Kenneth C. Baldwin, Professor

Kenneth C. Baldwin, Professor

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Director - Center for Ocean Engineering
Office: 
Jere Chase O.E. Lab, 121F
Phone: 
(603) 862-1898
Fax: 
(603) 862-0241

Credentials

Ph.D., Ocean Engineering, University of Rhode Island, 1982
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of New Hampshire, 1977
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Northeastern University, 1973

Prof. Baldwin's research and teaching interests are broad. He has worked in marine geoacoustics, collison tolerant aides to navigation and marine mammal bioacoustics.

Prof. Baldwin teaches course in ocean engineering as well as mechanical engineering and he regularly teaches OE 690 - Introduction to Ocean Engineering, OE 710/810 - Ocean Measurements Lab and OE 785/885 - Underwater Acoustics.

Research Areas

Publications

 

"Dynamics of a Floating Platform Mounting a Hydrokinetic Turbine", Toby Dewhurst, Rob Swift, Martin Wosnik, Ken Baldwin, Jud DeCew and Matt Rowell, Submitted to the Marine Technology Society Journal, under review, March 2013.

“Sediment Identification using free fall penetrometer acceleration-time histories.”, Mulukutla, GK, Huff, LC., Melton, JS., Baldwin, KC. and Mayer, LA. (2011), Marine Geophysical Researches . doi 10.1007/s11001-011-9116-2.
 
“Experimental Studies and Numerical Modeling of Copper Nets in Marine Environment”, Igor Tsukrov, Drach, A., Decew, J., Swift, M. R., Celikkol, B., and Baldwin, K., Proceedings of the ASME 2011 30th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, June 2011.
 
“Investigating flow characteristics through and around a net panel using measurements and computational fluid dynamics”, Oystein Patursson, M. R. Swift, I. Tsukrov, K. Simonsen, K. Baldwin, D. Frederiksson and B. Celikkol.  J. of Ocean Engineering 2010

Mechanics of the Right Whale Mandible: Full Scale Testing and Finite Element Analysis”, Igor Tsukrov, Baldwin, K, Decew, J., Moore, M. and Campbell, R. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2009.

“Investigating flow characteristics through and around a net panel using measurements and  computational fluid dynamics”, Oystein Patursson, M. R. Swift, I. Tsukrov, K. Simonsen, K. Baldwin, D. Frederiksson and B. Celikkol.  Accepted for J. of Ocean Engineering 2009

“Acoustic Conditioning for Recall/Recapture of Escaped Salmon”, Michael F. Tlusty1, Jennifer Andrew2, Kenneth Baldwin3, Terence M. Bradley2*, Aquaculture 274, pg 57-64, 2008.