Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania 1992
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Colorado 1986
B.S., Engineering Science & Mechanics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute 1981
Professor Neil Wright’s research and teaching interests focus on heat transfer, thermophysical property measurement, parameter estimation and thermal biology.
John A. Goff Award, University of Pennsylvania, Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics (1990)
- Pence, T.J., Monroe, R.J., and N. T. Wright, 2008, “On the computation of stress in affine versus non-affine fibril kinematics within planar collagen network models,” Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, v. 130, 041009-1
- Munsell, B. A., Beede, D. K., Domecq, J. J., Epperson, W. B., Ragavendran A., Wright, N. T.,Zanella, A. J., “Use of infrared thermography to non-invasively identify lesions in dairy cows,” Journal of Animal Science, 84, pp. 143-143, Suppl. 1, 2006.
- Beck, J.V., N. T. Wright, and A. Haji-Sheikh, 2008, “Solutions for Heat Conduction with Time-Varying Boundary Conditions,” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, v. 51, pp. 2553-2565.
- Aizaz A., Bauer P., Grimm T. L., Wright N. T., Antoine, C. Z., 2007, “Measurements of thermal conductivity and Kapitza conductance of niobium for SRF cavities for various treatments,” IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 17:2, pp. 1310-1313.
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