operability Improvement. K. P. Singh, editor, ASME, NE-Vol. 14, 1994, pp. 55-61. [Presented at the International Joint Power Generation Conference, Phoenix, AZ, October 2-6, 1994.]
  • Singh, K. P., K. M. Iulianetti, and B. H. Scott, “Predicting Thermal Performance of Heat Exchangers Using In Situ Testing and Statistical Correlation: Computer Code ST_XPERT,” presented at the EPRI Balance of Plant Heat Exchanger NDE Workshop, Myrtle Beach, SC, June 6-8, 1994.
  • EPRI-207397, Service Water Heat Exchanger Testing Guidelines. March 1998 [Active member of the Service Water Heat Exchanger Testing Task Group during preparation of this report.]
  • ANSI/ASME PTC 12.5-2000, Performance Test Code: Single Phase Heat Exchangers. New York: ASME, 2001 [Vice Chairman of ASME PTC 12.5 Committee during preparation of the initial issue of this code.]
  • EPRI-1021065, The P-NTUI Method: Classical Heat Exchanger Performance Analysis Methods, August 2010 [Principal Investigators: Lindon Thomas and Benjamin Scott]
  • Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • Vice-Chairman, ASME PTC 12.5 Committee, Performance Test Code for Single Phase Heat Exchangers
  • Chairman, EPRI Heat Exchanger Performance Users Group, 2000 – 2005
  • Member, EPRI Working Group for Service Water Heat Exchanger Testing Guidelines and Training Course