Gordon B. Batson
Professor Emeritus (Joined Clarkson in 1961)
105 Snell Hall (Downtown)
PO Box 5710
Potsdam, NY 13699-5710
PhD Civil Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University 1962
MS Civil Engineering - University of Maine 1956
BS Civil Engineering - University of Maine 1955
PE - New York State
Structural mechanics (statics, strength of materials, dynamics, structural analysis, structural design); GIS and GPS in civil engineering.
Structural applications: strength and deformations of steel fiber reinforced concrete; fracture mechanics of brittle materials; nondestructive testing; and remote sensing with ground penetrating radar.
F. Reza, G.B. Batson, J.A. Yamamuro and J.S. Lee, "Electrical Tagging of Cement Composits for Nondestructive Integrity Monitoring," Proceedings SPIE, Vol. 3396, San Antonio, TX, pp. 196-206, March 31 - April 1, 1998
A.-B. Eissa and G.B. Batson, "Model for Predicting the Fracture Process Zone and R-Curve for High Strength FRC," Cement and Concrete Composites, 18:125-133, 1996.
J.S. Lee and G.B. Batson, "Electrical Tagging of Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites," ASCE Materials Conference, Washington, DC, pp. 887-896, Nov. 1996.