Dr. Stanley C. Kranc, PhD, PE
Civil and Environmental Engineering
4202 E. Fowler Avenue
Tampa, FL 33620-5350
Phone: (813) 974-5821
Fax: (813) 974-2957
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering and Astronautical Sciences, Northwestern University
B.S. Science Engineering, Northwestern University
Areas of Interest
Fluid mechanics and heat transfer, Numerical analysis and modeling, Philosophy and history of Technology
Stanley C. Kranc has taught and conducted research at the University of South Florida since 1971, having previously been a faculty member at Florida State University. Currently, his primary research interests are related to the perception and cultural implications of visual representations of technology.
- Kranc, S.C. “Analog Images”, in The Image of Technology, published by Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, Colorado Springs, CO, 2009
- Kranc, S.C.. Optimal spray patterns for counterflow cooling towers with structured packing, Applied Mathematical Modelling 31, pp 676-686, 2 007.
- Kranc, S.. and Collier, N. Optimizing Facilities Placement and Automating the Permit Process for Improved Utility Corridor Development Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1984 Highway Facility Design, p 151, 2006.
- Kranc, S.C. and Sagüés, A.A., "A Numerical Method for the Recovery of Local Potentials and Currents Due to Corrosion of Steel in Concrete", Electrochemical Techniques for Evaluating Corrosion Performance and Estimating Service-Life of Reinforced Concrete, , Journal ASTM International, Feb 2006 (originally ASTM STP 1457, N. S. Berke, M. Thomas, X. Yunping and L. L. Veleva, Eds., ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2004.
- Kranc, S.C. “Decreased Corrosion Initiation Time of Steel in Concrete Due to Rebar Obstruction of Diffusional Flow”, with A.A. Sagüés and F.J. Presuel-Moreno, ACI Materials Journal, Vol 99,No.1, pp 51-54, 2002.