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Chemical engineer

David Charles Dankworth, American Chemical engineer. Achievements include patent on in situ tracer diagnostic method for trickle bed reactors, patent on novel liquid distributor tray for trickle bed reactors, research on mathematical modeling of trickle bed reactor hydrodynamics leading to understanding origins of pulsing flow;9 patents on novel lubricant dispersant additives and process for manufacturing. Fellow John Hertz Foundation, 1987-1990.

Background

Dankworth, David Charles was born on June 17, 1964 in San Angelo, Texas, United States. Son of Charles Joseph and June Dankworth.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Rice University, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1991.

Career

Project engineer, Exxon Research & Engineering Company, Florham Park, New Jersey, 1991-1992;senior engineer, Exxon Research & Engineering Company, 1992-1995;staff engineer, Exxon Research & Engineering Company, 1996-1998;section head, Exxon Research & Engineering Company, since 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patent on in situ tracer diagnostic method for trickle bed reactors, patent on novel liquid distributor tray for trickle bed reactors, research on mathematical modeling of trickle bed reactor hydrodynamics leading to understanding origins of pulsing flow. 9 patents on novel lubricant dispersant additives and process for manufacturing.

Membership

Member advisory board Lifeline Counseling Center, Bridgewater, New Jersey, 1991-1998, president 1995-1998. Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society.

Connections

Married Pamela Louise Williams, April 9, 1988.

father:
Charles Joseph

mother:
June Dankworth

spouse:
Pamela Louise Williams