Schenck, Hilbert

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SCHENCK, Hilbert

SCHENCK, Hilbert. American, b. 1926. Genres: Science fiction/Fantasy, Engineering, Sports/Fitness, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Test Engineer, Pratt and Whitney Aircraft, East Hartford, Conn., 1952-56; Assistant Professor to Professor, Clarkson College, Potsdam, New York, 1956-66; Professor, 1966-83, and Director of the Scuba Safety Project, 1968-80, University of Rhode Island, Kingston. Publications: SCIENCE FICTION: Wave Rider (short stories), 1980; At the Eye of the Ocean (novel), 1980; A Rose for Armageddon (novel), 1982; Chronosequence (novel), 1988. OTHER: (with H. Kendall) Shallow Water Diving for Pleasure and Profit, 1950; (with H. Kendall) Underwater Photography, 1954; (with H. Kendall) Shallow Water Diving and Spearfishing, 1954; Skin Diver's and Spearfisherman's Guide to American Waters, 1955; Heat Transfer, 1959; (with R. Kenyon) Thermodynamics, 1961; An Introduction to the Engineering Research Project, 1962; Fortran Methods in Heat Flow, 1963; Theories of Engineering Experimentation, 1963, 3rd ed. 1978; Case Studies in Experimental Engineering: A Programmed Approach (text book) McGraw-Hill, 1970; (ed.) Introduction to Ocean Engineering, 1975. Address: 343 Delano Rd., Marion, MA 02738, U.S.A.