Wu, W., Jones, B. G. and T. A. Newell, "A Statistical Model of Bubble Coalescence and Its Application to Boiling Heat Flux Prediction-Part II: Experimental Validation, " Journal of Heat Transfer, V. 131, n 12, p 121014 (11 pp) (2009)
Beitelman, A.D., Carlson, T. A., Jones, B. G., Marsh, C. P. and D. Kessler, "Innovative Coating System for Corrosion Prevention and Temperature Reduction in Heat Distribution Manholes," Report: ERDC/CERL-TR-09-24, 118p (2009)
Zou, L. and B. G. Jones, "One Dimensional Boiling Heat Transfer Model in Thick Porous Deposits," Transactions of the American Nuclear Society, v. 100, p. 717-18, 2009
Bindra, H. and B. G. Jones, "Bubble Oscillatory Dynamics in Sub-Cooled Boiling Medium from Large Cavities, " Transactions of the American Nuclear Society, v 98, p 549-51 (2008).
Articles in Conference Proceedings
Peipei Chen, Wen Wu, Barclay G. Jones and Ty A. Newell, Visualization of Sub-cooled Flow Boiling In Hypervapotron Cooling Configuration, ICONE13-50291, Beijing, China, May 16-20, 2005
Qinyang Rao and Barclay G. Jones, Numerical Simulation of Surface Tension Driven Flows and Boron Concentrations Around a Vapor Bubble During Sub-Cooled Boiling in Boric Acid Solution, ICONE12-49144, Arlington, Virginia (Washington, D.C.), USA, April 25-29, 2004
Hyun-Jong Joe and Barclay G. Jones, Understanding Local Concentration Levels of 10B and Radiolysis Products (H2, O2, and H2O2) Within the Porous Crud Layer, ICONE 12-49083, Arlington, Virginia (Washington, D.C.), USA, April 25-29, 2004, 2004
Peipei Chen, Barclay G. Jones and Ty A. Newell, An Experimental Investigation of Sub-cooled Boiling in Hypervapotron Cooling configuration, ICONE12-49176, Arlington, Virginia (Washington, D.C.), USA, April 25-29, 2004
W. Wu, B. G. Jones, T. A. Newell, Measurement and Analysis of Bubble Behavior in Sub-Cooled Nucleate Boiling Flow Field with High Fidelity Imaging System, ICONE12-49586 Arlington, Virginia (Washington, D.C.), USA, April 25-29, 2004, 2004
Reising, D. C., B. G. Jones, N. Moray, S. Shaheen, P. M. Sanderson, and J. Rasmussen , Computer-Generated Direct Perception Displays for Supporting PWR Feedwater System Start-up and Fault Management: A Proof-of-Principle in Design, IAEA Conf. At Argonne National Lab. (September, 1997).
Jones, B.G., S. Shaheen, N. Moray, D.C. Reising, P.M. Sanderson, and J. Rasmussen. Development of advanced direct perception displays for nuclear power plants to enhance monitoring, control, and fault management (Contract No. DE-FG02-92ER75781). Germantown, MD: U.S. Department of Energy (1996).
Engineering Institute of Canada (Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineering) - Member
American Society for Mechanical Engineers - Member
American Society of Engineering Education - Member -1988-present, Chair 1996-97, Sec. 1995-96, Exec. Comm. 1993-1997
Executive Committee 1988-1991, 1997-present
Honors & Awards Comm. 1988-present
Education & Training Div. Exec.Comm. 1988-1995
Thermal Hydraulics Div Comm. 1988-1991
NEED Comm. 1981-1984
American Nuclear Society - Member - Publications Comm. 1972-75, Student Conf. Comm. 1976
Service on Department Committees
Nuclear, Plasma and Radiological Engineering Alumni Board, 1999 - present
Nuclear Engineering Advisory Committee, Ex off - 1986-present
Nuclear Engineering Sigma Xi Coordinator 1982 - present
Nuclear Engineering Undergraduate Committee 1982 - 1986, Ex off-1986-1999
Nuclear Engineering Admissions Committee 1981 - 1986, Ex off - 1986-present
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