Dr. Paul T. Daniell
Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Petroleum Engineering and Geology
Education: Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, West Virginia University, 1986; Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, West Virginia University, 1984; Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1981
Research Interests: Transport Phenomena, Thermodynamics, and Process Control
Recent Publications: Thermodynamics of Wet Gas NGL Separation, presentation to SPE Ohio Petroleum Section, April 19th, 2013.
Courses (Fall 2014): Thermodynamics, Statics
Courses (Spring 2015): Fluid Mechanics, Electrical Engineering, Heat Transfer, Fluids Lab
Phone: (740) 376-4780
What can a student expect when taking one of your classes?
They should expect to apply their experience to solving real-world problems immediately. I am heavy on application-based teaching of engineering.
What excites you about teaching at Marietta College?
Our graduates are out there finding energy right here at home. I take great joy in being a part of developing our energy independence.
When you aren’t teaching, what other activities do you enjoy?
Duplicate bridge, Astrophotography
Do you prefer flipping through the pages of a book or an e-book?
What is your favorite location on campus and why?
Upper Gilman for Breakfast Burritos
What is your favorite Marietta College event?
Founders Day has had spectacular guest speakers.