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researcher , agricultural and mechanical engineer

Neal Elwood Blackwell, American agricultural and mechanical engineer, researcher. Achievements include copyright on wall jet computer model for ceiling fan applications; computational fluid dynamics modeling of combat vehicles. Pratt Presidential fellow VPI & SU, Blackburg, Virginia, 1981, 84.

Background

Blackwell, Neal Elwood was born on October 3, 1955 in Chase City, Virginia, United States. Son of Elwood Toy and Nancy (Smith) Blackwell.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, 1979. Master of Science in Agricultural Engineering, VPI & SU, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Science and Engineering, VPI & SU, 1986.

Career

Project engineer Alternative Energy Corporation, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, 1986-1987, Environmental Technologies, Inc., Raleigh, 1987. Private consultant Leading Edge, Inc., Miami, Florida, 1987. Mechanical engineer CECOM research and development center, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, since 1987.

Achievements

  • Achievements include copyright on wall jet computer model for ceiling fan applications. Computational fluid dynamics modeling of combat vehicles.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Design engineer Engineering Ministries International, Haiti, 1986, 87. Member American Society Agricultural Engineers (referee transactions 1988, student president 1978-1979, student honor 1980), Sigma Xi, Alpha Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Delta.

Connections

father:
Elwood Toy Blackwell

mother:
Nancy (Smith) Blackwell