David W. Goodman, PhD, CEA       

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology, Indianapolis, IUPUI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Affiliation:

· Assistant Director of the IUPUI Industrial Assessment Center (IAC)

· Associate Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology, at Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

· Research Faculty at Richard Lugar Center for Renewable Energy

 

EDUCATION:

· Associate of Science (Robotics Technology), Vincennes University, Vincennes, IN, 1989

· Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering), Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 1995,

             Area of Specialization: Electrical Power Systems

· Master of Science (Mechanical Engineering Technology), Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2005,

             Area of Specialization: Sustainable Energy Systems

· Ph.D. (Engineering Technology), Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2009,

Area of Specialization: Informal Energy Education

 

PROFESSIONAL Certifications:

· Certified Energy Auditor, Association of Energy Engineers, #2083, 2013-19.

 

Teaching Interests:

· Renewable Energy

· Energy Assessment

· Industrial Controls, PLC Programming, and Robotics

· Thermodynamics & Heat Power

· Solar Workforce Development

· Fluid Power

· AC Electric Circuits

 

Research Interests:

· Design of Renewable/Sustainable Energy Systems

· Solar Thermal Performance testing

· Design of Industrial Electrical Power Distribution Systems

· Energy Assessment of Industrial Systems

· Informal Energy Education

· Urban Aquaponics from Automation and Energy Perspective

 

AWARDS:

· Frank E. Burley Distinguished Professor Award, IUPUI, 2013.

· Outstanding Teaching Award, IUPUI, 2014.

· Legends in Energy, Association of Energy Engineers, 2015.

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

· Assistant Professor (Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology), Purdue School of Engineering and Technology IUPUI, August 2009 to present

· Visiting Lecturer (Mechanical Engineering Technology), Purdue School of Engineering and Technology IUPUI, January 2009 to May 2009

 

NON-ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

· Assistant Director DOE Industrial Assessment Center at IUPUI, Purdue School of Engineering and Technology IUPUI, 2011 to present

· Consultant, Goodman Consulting, Beech Grove, IN, 2009 to present

· Energy Efficiency Specialist, Purdue Technical Assistance Program, West Lafayette, IN, 2007-2008

· Medium Voltage Electrical Engineer, General Electric, Burlington, IA, 2001-2002

· Electrical Engineer, Owens-Illinois, Toledo, OH, 1995-2000

· Intern, PSI Energy, Vincennes, IN, 1992-1994

· Electronics Technician, Emerson Radio Corp., Princeton, IN, 1990-1991

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

· Advisor, Engineers Without Borders Academic Chapter Indiana, 2010-2012.

· Co-Advisor, IUPUI Energy Club, 2010-2012.

· Member, American Solar Energy Society (ASES).

· Member, American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (ASHRAE).

· Governor on Board of Governors, Indiana Chapter of American Energy Engineers.

· Member, American Energy Engineers (AEE).

· Member, American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

 

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDS:

External Teaching Grants and Fellowships

· Chen, J (PI, 40% effort), Goodman, D. (Co-PI, 25% effort), Razban, A (Co-PI, 25% effort), Justice, C. (Co-PI, 5% effort), Chen, S (Co-PI, 5% effort) “DE-EE0007711 Industrial Assessment Center”. ($1,540,000). 2016-2021.

· Goodman, D. (PI, 100% effort). “Supplemental IAC Funding to Develop Ultrasonic Leak Detection Tools for Non-air Industrial Gasses”. ($51,984). 2015-2016.

· Chen, J (PI, 40% effort), Goodman, D. (Co-PI, 25% effort), Razban, A (Co-PI, 25% effort), Anwar, S (Co-PI, 5% effort), Xie, J (Co-PI, 5% effort) “DE-FOA-0000490 Establishing an Industrial Assessment Center”. ($1,320,000). 2011-2016.

External Research Grants and Fellowships

· Goodman, D. (PI). “Pump Efficiency Validation”. Proportion Air Inc. ($9,353). 2013-2015.

· Goodman, D. (PI). “Accelerated pH Electrode Failure Data Capture Initiative”. E&H Inc. ($9,969). 2011-2012.

 

External Service Grants and Contracts

· Goodman, D. (PI). “Equipment Grant”. UTC Carrier Corp. ($5,000). 2013.

· Goodman, D. (PI). “Equipment Tax Abatement Study”. Roll Formed Corporation. ($5,025). 2013.

· Goodman, D. (PI). “Equipment Grant”. UTC Carrier Corp. ($5,000). 2012.

· Goodman, D. (PI). “National Product Review: Electrical Service Protection”. Ductcrete Inc. ($2,000). 2011.

 

Internal Teaching Grants and Contracts

· Goodman, D. (PI), Tabas, J. “International Engineering in Malta”, IUPUI Office for Study Abroad Grant ($6,000) 2015 (70% effort).

· Goodman, D. (PI), Tabas, J. “International Engineering in Malta”, IUPUI Yurtseven Grant ($3,000) 2015 (70% effort).

· Goodman, D. (PI), Stephens, C., Durkin, R. “Aquaponics”, IUPUI Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI) Grant ($13,100) 2014.

· Goodman, D. (PI), Mikesky, A., Tabas, J. “Web Interface”, IUPUI Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI) Grant ($6,000) 2012.

· Izadian, A. (PI), Goodman, D. “Renewable Energy Conversion”, IUPUI Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI) Grant ($8,885) 2012.

· Goodman, D. (PI). “Sustainable Technology Certificate”, IUPUI Curriculum Enhancement Grant (CEG) ($30,000) 2011.

· Goodman, D. (PI), Mikesky, A., Tabas, J. “Energy Harvesting-Phase 2”, IUPUI Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI) Grant ($10,685) 2011.

· Goodman, D. (PI), Mikesky, A., Tabas, J., Izadian, A. “Energy Harvesting”, IUPUI Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI) Grant ($8,885) 2010.

· Goodman, D. (PI), Fox, P., Cowan, D. J., “Eco Ready Shelter”, IUPUI Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI) Grant ($11,900) 2009.

· El-Mounayri, H. (PI), Goodman, D., Wasfy, T., Vice, C. “Renewable Energy Living Lab”, IUPUI Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI) Grant ($11,200) 2009.

 

Internal Research Grants and Contracts

· Goodman, D. (PI), Chen, J., Razban, A., Chen, S., Wasfy, T., Carley, S. “PAR (Predictive, Adaptive, Real-Time) Building Energy Monitoring and Control System”, IUPUI Collaborative Research Grant ($75,000) 2015-Pending.

 

Internal Service Grants and Contracts

· Solution Center Grant ($2,000), July 2011.

 

Publications:

Journals

14.        Razban, A., Goodman, D., and Khatib, A. (2017). Mechanical Modeling Of Air Handling Unit Subsystem In A              Commercial Building. Applied Energy Journal. (Submitted: in process) 

13.        Goodman, D. and Durkin, R. (2016). Energy Efficiency Performance of Controllers on Air Operated Double Diaphragm              Pumps. International Journal of Modern Engineering. Vol. 16 (2), pp. 36-43.

12.        Goodman, D., Edalatnoor, A., and Cooprider, M. (2016). Waste, Just another Resource: A Case for Process Water. Energy Engineering. Vol. 113 (3). pp. 71-79.

11.        Goodman, D. (2015). Effects of an Informal Energy Exhibit on Knowledge and Attitudes of Fourth Grade Students. Journal of Education and Learning. Vol.9 (2) pp. 145-157.

10.        Campos, U., Zamenian, H., Koo, D., and Goodman, D. (2015). Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Technology Applications for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Treatment in the Urban Environment. International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering. Vol. 5 (2), pp. 504-508.

09.        Goodman, D., and Edalatnoor, A. (2015). Waste, Just another Resource: A Case for Waste Wood. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology. Vol. 6 (3). pp 25-33.

08.        Goodman, D., Fox, P., and Cowan, J. (2014). Educating Engineers and Technologists for a Green/Sustainable Future. Journal of Engineering Technology: Volume 31, Number 1, Spring 2014, Page 26-36.

07.        Goodman, D., Fox, P., Cowan, J., and Tabas, J. (2013). How to Establish Successful International Experiences for Engineering and Technology Students. Technology Interface International Journal: Volume 14, Number 1, Fall/Winter 2013, Page 108-113.

06.        Handy, R., Jackson, M., Rodriguez, M., Goodman, D., Robinson, G., and Lafreniere, M. (2008). An investigation of particle number and size generated during a medical drilling process with surface coated tools. International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management, 15(2), 253-263.

05.        Rodriguez, M. Handy, R., Jackson, M., Robinson, G., and Goodman, D. (2008). Fibrous filter techniques for proper aerosol collection in surface engineering applications. International Journal of Materials and Process Technology, 2(1/2), 155-165.

04.        Goodman, D., Rodriguez, M., Handy, R., and Jackson, M. (2007). Ventilation considerations for the removal of biological nanoparticles generated during medical drilling processes. International Journal of Manufacturing Research, 2(2), 179-187.

03.        Handy, R., Goodman, D., Odukomaiya, S., Rodriguez, M., Whitfield, M., and Jackson, M. (2007). Two approaches to effective ventilation system design for the biomedical device and pharmaceutical industries. International Journal of Nano and Biomaterials, 1(1), 35-49.

02.        Rodriguez, M., Handy, R., Jackson, M., Robinson, G., and Goodman, D. (2007). Micro and nanoparticle monitoring during drilling operations using continuous particle size distribution instruments. International Journal of Nanomanufacturing, 1(5), 657-665. 

01.        Cooper, Heather., Goodman, D., and Bozell, B. (2007). Promoting Energy Awareness through Student Projects in Renewable Energy. The Technology Interface, 7(1), Spring 2007.

 

Conference Papers (since 2009)

12.        Goodman, D., Razban, A., **Li, J., and Chen, J. (2016). Identification of Key Parameters Affecting Energy Consumption of              an Air Handling Unit. Proceedings of the ASME 2016 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition              (IMECE2016-66258), November 11-17, 2016, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

11.        *Razban, A., **Edalatnoor, A., Goodman, D., and Chen, J.  (2016). Energy Optimization of Air Handling Unit Using CO2              Data and Coil Performance. Proceedings of the ASME 2016 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and              Exposition (IMECE2016-66271), November 11-17, 2016, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

10.        Goodman, D. (2016). Using Industrial Experiences for Recruitment and Retention. Conference for Industry and Education              Collaboration, Austin, TX. 

09.        Goodman, D. and Durkin, R. (2015). Diaphragm Pump Controller Performance Testing: 20-50% Efficiency Improvement. 2015 World Energy Engineering Congress, Orlando.

08.        Cambridge, J., Goodman, D.,  Frazier, S., Nofal, M., and Razban, A. (2013). Compressed Air Efficiency: A Case Study Combining Variable Speed Control with Electronic Inlet Valve Modulation. Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress.

07.        Goodman, D. and Durkin, R. (2012). Energy Demos:  Class Project versus Commercial Equipment. American Society for Engineering Education Conference.

06.        Goodman, David W., Fitzwater, D., and Zarzecki, F. (2011). Effect on System Efficiency from Combining Solar Thermal and Photovoltaic Energy Systems in non-Grid Applications: Phase 1. American Solar Energy Society: Solar 2011 Conference Proceedings.

05.        Goodman, D. and Cooper, H. L. (2011). Informal Energy Education: Fuel Cell Exhibit Pilot Study. American Society for Engineering Education Conference.

04.        Cowan, D. J., Fox, P., Hundley, S., Tabas, J., and Goodman, D. (2010). The DORMaTECHture Project: A Multi and Interdisciplinary Educational Experience. American Society for Engineering Education Conference.

03.        Chen, R., Goodman, D., Izadian, A., and Cooney, E. (2010). Teaching Renewable Energy through Hands-on Project-Based Learning for Engineering Technology Students. American Society for Engineering Education Conference.

02.        Cowan, D. J., Fox, P., Hundley, S., **Tabas, J., and Goodman, D. (2010). Sustainability and Education: The Need for New Degree Options. American Society of Civil Engineers: Earth Space 2010: pp. 3821-3832.

01.        Fox, P., Hundley, S., Cowan, D. J., **Tabas, J., and Goodman, D. (2009). Teaching Sustainability: Course, Program and Degree Considerations. Portland International Center for Management of Engineering Technology Conference.

 

Posters

05.        Trien Nguyen, Delaram Moghaddam, Rawda Hamid, David Goodman, Joe Tabas, and Alan Mikesky. “VIRO: The Future of Online Course Interfaces,” IUPUI Research Day, April, 2013.

04.        Trien Nguyen, David Goodman, and Horia Petrache. “Hydrogen Generation from Water Disassociation Using Small Currents and Harmonics,” IUPUI Research Day, April, 2013.

03.        Sameer S. Alshehri, Afshin Izadian and David Goodman, “A New Inverter Design and Parameter Sizing Procedure,” MURI Poster Presentation, IUPUI, Summer 2012.

02.        Cory DiGregory, Afshin Izadian and David Goodman, “Combined Adaptive Controller for A Buck Boost Circuit,” MURI Poster Presentation, IUPUI, Summer 2012.

01.        Gregg A. Jones, Afshin Izadian and David Goodman, “A New Power Inverter Circuit Analysis, Modeling, and Operation,” MURI Poster Presentation, IUPUI, Summer 2012.

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Updated April 2017

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Email: dwgoodma at iupui dot edu

Phone: 317-274-5381