Experience of Jack D. Mattingly
MATTINGLY CONSULTING, Bothell, WA
* September 1989 - Present - Professional educator,
textbook author, software author, consultant, and expert witness.
DEPARTMENT of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, SEATTLE
UNIVERSITY, Seattle, WA
* March - June 2008, Taught Heat Transfer and Gas Turbines Engines courses.
* March - June 2003, Taught Engineering Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer courses.
* June 2000, Professor Emeritus.
* June 1994 - September 1997, Chair for the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
* March 1989 - June 2000, Professor of Mechanical Engineering
-- Taught a range of courses including: innovative design, engineering
dynamics, computer aided design, engineering thermodynamics, heat
transfer, advanced thermodynamics, turbomachinery, gas turbine
engines, gas dynamics, and air conditioning. Advisor for senior
design projects and independent study. Faculty Senate (Member:
7 yrs; President: 1 yr; Vice President: 3 yrs).
AERO PROPULSION and POWER LABORATORY (APPL), Wright-Patterson
* September 1988 - March 1989, Chief, Special Projects Office,
Advanced Propulsion Division -- Led a branch of over 8 propulsion
experts providing technical support in the areas of ramjet, scramjet,
advanced materials, thermal management, and CFD applied to reacting
flows for the National Aero Space Plane (NASP) Program. Leader
of the NASP Combustion Technical Team with responsibility for
development of technology for the ramjet and scramjet engines.
Manager of all Laboratory support to the NASP Program.
* June 1986 - August 1988, Chief, Components Branch, Turbine Engine
Division -- Led a branch of over 27 scientist and engineers with
primary responsibility for exploratory component development programs
for turbine, combustor, afterburner, nozzle, controls, and engine
structure. Led basic research in heat transfer, aerothermodynamics,
and innovative engine structures.
AIR FORCE INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY (AFIT), Wright-Patterson
*June 1986 - March 1989, Adjunct Professor of Aerospace Engineering
-- Taught basic propulsion course (MENG 431), advanced propulsion
course (MENG 734), and air breathing propulsion design course (MENG 733).
Restructured these three courses.
DEPARTMENT of AERONAUTICS, US AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colorado Springs,
* July 1981 - June 1986; November 1976 - September 1978, Instructor
(November 1976), Assistant Professor (August 1977), Associate
Professor (January 1982) -- Held numerous leadership positions
in department of 34 faculty and 8 staff personnel providing accredited
engineering education through 19 different courses to over 3100
students per year. Positions held include Deputy Head of the department
and Division Chief of each of the department's four divisions.
Taught nine different courses, sponsored nine engineering laboratory
research project, and advised seven student in Independent Study.
Developed both the excellent undergraduate propulsion curriculum,
including a capstone design course, and the new Engineering Thermodynamics
course that was taught to about 1,000 students a year by 20+ faculty
members. Member of Curriculum Committee for 5 yrs with principle
responsibility for propulsion courses. Chairman of overall committee
from July 1983 through Dec 1984, responsible for program content
and accreditation. Program received highest rating by accreditation
visit in October 1984.
DEPT. of AERONAUTICS and ASTRONAUTICS, UNIVERSITY of WASHINGTON,
* March - June 2002, Taught AA526 - Aerothermodynamics of Aircraft Engine Systems.
* September 1978 - June 1981, PhD Student -- Majored in aerothermodynamics,
propulsion, and energy conversion with a minor in applied mathematics.
Professor Gordon C. Oates was my advisor and mentor. Experimental
research dissertation. Designed major research apparatus for aerodynamic
turbulent mixing experiments of coannular air streams with swirl.
THE UNITED STATES LOGISTICS GROUP (TUSLOG), DET 118, IZMIR,
* July 1975 - October 1976, Base Civil Engineer -- Managed operation,
maintenance, design, and construction of US Air Force facilities
in and around Izmir (location of major Army and Air Force headquarters
for NATO). Provided engineering design and maintenance assistance
for heating, ventilating, refrigeration, and air conditioning
systems at Air Force bases in Italy, Spain, Turkey, Greece, and
AIR FORCE INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY (AFIT), Wright-Patterson
*June 1971 - June 1975, Course Director, Civil Engineering School
-- Developed and taught continuing education courses in the design
of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
Developed engineering software for analysis of HVAC systems. Developed
Master Degree program in Facilities Engineering and taught its
applied thermodynamics course.
HEADQUARTERS TACTICAL AIR COMMAND, Langley AFB, VA
* July 1969 - June 1971, Staff Mechanical Engineer -- Performed
design and design review of heating, air conditioning, plumbing,
refrigeration and ventilation systems. Managed design and construction
at 10 Air Force bases in US.
IBM CORPORATION, Boulder, CO
* June 1967 - April 1969, Systems Development Engineer -- Performed
research and development in fluid dynamics and convective heat
transfer. Full time PhD student in Department of Chemical Engineering,
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO from September 1968 to December
1968 and worked half time for IBM.
PROFESSIONAL COURSES TAUGHT
1. Taught aerothermodynamic theory of air breathing propulsion
in "Propulsion Workshop" to 40 Department of Defense
engineers at the US Air Force Academy in July 1987, June 1989,
June 1991, July 1993, July 1995, July 1997, July 1999, July 2002,
July 2003, July 2004, August 2005, and October 2006.
2. Presented "Cycle Analysis of Gas Turbine Engines" one week course to Arnold Engineering Development
Center in March 2013 to 20 students, in March 2014 to the US Air Force at Tinker AFB, OK to 20 students, in May 2014
to the US Air Force at Tinker AFB, OK to 20 students, in June 2014 to the US Navy at Pax River NAS to 24 students, in
Jan 2015 to the Marine Corp Air Station Cherry Point, NC to 20 students, and in Aug 2016 to the US Air Force at Tinker AFB, OK to 18 students.
3. Developed and taught "Fundamentals of Aircraft Engine
Design" to 60 engineers from August to October 1987 and to
30 engineers from July to August 1989 at Wright-Patterson AFB,
4. Presented a two-day professional seminar entitled "Aircraft
Engine Systems Design" for ASME in Boston, MA, July 9-10,
1988 to 30 students in conjunction with the AIAA/SAE/ASME/ASEE
24th Joint Propulsion Conference.
5. Presented "Aircraft Engine Design" short course at
UCLA Extension, Los Angeles, CA, October 3-7, 1988 to 16 students.
6. Presented "Aircraft Engine Design I" short course
at University of Tennessee Space Institute (UTSI), Tullahoma,
TN, February 26 - March 2, 1990 to 25 students and at Naval Air
Propulsion Center, Trenton, NJ, June 11-15, 1990 to 25 students.
7. Presented "Aircraft Engine Design II" short course
at University of Tennessee Space Institute (UTSI), Tullahoma,
TN, February 25 - March 1, 1991 to 25 students and at Naval Air
Propulsion Center, Trenton, NJ, August 5-9, 1991 to 25 students.
8. Presented "Aircraft Engine Systems Design I" short
course at NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH, in November
1997 to 25 students; in August 1998 to 25 students; in December
1998 to 28 students; in October 2000 to 14 students; in March
2003 to 24 students; and in September 2008 to 21 students.
9. Presented "Aircraft Engine Systems Design II" short
course at NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH, in September
1998 to 25 students; in February 1999 to 21 students; in October
2000 to 14 students; in March 2003 to 23 students; and in February
2009 to 21 students.
10. Presented "Aircraft Engine Systems Design I and II" short
courses to the US Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH in July-August
1999 to 25 students, in April-May 2001 to 27 students, in February 2003
to 25 students, in Feb-March 2005 to 25 students, in April-May 2007 to 25 students,
in April 2014 to 24 students, and in May-June 2016 to 18 students.
11. Presented "Aircraft Engine Systems Design I and II" short
courses to the US Air Force at Tinker AFB, OK in April-May 2000 to 25 students,
in April-May 2002 to 25 students, in Feb 2004 to 25 students, in April-May 2006 to 25 students,
in August 2012 to 25 students, and in July 2015 to 25 students.
12. Presented "Aircraft Engine Systems Design I and II" short
courses to the US Navy Propulsion Community at Patuxent River Naval Air Station
in October 2001 to 25 students, in Oct-Nov 2002 to 25 students, in Oct-Nov 2003 to 25 students, in
Oct-Nov 2004 to 25 students, and in Aug 2014 to 24 students.
13. Presented "Aircraft Engine Component Design" short course to Marine Corp Air Station
Cherry Point, NC in Aug 2015 to 20 students.
14. Presented "A System View of Aircraft Engine Design"
professional seminar for AIAA in Nashville, TN, July 10-11, 1992
to 30 students in conjunction with the AIAA/SAE/ASME/ASEE 28th
Joint Propulsion Conference and in Seattle, WA, July 10-11, 1997
to 40 students in conjunction with the AIAA/SAE/ASME/ASEE 33rd
Joint Propulsion Conference.
15. DEPARTMENT of ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY of WISCONSIN - EXTENSION,
Madison, WI, 1973 through 1982. Developed and taught over 13 offerings
of a one week short course entitled "Air-Condition Design
- Controls" at their Milwaukee Campus.
EXPERT WITNESS, CONSULTING, ETC.
1. Consultant to Florida Power and Light on General Electric 7FA Design Review at Greenville, SC in November 2007.
2. Consultant to Combustion Group of NASA Glenn Research Center from March
through December 2003 on aerothermodynamics for the parametric and performance analyses for
the turbofan engine cycle with interstage turbine burning (ITB).
3. Expert witness on gas turbine propulsion and related aircraft
performance for the Office of General Council, Department of the
Navy, Arlington, VA in 1996.
4. Consultant on gas turbine engine cycles and prediction methods
to SRS Technologies, Huntsville, AL in 1994, 1995, and 1996. Resulted in
the development of the
GECAT Professional cycle analysis software.
5. Consultant on gas turbine augmentor to SECA, Inc., Huntsville,
AL in 1990 and 1991.
6. Technical services to UTRC, East Hartford, CT in 1989 and 1990
on ejector use, 1-D gas dynamic analysis of ejectors, and performance
estimates of gas turbine engines with and without ejectors.
ADDITIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS and RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Identified need for, developed curriculum of, and teach
major portions of the Department of Aeronautics "Propulsion
Workshop". This is a one week workshop that is held each
summer (started in 1984) to educate Department of Defense personnel
involved in the air breathing propulsion field.
2. Research in the experimental use of multi-hole pressure probes
in velocity gradients.
3. Member of the Air Breathing Propulsion Technical Committee
(ABPTC) of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
(AIAA) from June 1983 through May 1987. Extended an additional
year to head up the first undergraduate air breathing propulsion
design competition. This competition is sponsored by the propulsion
industry and administered by the ABPTC.
4. Member of the Publications Committee of the American Institute
of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). Responsible for one monthly
magazine, six journals, and numerous education and recent progress
textbooks. Chairman of the Ways and Means Subcommittee responsible
for annual publication budget of two million dollars, 1992-96.
Chairman of the Ethics Subcommittee, 1997-2004.
5. Member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
(AIAA), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and American
Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Session Chairman and
Organizer of both AIAA and ASEE sessions at major meetings.
6. Registered Professional Engineer in Ohio since 1973.
HONORS, AWARDS, and DECORATIONS
1. Recipient of the 2005 AIAA Summerfield Book Award for the textbook
Aircraft Engine Design, Second Edition.
2. Recipient of 1991 Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement
Award for teaching excellence at Seattle University, May 1991.
3. Recipient of the Outstanding Instructor Award - Winter Quarter,
1988, Air Force Institute of Technology.
4. Air Force Meritorious Service Medal: August 1989, June 1986,
and October 1976.
5. Recipient of Percy Halpert Scholarship as outstanding graduate
student at the University of Washington performing research work
in aeronautics for the academic year 1979-1980.
6. Air Force Commendation Medal: July 1975 and September 1978.
7. Junior Officer of the Year in 1973 for the Air Force Institute of Technology and Air University.