Scott Post

Associate Professor

Jobst Hall 312
(309) 677-2738
spost@bradley.edu
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Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Missouri, Columbia

Biography

Dr. Post has been teaching at Bradley University since 2006. He previously taught at Michigan Technological University and also worked at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.

Professional Experience

NASA. Michigan Technological University

Research Interests

I.C. Engines, Aerodynamics, Sprays, Alternative Fuels

Teaching

  • ME 302: Thermodynamics II
  • ME 303: Instrumentation and Measurements
  • ME 308: Fluid Mechanics
  • ME 410/411: Senior Design
  • ME 501: Advanced Thermodynamics
  • ME 573: Numerical Methods 

While at Michigan Tech also taught Thermodynamics I, Combustion and Air Pollution, Advanced Combustion, Advanced Heat Transfer, Sprays and Droplets.

Scholarship

Dr. Post has authored a textbook entitled Applied and Computational Fluid Mechanics. He received the Outstanding Paper Award at the 2010 ASEE Illinois-Indiana Section conference. Dr. Post has received research funding from the National Science Foundation, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and the Illinois Space Grant Consortium. Dr. Post's research interests include cyclogyros, fuel injector sprays, and ground vehicle aerodynamics.

Service

  • Illinois Space Grant Consortium point of contact for Bradley University
  • Department Curriculum Committee
  • College Assessment Committee