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Dale Ensminger, P.E.
|Dale Ensminger, P.E.|
|Title||Senior Research Scientist, Retired|
|Expertise||Ultrasonics, research and development|
|Current Organization||Battelle Columbus Laboratories|
|Type of Organization||Independent research and development firm|
|Major Product||Contract research and development|
|Area of Distribution||International|
|University/Degree||B.S., Mechanical Engineering; B.S., Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University, 1950|
|Born||September 26, 1923, Mount Perry, Ohio|
|Honors & Awards||Listed in America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals, Lifetime Member; Certificate for 50 years service in Acoustical Society of America; NASA Award for development of means for detection and measurement of vibrations in high pressure pump for dense gases; Military: Served 3 years in the U.S. Army during WWII; spent time with the 20th Armored Division in Europe, received the Bronze Star, discharged as a Corporal in 1946|
|Published Works||Numerous books, articles, journals including, "Ultrasonics, Fundamentals, Technology, Applications," 1988, second edition of Ultrasonics-the Low-and High-Intensity Applications, 1973; reviews technical books for Applied Mechanics Reviews|
|Affiliations||Ultrasonic Industry Association; Acoustical Society of America; ASM Columbus; American Society for Nondestructive Testing; Past Dean, Director, Columbus Bible Institute; Board Member, Fundamental Baptist Mission of Trinidad and Tobago; Board Member, The Columbus Prison Association; Served nine 3 year terms "on session of" Calvary Bible Church|
|Hobbies & Sports||Woodworking|
|Career Accomplishments||Has conducted or participated in more than 985 research studies involving both high-intensity and low-intensity applications of ultrasonic energy. These studies have ranged from basic studies of ultrasonic energy and wave propagation to the development of prototype devices for industrial, domestic and military uses. These studies have led to two technical books, two books to which he is a major contributor, books to which he has contributed chapters, over 150 technical articles and patents of applications of ultrasonic energy, and a book in preparation for publication tentatively entitled Ultrasonics Data Book of which he is a technical editor and major contributor|
|Work History||Senior Research Scientist, Battelle Memorial Institute, worked there since college and continues to work part time|
|Children||Martha Jean Taylor, Laura Lee Francis, Charles Robert, Jonathan Dale, Mary Ann Miller, Daniel Joseph; 30 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren|
|Married||June 7, 2002|
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