Interest AreasHigh temperature chemistry, solid waste management
Brief BiographyHonors and Awards
Fellow, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), 1976
Founders Award, AIChE, 1981
Benjamin Garver Lamme Medal, ASEE, 1982
Charter Fellow, American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), 1983
Linton E. Grinter Distinguished Service Award, ABET, 1984
Charter Fellow, Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), 1988
Leighton Collins Award, ASEE, 1991
Selected PublicationsDobbins, M. S. and Burnet, G., "Carbochlorination of Dispersed Oxides in a Molten Salt Reactor," AIChE J., 34(7), 1086-1083 (1988).
Chesley, J. A. and Burnet, G., "A Two-Stage Reaction Sequence for C3S Formation," Cement and Concrete Res., 19, 837-847 (1989).
Burnet, G., "Use of Videoconferences to Augment Classroom Instruction," Engineering Education, 80, 463-465 (1990).
Fronczak, N. R., Murtha, M. J., and Burnet, G., "Use of High-Sulfur Coal By-Products in the Lime-Sinter Process for Al2O3 Recovery from Fly Ash," Processing and Utilization of High-Sulfur Coals, R. Markuszewski and T. D. Wheelock (Eds.), Elsevier, New York, 781-790 (1990).
Burnet, G., "The Lime-Soda Sinter Process for Resource Recovery from Fly Ash - A New Look," Proceedings 9th International Coal Ash Utilization Symposium, Orlando, FL, 1, Section 6, January 22-25, 1990.
Greisch, J. R. and Burnet, G., "The Ten Most Outstanding Engineering Education and Engineering Technology Achievements of the Past Century," J. of Engineering Education, Centennial Issue, 83, 3-5 (1994).