Raymond C. Tesiero, Ph.D.

Assistant Professorray

Vita

Contact: 455 McNair Hall
              Email: rctesier@ncat.edu
              Ph: (336) 285-3680
              Fax: (336) 334-7126

Education

Ph.D. Computational Science and Engineering, NC A&T State Univ., 2014
M.S. Civil Engineering, NC A&T State University, 2010
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1995

Teaching Interest

AREN364 HVAC Systems Principles I
AREN363 HVAC Systems I Laboratory
AREN572 Energy Conservation in Buildings
AREN343 Heat Transfer and Applied Thermodynamics
AREN462 HVAC and Hydronic System Design
AREN480 Senior Project – Design Development
AREN483 Senior Capstone Design

Research Interest

HVAC systems, Heat-mass transport and energy systems, Modeling, analysis, optimization and control of HVAC Systems, Sustainable built environment and smart capabilities in building energy systems, Energy efficiency and technologies in buildings, Diagnosis of cooling and heating energy systems, Energy auditing of buildings, Energy conversion and utilization, Energy technology modeling, Greenhouse gas analysis, Building thermal simulation, Reliability engineering and engineering management

Research Projects

  • Consultant and Key personnel on Awarded $750,000 grant for STEM Project Engage through Minority Serving Education Institution Programs, Department of Education for the period Fall 2016-Fall 2019.
  • Consultant and Key Personnel on Awarded $2.2 Million Trade Assistance Career Training grants program to establish comprehensive Advanced Manufacturing Technology training and research model by Dept. of Labor (DOL). Sep 2012 – Spring 2016. TAACCCT program funded by the U.S. Department of Labor
  • Key Personnel on Award of $30,000 from Alabama Department of Transportation, National Summer Transportation Initiative for summer 2015 - 2017.
  • Co-Principal Investigator – “Center for Energy Research and Technology”, sponsored by Department of Environment and Natural Resources, North Carolina Department of Administration 2016 $404,318
  • Co-Principal Investigator – “Center for Energy Research and Technology”, sponsored by Department of Environment and Natural Resources, North Carolina Department of Administration 2015 $404,318
  • Co-Principal Investigator – “Center for Energy Research and Technology”, sponsored by Department of Environment and Natural Resources, North Carolina Department of Administration 2014 $204,318
  • Co-Principal Investigator – “Center for Energy Research and Technology”, sponsored by State Energy Office, North Carolina Department of Administration 2013 $204,274

Selected Publications

  • Tesiero, R., McElreath, David, Doss, Adrian, Van Slyke, Jeff, Russo, Barbara, Schulenberg, Stefan, Jensen, Carl. Disasters That Shaped Emergency Management: Case Studies for the Homeland Security/Emergency Management Professional, Kendall Hunt, August 2018 ISBN: 978-1-5249-6202-9.
  • Doss, D., McElreath, D., Goza, R., Tesiero, R., Gokaraju, B., & Henley, R. Assessing the Recovery Aftermaths of Selected Disasters in the Gulf of Mexico. Logistics & Sustainable Transport, Vol. 9, No. 1, February 2018, 1-10, doi: 10.2478/jlst-2018-0001, De Gruyter.
  • Tesiero, N. Nassif, B. Gokaraju, D. Doss, Intelligent Approaches for Modeling and Optimizing HVAC Systems Energy Use (2017), ASME Power & Energy Conference 2017, June 26-30, Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, NC.
  • Doss, D.A., Goza, R., Tesiero, R., Gokaraju, B., and McElreath, D.H., (2017) The Capability Maturity Model as an Industrial Process Improvement Model, Manufacturing Science and Technology 4(2): 17-24, 2017, DOI: 10.13189/mst.2017.040201, http://www.hrpub.org
  • Doss, D.A., Tesiero, R., Gokaraju, B., McElreath, D., Goza, R., (2017) Proposed Derivation of the Integrated Capability Maturity Model as an Environmental Management Maturity Model, Energy and Environmental Engineering 5(3): 67-73, 2017, DOI: 10.13189/eee.2017.050302, http://www.hrpub.org
  • Tesiero, R., Nabil Nassif, Harmohindar Singh, K.M. Flurchick, Marwan Bikdash, Ahmed Megri, (2014) Intelligent Approaches for Modeling and Optimizing HVAC Systems. UMI/ProQuest
  • Tesiero, R., Nabil Nassif, Harmohindar Singh and K.M. Flurchick, (2014) Low-cost Strategies to Save Energy in K-12 Schools, American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 7 (1): 41-53, 2014, ISSN: 1941-7020©2014 Science Publication, doi:10.3844/ajeassp.2014.41.53 Published Online 7 (1) 2014 (http://www.thescipub.com/ajeas.toc)
  • Nassif, N., and Tesiero. (2014). Modeling and Validation of HVAC System Fan Based on Numerical Analysis, Journal of Energy
  • Tesiero, R., Nassif, H. Singh. (2014). Low-Tech/No-Cost” Control Strategies to Save Energy in K-12 Schools, ASHRAE Transactions 120(1).
  • Nassif, N., Tesiero, and N. AlRaees (2014). A New Air Conditioning System Fan Model Based on Numerical Analysis. American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 7(1): 32-40.
  • Nassif, N., Tesiero, and N. Al Raees. (2013). Energy Performance Analysis of Ice Thermal Storage for Commercial HVAC Systems. Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, in press, JEPE13010601
  • Nassif, N, C. Tesiero, and H. Singh. (2013). Impact of Ice Thermal Storage on Cooling Energy Cost for Commercial HVAC Systems. ASHRAE Transactions 119(1)
  • Nassif, N, C. Tesiero, and H. Singh. (2013). Developing and Validation of HVAC System Fan Model Based on Numerical Analysis. ASHRAE Transactions 119(1)