James Canino

james caninoAssociate Professor
Wade Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
(260) 665-4232 | caninoj@trine.edu

Areas of Expertise:

Blended Learning and Flipped Classroom
Rocket Propulsion
Aerodynamics
Computational Fluid Dynamics

Degrees Earned:

Ph.D., Aeronautics & Astronautics, Purdue University

Master of Science in Engineering,  Aeronautics & Astronautics, Purdue University

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Milwaukee School of Engineering

Work History:

Trine University | 2010-Present

  • Associate Professor

The Aerospace Corporation | 2007-2010

  • Member of the Technical Staff

Publications:

Canino, J., “Comparing student performance in thermodynamics using the flipped classroom and think-pair-share pedagogies,” 122nd ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, June 14, 2015, Seattle, WA. 

Eldredge, J.D., Senocak, I., Dawson, P., Canino, J., Liou, W.W., LeBeau, R., Hitt, D.L., Rumpfkeil, M.P., and Cummings, R.M., “A Best Practices Guide to CFD Education in the Undergraduate Curriculum,” Int. J. Aerodynamics, 4 (3/4) 200-236, December 2014.

Canino, J. and Young, S., “Interdisciplinary Collaboration to Address Mechanical Engineering Students’ Writing,” ASEE Illinois/Indiana Section Conference, April 6, 2013, Angola, IN.

Canino, J., “Views on Flipping Engineering Thermodynamics,” ASEE Illinois/Indiana Section Conference, April 6, 2013, Angola, IN.

Canino, J. and Heister, S.D., “Contributions of Orifice Hydrodynamic Instabilities to Primary Atomization,” Atomization and Sprays, Vol. 19, pgs. 1-18, 2009.

MacDonald, Megan E., Canino, James V., and Heister, Stephen D., “Nonlinear Response of Plain-Orifice Injectors to Nonacoustic Pressure Oscillations,” Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 23, No. 6, pgs. 1204-1213, November-December 2007.

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