Dr. Henry Foust
Dr. Henry FoustAssistant Professor - Assistant Department ChairComputer Science and Engineering Technology
- I'm a civil engineer by training and have worked as both an environmental engineer and a civil engineer. My area of research is in solid/liquid and liquid/gas flows and my broad interest is in fluid mechanics. Currently, I'm interested in benefit to cost analysis tools around flood mitigation work and laminar burning rates associated with dust explosions.
- I have over 14 years of experience teaching in higher education and have previously been the program director for an Engineering Cooperative program at the University of St. Thomas in Houston.
Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Tulane University, 2005. Dissertation: "Real Time Control in Water Resource Operations" conducted under the advisement of Reda Bakeer.
M.S., Environmental Science and Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, 1998. Special Topic Project: the development of a denitrifying packed bed tower and performance characteristics based on differing inputs.
B.S., Civil Engineering, University of New Orleans, 1995.
University of Houston-Downtown
ENGR 1400 – PC Application in Engineering (Spring, 2022)
ENGR 3302 – Engineering Economics (Spring, 2022; Fall, 2022)
ENGR 3308 – Fluid Mechanics (Spring, 2022)
ENGR 2106 – Surveying Lab (Fall, 2022)
ENGR2306 – Surveying (Fall, 2022)
ENGR 2304 – CADD I (Fall, 2022)
University of Saint Thomas
MATH 1353 – Mathematics for Economics and Business (Fall, 2012; Spring, 2013; Spring, 2016; Fall, 2016)
MATH 1354 – Computer Aided Design (Spring, 2013; Fall, 2014; Spring, 2014; Fall, 2014; Spring, 2015; Fall, 2015; Spring, 2016; Fall, 2016; Spring, 2017; Fall, 2017; Spring, 2018)
MATH 1432 – Calculus II (Fall, 2012)
MATH 2344 – Engineering Mathematics I (Fall, 2013; Fall, 2014)
MATH 3133 – Electrical Circuits Laboratory (Spring, 2013; Spring, 2014; Spring, 2015)
MATH 3333 – Electrical Circuits (Spring, 2013; Spring, 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016)
MATH 3336 – Engineering Thermodynamics (Fall, 2012; Fall, 2013; Fall, 2014; Fall, 2015; Fall, 2016; Fall, 2017)
MATH 3341 – Engineering Statics (Fall, 2012; Fall, 2013; Fall, 2014; Fall, 2015; Fall, 2016; Fall, 2017)
MATH 3342 – Engineering Dynamics (Spring, 2013)
MATH 3354 – Engineering Mathematics II (Spring, 2014; Spring, 2015)
MATH 4393A – Special Topics, Fluid Mechanics (Spring, 2016; Spring, 2017; Spring, 2018)
MATH 4393B – Special Topics, Strength of Materials (Spring, 2018)
MATH 4193 – Special Topics, Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (Spring, 2018)
MATH 3339 – Numerical Analysis (Spring, 2017; Spring, 2018)
Nicholls State University
EGSC 101 – Engineering Graphics (Fall, 2005; Fall, 2006; Fall, 2007; Spring and Fall, 2008; Spring and Fall, 2009; Spring and Fall 2010; Spring and Fall 2011; Spring 2012)
EGSC 301 – Introduction to Computer Aided Design, I (Fall, 2010)
EGSC 302 – Introduction to Computer Aided Design, II (Spring, 2011)
MNTC 370 – Engineering Economics (Fall, 2005; Fall, 2006)
EGTC 210 – Strength of Materials (Spring, 2009)
EGTC 245 – Electrical Principles (Fall, 2005; Fall, 2006; Fall, 2007; Fall, 2008; Fall, 2009)
EGTC 246 – Electrical Principles Laboratory (Fall, 2005; Fall, 2006; Fall, 2007; Fall, 2008; Fall, 2009)
EGTC 315 – Power Fluids (Spring, 2006; Spring, 2007; Spring, 2008; Spring 2009; Spring 2010)
EGTC 316 – Power Fluids Laboratory (Spring, 2006; Spring, 2007; Spring, 2008; Spring, 2009; Spring, 2010)
MNTC 450 – Manufacturing Capstone (Spring, 2006; Spring, 2007)
EGTC 110 – Computer Aided Design (Spring, 2006; Spring, 2007; Spring, 2008; Spring, 2009; Spring, 2010)
GEOM 101 – Introduction to Geomatics (Spring and Fall, 2011; Spring 2012)
GEOM 103 – Introduction to Geomatics Laboratory (Spring, 2011; Spring 2012)
GEOM 104 – Service Learning (Fall, 2010; Spring and Fall, 2011; Spring 2012)
GEOM 301 – Route and Construction Surveys (Fall, 2010; Fall, 2011)
GEOM 303 – Route and Construction Surveys Laboratory (Fall, 2010; Fall, 2011)
GEOM 401 – Sub-Division Design (Fall, 2011)
GEOM 410 – Surveying and Mapping Practices (Spring, 2012)
MNTC 297 – Engineering Problem Solving (Fall, 2006; Fall, 2008; Fall, 2009)
MNTC 298 – Projects (Spring, 2009)
PSET 131 – Reservoir Fluids (Spring, 2010)
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering Technology, University of Houston-Downtown, Houston, TX; 2021 to Present. Working as an Assistant Professor within a Civil Engineering Technology program where I teach classes, conduct research, and provide service to the department, university, and greater engineering community.
Associate Professor for Cooperative Engineering Program, Department of Mathematics, University of St. Thomas; Houston, TX; 2016 to 2018. Administered and taught courses within an Engineering Cooperative program that has agreements with Texas A&M, University of Houston, Notre Dame, and the Catholic University of Americas as part of a 3/2 program where the students graduate with a BA in applied mathematics from UST and a BS in engineering from the reciprocal institution. Also conducted research in the areas of gas dynamics and detonation.
2015 Fellow in Air Force Office of Sponsored Research (AFOSR) Summer Faculty Fellowship Program at AFRL - Aerospace Systems Directorate, Understanding entropy changes within the combustion step for a rotational detonation engine. This work delineating entropy changes versus temperature rise for a rotational detention engine at the Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of St. Thomas; Houston, TX; 2013 to 2016. Administering and taught courses within an Engineering Cooperative program that has agreements with Texas A&M, University of Houston, Notre Dame, and Catholic University of Americas as part of a 3/2 program where the students graduate with a BA in applied mathematics from UST and a BS in engineering from the reciprocal institution. Also conducted research in the areas of gas dynamics and detonation.
Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of St. Thomas; Houston, TX; 2012-2013. Taught courses within the Engineering Cooperative program that includes mechanics, electrical circuits, thermodynamics, and CAD. Also, conducted research and provided outreach for the program.
Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Sciences, Geomatics, Nicholls State University; Thibodaux, LA; 2010-2012. Worked as an assistant professor in Geomatics where I taught classes, recruiting at area high schools for the program, conducted other avenues of program outreach, and performed research.
Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Sciences, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Nicholls State University; Thibodaux, LA; 2005-2010. Worked as an assistant professor in Manufacturing Engineering Technology where I taught classes, recruited at area high schools for the program, pursued other avenues of program outreach, and conducted research. Further, instrumental in preparation for a successful bid for ABET accreditation and advisor for the 2010 ASABE semi-finalist for ¼ Tractor Competition.
FaST Fellow, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, 2007. Taught two undergraduate students how to conduct research over a ten-week duration. These two students were not engineering students where the research was fundamental work on porous media flow. This project involved teaching them how the scientific method is applied to empirical studies, teaching them fluid mechanics, and conducting research on an ultrafiltration process applied to radioactive waste. The nature of the research was developing friction factors appropriate to a cross-flow ultrafiltration process.
Managed Graduate Seminar Series; Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Tulane University; 1999-2003. Managed an environmental seminar series for the department while a graduate student at Tulane, which included presenting lectures on the applications of statistics to environmental systems.
Research Faculty; Colorado School of Mines, Engineering Division; 1998 -1999. Worked on a project to determine the environment within abandoned uranium mines used as bat habitats. This work included the design of an ultra-low flow air meter to monitor flow velocities on the order of .01 feet per second or less.
Teaching Assistant; Colorado School of Mines, Engineering Division; 1998. Worked as a TA for a multidisciplinary engineering laboratory, which is essentially a mechatronics laboratory. Mechatronics is the application of engineering and computer principles to a mechanical system. This laboratory included determining the strain on cantilever beams using strain gauges, designing various filters, and the use of LabView. LabView is a data acquisition system.
Research Assistant; University of New Orleans, Civil Engineering; 1995 - 1996. Worked on a project to assess the impacts of PM10 on the shipbuilding industry. This work included air monitoring at Avondale Shipyards.
Undergraduate Research Experiences
Mentored the following undergraduate research experiences
|Topic||Students Involved||Funding Agency||Time Period|
|Development of a friction factor for an ultrafiltration process to treat radioactive waste||2||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and U.S. Department of Energy||Summer, 2007|
|Bayou Lafourche Salinity Study||1||Louisiana Sea Grant||Summer, 2010|
|Particle Capture Model||2||Savannah River National Laboratory and U.S. Department of Energy||Summer, 2010|
|Super-hydrophobic Surfaces and Drag Reduction||2||NASA||Summer, 2012|
|Approximate Model for Perimeter of an ellipse||2||University of St. Thomas||Spring, 2013|
|Approximate model for isentropic, choked flow||2 UST Students|
2 HCC Faculty
2 HCC Students
|HSI STEM Grant||Fall, 2013|
|Extension of the Previous HSI STEM Grant||2 UST Students|
2 HCC Faculty
2 HCC Students
|HSI STEM Grant||Fall, 2014|
|Delineating Entropy Changes for a Rotational Detonation Engine||2 UST Students|
2 HCC Faculty
2 HCC Students
|HSI STEM Grant||Fall, 2015|
|Adaptive Time Step applied to Rosenbrock’s Method||1||n/a||Fall, 2016|
|Critical flow using Virial Truncated Equation and linear model for specific Heat||2||n/a||Fall, 2016|
|Approximate forms of reduced order dynamics associated with a cylindrical shock||3||US Department of Education Grant||Fall, 2017|
|Estimation of parameters associated with the SCS-CN Model and applicable to metro Houston watersheds||1||n/a||Summer, 2022|
|Toward Social BCA associated with flood mitigation Projects||1||n/a||Spring, 2023|
Prior Undergraduate Research Experiences
Undergraduate Honors Thesis
Imane Inneda (2019). "Numerical and Graphical Solutions to More General Rankine Hugoniot Systems"; Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of St. Thomas.
Department of Energy, Office of River Protection (2004). "DOE Oversight Review for Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant."
Savannah River National Laboratory (2010). "Development of particle capture model as the basis to a permeate volume maximization study."
Watt and Foust (2011). "Design Analysis for BOP Containment Structure with possible failure due to Fragment from the BOP."
Foust, Watt, Ghosehajra, and Sever (2012). "Utilizing drag reduction in a packed bed reactor"; final report to NASA/EPSCoR project.
Foust (2015). "Delineating Entropy Change and Temperature for a Rotating Detonation Engine"; Final Report for U.S. Air Force Fellowship, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Air Force Research Laboratory.
Assistant Chair for Department of Computer Science and Engineering Technology
2023 CSET Annual Evaluation Rubrics Committee
2022-2023 Study Abroad Committee Chair
Organizer for 2022-2023 CSET Professional Seminars
Advisor for UHD Student Chapter of National Society of Black Engineers
2022, Spring University of Houston-Downtown, Commencement Marshall
Reviewer for Environmental Quality Management Journal
Local Station Board Member, KPFT, which is a Pacifica Radio Station, 2022
Judge for 59th Annual 2018 Science and Engineering Fair of Houston where I judged the junior division for environmental sciences
Coordinated efforts for an advisory board to develop a $1,000,000 endowment for Cooperative Engineering Scholarships
Established along with UT San Antonio a UST/UTSA Cooperative Engineering agreement
Boy Scouts of America, Den Leader, Den 8, Pack 99, Sam Houston Area Council, 2015-2016
Knights of Columbus, St. Thomas the Moore Parish, Houston, TX
Coordinator for MUST – Mathematics Seminar Series, 2014-2015 Academic Year, University of St. Thomas
Advisor for the UST Math Club, 2015 to 2016
Advisor for UST Rocket Team, 2014 to 2015
Member of UST academic committee, 2014 to 2015, 2015 to 2016
Cultivating individuals to become industrial partners for the Cooperative Engineering
2014 Reviewer for Texas Space Grant Consortium, K-12 Education Projects
2013 International Sustainable World Energy Engineering Environment Project Olympiad Judge
UST Coordinator for Engineers without Borders, University of Houston Chapter, 2012-2013
Co-Coordinator for MUST – Mathematics Seminar Series, 2012-2013 Academic Year, University of St. Thomas
Nicholls State University Research Week Committee
2009 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Fluid Engineering, Solid/Liquid Symposium Co-Organizer
Instrumental in preparation for Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET-TAC) accreditation process
Aggressive campaign to increase Manufacturing Engineering Technology Industrial Advisory Council from six members to twelve members, 2008
Coordinator for Nicholls State University, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Junior Engineering Technology Society TEAMS Competition
JETS TEAMS Competition facilitator, UNO/NSU, March 7, 2006
Science Olympiad Judge, Nicholls State University, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Fundraiser Dinner for MNTC Enhancement Fund, 2007, 2008
University Committee for Social/Community Concerns
Nicholls State University Budgetary Committee
2006 International ¼ Scale Tractor Student Competition, NSU Advisor, June 1 to 4, Peoria, IL
Lecture at area High Schools to Promote Careers in STEM, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Reviewer for ASEE, Chemical Engineering Division 2010, 2011, 2017, 2018 Annual Conference
Reviewer for Journal of Applied Sciences and Engineering Technology
Reviewer for Journal of Membrane Science
Reviewer for Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research
Reviewer for Journal of Pipeline Systems
2010, 2006 ASEE Conference, Gulf South Region, Session Moderator
Science Fair Judge, St. James Parish Science and Math Academy, February 23, 2006.
Journal/ Conference Papers
Foust (2022). "Determination of a linear relationship between square root of Archimedes number and Reynold's number for falling balls"; (in-Progress).
Foust, Fucile and Williams (2022). "Toward a Social BCA"; Texas Water Journal (in-progress).
Foust (2016). "An Adaptive Time Step Scheme for Euler's Method based on Taylor Series Remainder Term"; International Journal of Management and Business Intelligence, v. 1.
Sever and Foust (2011). "Impact of Pipe Sags on WWTP Influent Water Constituents." Water Environment Research, n. 83.
Foust, Henry and Ghosehajra, Malay (2010). "Sizing an ultrafiltration process that will treat radioactive waste." Separation Science and Technology, v. 45, Issue 8 pp. 1025–1032.
Foust, Henry and Watt, George (2009). "Hydroelectric Plant Design as a synthesis tool for an engineering technology curriculum." International Journal of Modern Engineering, v. 11, n. 1, pp. 67 to 73.
Foust, Henry, Holton, Langdon, and Demick, Larry (2005). "Maximizing Production Capacity from an ultrafiltration process at the Hanford Department of Energy Waste Treatment Facility." Journal of Separation Science and Technology, v 40, n 16, pp. 3323–3337.
Foust (2016). "An adaptive time step based on Taylor Remainders;" 2016 IBII International Conference on Mathematics and Application; Woodlands, TX 4/28 through 4/30.
Follis, Foust, Smith, and Lukas (2014). "Coach's Intuition and Analytics;" Joint Statistical Meeting, Boston, MA, August 2 to 7, Analysis of Baseball, Basketball, and Cricket Data, Contributed Papers, Section on Statistics in Sports.
Foust and Watt (2010). "Freshman Capstone Experience: Land Development Project", ASEE. GSW, Lake Charles, LA.
Foust and Watt (2010). "Implementing Electrical Principles into a Manufacturing Engineering Technology Curriculum", ASEE, GSW, Lake Charles, LA.
Foust (2009). "Design curves utilized for Production Levels associated with an ultrafiltration process", 2009 ASME Fluid Engineering Conference, Liquid-Solid Symposium, Aug. 2 to 5.
Contreras, et al. "Friction factors appropriate for ultrafiltration applied to radioactive waste." 2007 Annual AIChE Meeting, Environmental Division, Advanced Oxidation and Reduction Processes for Environmental Applications, November 6th.
Foust, Henry and Ghosehajra, Malay "Appropriateness of Mechanistic and Non-mechanistic models for ultrafiltration of mixed waste." 2007 Annual AIChE Meeting, Nuclear Engineering Division.
Foust, Henry. "Developing an Energy Mechatronics Laboratory." 2006 American Society of Engineering Education, Energy Conversion and Conservation Division, Session 3133, June 21st, 2006.
Foust, Henry and Watt, George. "A system approach to teaching Control Principles;" 2006 Southwest ASEE Conference, March 15-16, Session 15.
Foust, Henry, Bakeer, Reda, and Drakunov, Sergey "Sliding mode control applied to a membrane separation process," 2005 IEEE Conference on Control Applications; Toronto, Canada, August 28-31 2005, pp. 49-54.
Foust, Henry and Kandiah, Ramani. "Optimal Design for an ultrafiltration process at the Hanford Department of Energy facility," 2005 Annual Conference of American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Foust, Henry, Bakeer, Reda, and Drakunov, Sergey, "Time Optimal Diafiltration," Proceedings of the 2005 ASME Fluids Engineering Summer Conference, June 19-23, 2005, paper No. FEDSM-77224.
Funded Grants/Equipment Acquistions
Foust (2017). Fluid Mechanics equipment through an active University of St. Thomas, Department of Education grant, $17,000.
Foust (2017). Thermodynamics equipment through an active University of St. Thomas, Department of Education grant, $5,000.
Foust (2017). Measuring Pressure Drop in horizontal pipes conveying solid/liquid flows for a given particle size distribution of quartz sand; UST Professional Development Fund, $1700.
2015 Fellow in Air Force Office of Sponsored Research (AFOSR) Summer Faculty Fellowship Program at AFRL - Aerospace Systems Directorate, Delineating Entropy changes versus temperature rise for the RDE (Funded), $15,300.
Foust (2015). Delineating entropy changes across a rotational detonation engine, UST/HCC STEM Funds (Funded), $17,964.
Foust (2014). Development of a model for isentropic, choked flow that utilizes Peng Robinson Equations of State, UST/HCC STEM Funds, (Funded), $17,964.
Foust (2013). Experiments involving isentropic, chocked flow, UST/HCC STEM Funds (Funded), $19,410.
Foust (2012). "Travel Augmentation for DART-2 Award"; NASA EPSCoR Supplemental Award, (Funded), $4,455.
Gautreaux, Foust, Griffin and Ramachandran (2011). "Petroleum Services Laboratory Enhancement Project"; LA Board of Regents, Enhancement Program (Funded), $400,000.
Foust and Sever (2011). "Utilizing drag reduction in a packed bed reactor"; NASA and Louisiana Board of Regents, DART 2 (Funded), $50,000.
Foust and Ghose-Hajra (2010). Understanding the Effects of particle size distribution and dynamic process conditions on cake morphology. Savannah River National Laboratory (Funded), $75,000.
Foust (2010). Academic grant for 5 copies of Well Evaluation Modeling (WEM Pro), P.E. Moseley and Associates, which is valued at $182,875.
Foust (2010). "Development of conceptually simple models for salinity intrusion on Bayou Lafourche." Louisiana Sea Grant, Professional Development Program (Funded), $10,000.
Foust (2008). Travel Grant for Emerging Faculty, Louisiana Board of Regents. Funded through National Science Foundation's EPSCoR program, $2,500.
Foust, Henry (2007). Acquired the hydraulics laboratory associated with Civil Engineering at Tulane - this equipment is valued at over $50,000.
Foust, Henry (2007). "Friction factors appropriate for ultrafiltration applied to radioactive waste" FaST program for summer research at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Funded through National Science Foundation's EPSCoR, Battelle, and Department of Energy, $28,000.
Proposal for Funded Grant between BLM and Colorado School of Mines (1998); "Assessment of impacts of abandoned uranium mine culverts on bat habitat." Funded through Bureau of Land Management, $28,000.
Foust (2020). "Speed of Sound and Critical Flow." This book develops equations for the speed of sound in an ideal gas, real gas, liquids and solids; the book goes on to develop the speed of sound in two component (mixture) systems. The book then develops equations for the critical flow for an ideal gas and real gases. The book goes on to develop equations for critical flow for two component (phase) systems and provides a final chapter on the Omega method for two phase homogenous systems. Currently, this book is in progress under contract with Springer and will be published through the book series, "Shock Waves and High-Pressure Phenomena."
Foust (2020). "Flood Routing" Chapter to be published within "Hydro-Informatics" by Elsevier Publishing.
Foust (2022). "Thermodynamics, Gas Dynamics and Combustion." This book is written in three parts: Part I – Chapters 1 through 6 is on the fundamentals of thermodynamics; Part II – Chapters 7 and 9 is on gas dynamics; and Part III – Chapters 10 through 14 is on combustion (Published 1/12/2022).
2022-2023 Halliburton Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering Technology, University of Houston, Downtown
2015 ASCE Outstanding Reviewer, Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice.
2015 Fellow in Air Force Office of Sponsored Research (AFOSR) Summer Faculty Fellowship Program at AFRL - Aerospace Systems Directorate.
2009 American Society of Civil Engineers Excellence in Civil Engineering Education Teaching Workshop (ExCEED) Fellowship, United States Military Academy at West Point, New York.
FaST Fellow, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, Washington, 2007.
10th Annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEMES) Education Scholars Program, Howard University, June 27th to June 30th, 2006.
Graduate Award, Best Environmental Research, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Tulane University, 2005.
Department of Energy Fellow; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, Washington; 2003-2004.
Louisiana Board of Regents Fellow; Tulane University, Civil Engineering Department; 1999-2003.
Civil Engineering Honor Society, University of New Orleans.
Foust and Babrawala (2022). "Hydrology 101 and Recent Hydrology Research"; Presentation given as part of the 2022-2023 UHD Computer Science and Engineering Technology Seminars, October 25.
Foust (2021). A series of training seminars on Texas Water Development Board's Flood Infrastructure Fund where some of the dates were 1/13, 1/27 and 3/10. There were eight seminars.
Foust (2020). "Flood Resiliency for St. Marys, GA." Presentation given to a graduate seminar at Texas A&M, San Antonio, Water Resources Institute, September 11th.
Foust (2018). "Modified Rankine Hugoniot Theory to account for considerations of turbulence and mass divergence"; ASME's Summer Fluid Engineering Conference, Montreal, July 15th to 20th.
Fisk, Tjandra, Vaughan, and Foust (2018). "Approximate Solutions for Similarity Transformations of Cylindrical Shock Waves in a Rotational Axisymmetric Gas Flow"; UST Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Foust (2016). "An adaptive time step based on Taylor Remainders"; 2016 IBII International Conference on Mathematics and Application; Woodlands, TX 4/28 through 4/30.
Cawley, McCormack, and Foust (2016). "Study of the heat addition step for a Rotational Detonation Engine"; UST Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Foust (2015). "Δs versus T relationships for RDE, Constant Volume, and Constant Pressure Combustion"; Final Presentation for AFRL Summer Faculty Fellowship, WPAFB, July 23.
Foust (2015). "Delineating the Δs versus T Behavior for the Rotational Detonation Engine"; Prospectus Presentation for AFRL Summer Faculty Fellowship, WPAFB, July 2.
Doan, Parrish and Foust (2015). "An approximate Model for Critical Flow of Binary Gases." UST Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Villifana, Pirela, Krishnaswamy, Tafa, Daliri, Mohammad and Foust (2014). "Determination of Mass Efflux from a Pressurized Vessel." UST Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Foust (2013). "Isentropic, choked flow utilizing the Peng-Robinson Equations of State;" 2013 ASME Fluids Engineering Conference, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, July 7th through July 11th.
Ollero, Bahn, and Foust (2013). "Development of an approximate method for the perimeter of an ellipse"; 2013 UST Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Foust (2013). "Isentropic, choked flow utilizing the Peng-Robison Equations of State;" UST, Chemistry Senior Seminar Series, January 18th.
Robinson, Broussard, Watt and Foust (2012). "Determination of drag reduction when using aerogels, Teflon®, and zeolites with super-hydrophobic surfaces." 2012 ASME Fluids Engineering Meeting, Solid-Liquid Symposium.
Foust, Robinson, and Broussard (2012). Closure presentation for NASA EPSCoR Project, Glen Research Center, NASA, Cleveland, OH, June 19th.
Foust (2012). "Biomimicry and plastron drag reduction" presented as part of NSU's Research Week.
Foust and Sever (2011). "Utilizing Super-Hydrophobic Surfaces to Reduce Energy Requirements in a Packed Bed Reactor"; ZIN Technologies, Cleveland, OH, October 12th.
Foust and Sever (2010). "Effects of Pipe Sags on Hydrogen Sulfide Production"; College of Engineering, Old Dominion University, December 11th.
Duignan, Foust, Ghosehajra, and Sever (2010). "Utilizing particle capture models and genetic algorithms to maximize cross-flow filter permeate volumes." Department of Energy, EM Waste Processing Technical Exchange, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16th to 18th.
Foust, Hebert and Prasai (2010). "Understanding how smaller treatment batches can increase production of solids and sodium associated with WTP at Hanford DOE facility." Department of Energy, EM Waste Processing Technical Exchange, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16th to 18th.
Foust (2010). "Utilizing particle size capture models to maximize permeate volumes." Tamkang University, Tamsui, Taiwan, August 12.
Foust (2010). "Empirical model that relates mitigation of salt water intrusion with societal impacts of increase flow rate discharge on Bayou Lafourche." State of the Coast Conference, June 8th.
"Nuclear Waste Legacy and Technical Challenges Hanford Department of Energy (DOE) Facility", University of Houston, College of Technology Seminar, September, 2009.
Recruitment Event as part of "Engineering Recruitment" associated with St. Charles Parish's Satellite Campus, March, 2009.
"Sintering Paradigm for Fouling." Presentation given at the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems, Mississippi State University, November, 2007.
Foust, Henry (2007). "Nuclear Legacy of Hanford and the Design for a proposed Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant." Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar Series, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, October 12th.
Kandiah, Ramani and Foust, Henry. "Correlating Variogram structures of distributed sediment Heavy Metal Concentrations to the Sedimentation Mechanism." The Sixteenth Annual AEHS Meeting and West Coast Conference on Soils, Sediments, and Water, March 13-16, 2006.
Closure presentation for Department of Energy Internship; Department of Energy, Office of River Protection; Richland, Washington (2004).
Presentation on the "Operation of MINICAMS below Sixty degrees Fahrenheit"; Rocky Mountain Arsenal; Denver, Colorado; 1999.
Public Health Presentation, E. coli legislation of Colorado Federal Regulations (1997); Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.