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Vita for Walter L. Bradley

Distinguished Professor of Engineering
Baylor University
Waco, Texas

Personal Data

Birthdate: December 27, 1943
Birthplace: Dallas, Texas
Citizenship: U.S.A.
Marital Status: Married
Children: 2 married children; seven grandchildren

Education

  • Ph.D., Materials Science, University of Texas at Austin, 1968
  • B.S., Engineering Science, University of Texas at Austin, 1965

Teaching/Research Positions

  • Baylor University, Distinguished Professor of Engineering, 2002-present
  • Texas A&M University, Mechanical Engineering
    • Head of Department, 1989 1993
    • Professor, 1979 2000
    • Associate Professor, 1976 1979
    • Director, Polymer Technology Center, 1987-1989, 1994-2000
  • Federal Technical University of Lausanne (Switzerland)
    • Visiting Professor, 5/91 8/91
  • Colorado School of Mines, Metallurgical Engineering
    • Associate Professor, 1971 1976
    • Assistant Professor 1968 1971
  • Federal University of Minas Gerias, Brazil
    • Visiting Professor 3/74 8/74
  • Lawrence Livermore Laboratory
    • Visiting Research Scientist 6/73-8/73

Industrial Consulting (selective)

Failure Analyses (various law firms, approximately 96 cases, including 14 multi million dollar cases, (equally divided between plaintiff and defendant)
  • Chilton JM Clipper Advanced MicroDevices Phillips Petroleum Company
  • Chevron-Phillips Plastics Company
  • Mac Truck
  • State of Louisiana
  • FSIS
  • Wirsbo
  • Dow Chemical
  • 3M Corporation
  • B. F. Goodrich
  • Idell Construction Company
  • DuPont (Wilmington)
  • Carbomedics
  • Wall Colmonoy
  • Radian
  • Exxon
  • Intermedic
  • General Dynamics
  • WellTech
  • Phillips Petroleum
  • Xerkon
  • Interstate Coal Company
  • Turnbow Trailer Company
  • Marathon Marine Engineering
  • Ductile Iron Society
  • Lufkin Industries
  • Quebec Iron and Titanium
  • Brown and Root, Inc.
  • Boeing, Seattle, Washington
  • Hexcel Corporation, Dublin, California
  • Shell Oil Company, Houston, Texas
  • Texaco, [Port Arthur]
  • Texas Utilities, Dallas
  • Gray Tool Company, Houston
  • Shell Oil Company, New Orleans,
  • Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, CA
  • Weld Met Engineering, Houston
  • McGraw Hill Corporation, New York
  • Iron Casting Society
  • Reinhart and Associates, Austin, Texas Dupont, Victoria, Texas
  • Texas Railroad Commission
  • Dow Chemical, Rocky Flats Plant, Colorado
  • Brazilian Government FINEP
  • Usiminas Steel Company, Brazil
  • R. W. Beck & Associates, Denver, CO
  • Alumite Corporation, Denver, CO
  • Lawrence Livermore Laboratory
  • Oil Well Div. of U.S. Steel
  • Summer Engineer, Oil Well Division of U.S. Steel
  • Summer Engineer, Humble Oil Company (EXXON)

Companies Started

  • Materials Performance, Inc. (formerly Analytical and Metallurgical Services, Inc.), 1986-present.
  • 1QuestLearning, Inc. (formerly Time Management and Study Strategies), 1994-present

Society Memberships

(not all current)
  • Society of Plastics Engineers
  • American Society for Testing and Materials
  • Phi Kappa Phi
  • Phi Eta Sigma
  • Tau Beta Pi
  • Pi Tau Sigma
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • American Chemical Society
  • American Society for Materials

Honors, Awards, Listing and Patents

  • Charles Crawford Award, College of Engineering, Texas A&M University, for outstanding contributions to College (one award per year out of ~ 400 professors), 1995
  • Best Materials Paper of 1978, American Nuclear Society Annual Award
    Halliburton Professorship for College of Engineering (1980 1981, rotating professorship)
  • National Science Foundation Fellowship, 1965-1968
  • Marquis' Who's Who in Science and Engineering, 1994-present
  • Outstanding Prof. Award (2-3 professors selected / year out of 200 professors total; for outstanding teaching), Colorado School of Mines, 1968 1969; 1975 1976,
  • FELLOW, American Society for Materials, inducted in 1991
  • FELLOW, American Scientific Affiliation, inducted in 1993
  • TEES Research Fellow, 1982 1985 (outstanding researcher)
  • Senior TEES Research Fellow, 1985 2000 (outstanding researcher)
  • Patents 2 for Manufacture and Use of ZrB2 /Cu or TiB2 /Cu Composite Electrodes

Recent Publications(12) and Presentations(41): 2003-2006

Publications


12. Bradley, Walter L., 2006, “Increasing Retention by Incorporating Time Management and Study Skills into Freshmen Engineering Course-New Results”, Proceeding of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Meeting, Chicago, June 2006.

11. Stucker, Brett and Bradley, Walter, 2006, “Wetting and Infiltration of Zirconium Di-boride by Copper and Copper/Boron Alloys”, Rapid Prototyping Journal 12/3, pp. 129-135.

10. Bradley, Walter L. and Huang, Howard, 2006, “Converting Coconuts into Value-Added Products: Serving Christ by Serving the Poorest of the Poor”, Proceedings of the Christian Engineering Educators Conference, Olivet Nazarene College, June 22, 2006. (Grand Rapids: Calvin College), pp 35-40.

9. Bradley, Walter L., Jason Poel, and Howard Huang, 2006, “Cocos Nucifera: An Abundant Renewable Source of Energy in the Developing World”, Proceeding of International Conference on Renewable Energy for the Developing World, Washington, D.C., April 6-7, 2006 (Washington, D.C.: University of District of Columbia).

8. Bradley, Walter L., 2006, “Phillip Johnson and the Intelligent Design Movement: A Retrospective and Prospective”, in Darwin’s Nemesis: Phillip Johnson and the Intelligent Design Movement, ed. William A. Dembski. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press. 2006, pp. 210-225.

7. Walter L. Bradley, 2004, “Information, Entropy and the Origin of Life”, in Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA, ed. By William A. Dembski and Michael Ruse (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 332-351.

6. Bradley, Walter L., “Increasing Retention by Incorporating Time Management and Study Skills into A Freshmen Engineering Course”, Proceedings of Annual Meeting of American Society for Engineering Education, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 20-24, 2004.

5. Skurla, Carolyn, Thomas, Brian, Bradley, Walter, “Teaching Freshmen Engineering Using Design Projects and Laboratory Exercises to Increase Retention” Proceedings of Annual Meeting of American Society for Engineering Education, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 20-24, 2004.

4. Bradley, Steven, Archie Goodman, Angela Winkler, and Walter Bradley, “Bring it on! Taking Learning Skills to Specific Campus Populations”, Proceedings of First Year Experience Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, February 2004.

3. Newberry, Byron and Walter L. Bradley, “Science and Appropriate Technology for Underdeveloped Countries: One Emphasis in the Master of Engineering Program at Baylor University”, Proceedings of ISTAS/IEEE 2004 Conference.

2. Bradley, Walter L., “Does Scientific Evidence Support an Intelligently Designed Universe?”, Science: Christian Perspectives for the New Millennium, 2003, Atlanta:RZIM Publishers. p. 159-205.

1. Reeder, J.R., D.H. Allen, W.L. Bradley, “Effect of Elevated Temperature and Loading Rate on Delamination Fracture Toughness”, Proceedings of International Conference on Composite Materials, July 2003.

Presentations


41. Walter L. Bradley, “Converting Coconuts into Value-Added Products: Serving Christ by Serving the Poorest of the Poor”, Annual Meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation, Calvin College, July 29, 2006.

40. Walter L. Bradley, “Converting Coconuts into Value Added Products”, invited lecture at Ateneo University, Manila, Philippines, July 20, 2006.

37-39. Walter L. Bradley, “On Being an Christian Professor in the Secular Academe”, conference plenary presentation, “Facing the Giants in the Land”, conference plenary presentation, “Is Their Scientific Evidence for the Existence of God”, all at National Christian Faculty Conference in Taipei, Taiwan, July 16-18, 2006.

35-36. Walter L. Bradley, “On Being a Christian Professor in the Secular Academe”, conference plenary presentation and also “Facing the Giants in the Land”, session plenary presentation, at National Faculty Leadership Conference, Washington, DC, June 22-24, 2006.

34. Walter L. Bradley, “Serve Learning Engineering and Deploying Appropriate Technology for Developing Countries at Baylor University”, National Service Learning Symposium sponsored by NSF, May 24-25, 2006, Washington, D.C.

33. Bradley, Walter L., “Increasing Retention by Incorporating Time Management and Study Skills into Freshmen Engineering Course-New Results”, American Society for Engineering Education Annual Meeting, Chicago, June 20, 2006.

32. Bradley, Walter and Huang, Howard, “Converting Coconuts into Value-Added Products: Serving Christ by Serving the Poorest of the Poor”, Christian Engineering Educators Conference, Olivet Nazarene College, June 21, 2006.

31. Walter L. Bradley, “Engineering and Deploying Appropriate Technology in Developing Countries as Service Learning” (for College of Engineering ), and “On Being a Christian in the Academe” (Christian faculty luncheon) and “My Quest for Success” (favorite faculty banquet sponsored by multiple Christian student groups), University of Arkansas, April 21, 2006.

30. Walter L. Bradley and Howard Huang, “Coconuts as an Abundant, Renewable Source of Energy in the Developing World”, International Conference on Renewable Energy for Developing Countries, April 5-6, 2006, Washington, D.C

29. Walter L. Bradley, “Converting Coconuts into Value-Added Products to Provide Economic Development in the Third World Countries”, invited presentation for the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Association (NCIIA) Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, March 23-25, 2006. (also one of 11 projects they are funding nationally that was invited to be an exhibitor and one 3 that they had interviewed for television and NPR radio).

28. Walter L. Bradley, “Supernatural Living in a Naturalistic Culture”, High Ground Conference (for Christian Business Executives), Beaver Creek, Colorado, March 1, 2006.

27. Walter L. Bradley, “Appropriate Technology for Developing Countries: A New, Integrated Approach for Missions”, Saddleback Church, Santa Ana, California, February 16, 2006

26. Walter L. Bradley, “International Service Learning: Appropriate Technology for Developing Countries” (in school of Engineering) and “How to Make an Impact Rather than Just an Impression as a Christian Professor in the Academy” (evening banquet for Christian faculty of KW), Kentucky Western, February 10, 2006

25. Walter L. Bradley, “On Being a Christian in the Academe” (luncheon for Christian faculty) and “Is There Scientific Evidence for an Intelligent Designer of the Universe” (evening campus wide program for ~700), Indiana University, October 16, 2005

24. Jason Poel and Walter Bradley, “Converting Coconuts into Value Added Products to Provide Economic Development in Third World Countries”, presented at annual meeting of Engineers for a Sustainable World, Austin, TX.,October 7-10, 2005.

23. Walter L. Bradley, “Converting Coconuts into Value Added Products: Engineering to Help the Poorest of the Poor in Developing Countries”, presented at the annual meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation, Messiah College, Grantham, PA, August 4, 2005.

22. Walter L. Bradley, “On Being a Christian Professor in the Academe”, Georgia Tech luncheon presentation and University of Georgia banquet presentation, August 25, 2005.

21. Walter L. Bradley, “Proclaiming Truth in the Post-Modern Academy” and “On Being a Missionary to the Academe as a Christian Professor”, Sunday morning church wide Sunday School and Sunday morning service presentations, Christian the King Evangelical Presbyterian Church., May 1, 2005

20. Walter L. Bradley, “A Christian View of Contentment”, High Ground Conference (for Christian Businessmen), Beaver Creek, Colorado, March 2, 2005.

19. Walter L. Bradley and John Pumwa, “Converting Coconuts into a Variety of Value Added Products”, International Conference on Sustainable Development, Boulder, CO, October 1, 2004

18. Walter L. Bradley and John Pumwa, “Coconut Bio-Diesel: A Renewable Resource for Rural Electrification”, Engineers Without Borders Annual Meeting, Boulder, CO, September 23, 2004

17. Walter L. Bradley and Steven W. Bradley, “Success4Students: Helping Equip Students for College”, NCCEP/GEAR UP National Conference on “Cultivating Student Success”, Washington, D.C., July 27, 2004

16. Byron Newberry and Walter Bradley, “Science and Appropriate Technology for Underdeveloped Countries: One Emphasis in the Master of Engineering Program at Baylor University” (with Byron Newberry), ISTAS/IEEE 2004 Annual Conference, July 2004.

15. Walter L. Bradley and Steven W. Bradley, “Increasing Retention by Incorporating Time Management and Study Skills into a Freshmen Engineering Course”, ASEE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, June 20-24, 2004.

14. Walter L. Bradley, Carolyn Skurla and Brian Thomas, “Teaching Freshmen Engineering Using Design Projects and Laboratory Exercises to Increase Retention”, ASEE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, June 20-24, 2004

13. Walter L. Bradley, “Is There Scientific Evidence for the Existence of God?”, “The Relationship of Truth to Freedom: A Christian Perspective”, “My Quest for Success”, Princeton University, April 3-4, 2003. ~500 in total attendance

12. Walter L. Bradley, “Information, Entropy and the Origin of Life”, invited presentation for Intelligent Design Symposium, Biola University, Santa Ana, California, April 4, 2004.

11. Walter L. Bradley, Endowed Science Speaker Program for Trinity Christian Academy, Dallas, Texas, 2003 – one evening presentation on “Scientific Evidence for the Existence of God” and presentations on several topics on the origin of life and reconciling science and the Bible in 5 classes; recruiting lunch for Baylor, March 24-26, 2003. ~500 total attendance

10. Walter L. Bradley, “Was There Physical Death Before the Fall?” invited presentation for Symposium on Creation, Dallas Theological Seminary, March 16, 2004.

9. Walter L. Bradley and Steven W. Bradley, “Can Incorporating Time Management and Study Skills into a Freshmen Engineering Course Increase Retention?” , 15th Annual Teaching Academic Survival Skills Conference, West Palm Beach, FL, March 9, 2004.

8. Walter L. Bradley, “Is There Scientific Evidence for the Existence of God?”, SMU, November 4, 2003, lunch-time program for faculty and business people ~150; evening program on same topic.

7. Walter L. Bradley, “Is There Scientific Evidence for the Existence of God?”, chapel speaker for LeTourneau University, Longview, Texas, October 15th, 2003. ~800 in attendance

6. Walter L. Bradley, “The New Meaning of Tolerance in the Academy”, Academic Freedom & Religious Expression in the Academy, conference sponsored by the C.S. Lewis Foundation, University of California, Berkeley, October 4, 2003

5. Walter L. Bradley, “Creative Ways to Have a Christian Influence with Your Students”, Pew Charitable Trust Annual Lecturer (also did “Scientific Evidence for the Existence of God”, Union University, Tennessee, October

2-3, 2003 ~150 total

4. Walter L. Bradley, “Incorporating Time Management and Study Skills into a Freshmen Engineering Course”, International Conference for First Year Experience”, Vancouver, BC, July 8-10, 2003.

3. Walter L. Bradley, “The Relationship of Truth to Freedom in Life: A Christian Perspective”, High Ground Conference (for Christian business men from around the country – including about 10 Baylor alumni), Beaver Creek, February 27-28, 2003. ~150 in attendance.

2. Walter Bradley, main speaker for conference for Christian Faculty at secular universities in Southeast, 4 presentations, ~50 in attendance, Atlanta, Georgia, February 20-21, 2003.

1. Walter L. Bradley, “Is There Scientific Evidence for the Existence of God?”, Methodist Church in Katy, Texas, Sunday, 1/19/2003, 1450 in attendance.


Publications and Presentations


1. Research Publications (1968-2000) -- 149


1. Journal Articles (materials science and engineering)

S.W. Bradley, W.L. Bradley, and P.M. Puckett, “On the Variety of Moduli in Polymeric Solids”, Symposium on Limitations of Test Methods for Plastics, ASTM STP 1369, ed. James S. Peraro, American Society for Testing and Materials, West Conshohocken, PA, 2000, pp. 10-22.

S. Norasetthekul, P.T. Eubank, B.E. Stucker, W.L. Bradley & Bedri Bozkurt, “Use of Zirconium Diboride-Copper as an Electrode in Plasma Applications,” J. Material Science, 1999. Vol. 34(6), pp. 1261-1270.

Bradley, W.L., “The Variation of G1c and ?1c with Crack Growth Rate in Polyethylene”, Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 1998. Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 86-93.

Bradley, W.L., Cantwell, W.J., and H.H. Kausch, “Viscoelastic Creep Crack Growth: A Review of Fracture Mechanical Analyses”, Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials, 1998, Vol. 1, pp. 241-268.

Puh, J.S., Wagner, P.A., Little, B.J., and Bradley, W.L., “Effect of Bio-fouling on Graphite/Epoxy Composites”, Journal of Composites Technology and Research, 1998, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 59-68.

Bradley, S.W., Puckett, P.M., Bradley, W.L. and Sue, H.J., “Viscoelastic Creep Characteristics of Neat Thermosets Reinforced with E-Glass”, Journal of Composites Technology and Research, 1998, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 51-58.

Wood, C.A., and Bradley, W.L., “Determination of the Effect of Seawater on the Interfacial Strength of an Interlayer E-Glass/Graphite/Epoxy Composite by In Situ Observation of Transverse Cracking in an Environment SEM,” Composite Science and Technology, 1997, Vol. 57, No. 8, pp. 1033-1043.

Chiou, P.-L. and Bradley, W.L., “Effect of Seawater on Strength and Durability of Glass/Epoxy Filament Wound Types as Revealed by Acoustic Emission Analysis,” Journal of Composites Technology and Research, 1997, Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 214-221.

Pratt, B.A. and Bradley, W.L., “Effect of Moisture on the Interfacial Shear Strength: A Study Using the Single Fiber Fragmentation Test”, High Temperature and Environmental Effects on Polymeric Composites: 2nd Volume, ASTM STP 1302, Thomas S. Gates and Abdul-Hamid Zureick, Eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, 1997, pp. 64-72.

Wood C. and Bradley W., “A New Technique to Study the Interfacial Strength and Transverse Cracking Scenario in Composite Materials”, Fiber, Matrix and Interface Properties, ASTM STP 1290, C.J. Spragg and L.T. Drzal, Eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1996, pp. 132-151.

P.L. Chiou and W.L. Bradley, “Moisture-Induced Degradation of Glass/Epoxy Filament-Wound Composite Tubes,” Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials,” Vol. 9, April 1996, pp. 118-128.

Corleto, C.R., Sosa, J., Bradley, W.L., Hurtado, J. Daumerie, M., “Fracture Behavior of High Impact Polystyrene Under an Aggressive Environment”, Polymer Engineering and Science, 1996, Vol. 36, pp. 146-150.

C. R. Corleto, W. L. Bradley and H. F. Brinson, “An Experimental Micro-mechanics Measurement Technique for Sub-Micron Domains”, Journal of Materials Science, 1996, Vol. 31, pp. 1803-1808.

Y.Q. Sun, W.L. Bradley, C. Corleto, and J. Tian, "Direct Measurement of Microscopic Strain Distribution in a Strain Field Near a Crack Tip", Experimental Mechanics, 1996, Vol. 36, No. 3, pp. 193-198.

W. L. Bradley and T. S. Grant, “The Effect of the Moisture Absorption in the Interfacial Strength of Polymeric Matrix Composites”, Journal of Materials Science, 1995, Vol. 30, pp. 5537-5542.

P.-L. Chiou and W. L. Bradley, “Effects of Seawater Absorption on Fatigue Crack Development in Carbon/Epoxy EDT Specimens”, Composites, 1995, Vol. 26, No. 12, pp. 869-876.

Bradley, S. W. and Bradley, W. L., “Analysis of Axle Housing of Crane Truck with Fracture Mechanics”, Engineering Failure Analysis, 1995, Vol. 4, pp. 233-246.

T. S. Grant and W.L. Bradley, "In-situ Observations in SEM of Degradation of Graphite/Epoxy Composite Materials Due to Seawater Immersion", Journal of Composite Materials, 1995, Vol. 29, No. 7, pp. 852-867.

D. L. Crane, W.L. Bradley,, and D. L. Barron, "Influence of Constituent Properties on Compressive Behavior of Laminates with Discontinuities", Cyclic Deformation, Fracture, and Nondestructive Evaluation, ASTM STP1157, M. R. Mitchell and O. Buck, Ed., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1992, pp. 171 189.

E. G. Guynn, O. Ochoa and W. L. Bradley, "Analysis of Fiber Microbuckling in Thermoplastic Composites," International Journal of Non Linear Mechanics, Vol. 27, 1992, pp. 1039 1047.

E. G. Guynn, O. Ochoa, and W. L. Bradley "A Parametric Study of Variables That Affect Microbuckling Initiation in Notched Composite Laminates: PART I Analysis," Journal of Composite Materials, Vol. 26 (1992), pp. 1594 1616.

E. G. Guynn, W. L. Bradley, and O. Ochoa, "A Parametric Study of Variables That Affect Fiber Microbuckling Initiation in Notched Composite Laminates: PART II Experiments,"Journal of Composite Materials, Vol. 26 (1992), pp. 1617 1643.

R.C. Burghardt, J.M. Ehrman, T. C. Stephens, M.F. Hibbs, W.L. Bradley, "Measurement of Microscopic Displacements in Graphite/Epoxy Composite Materials Using SEM Generated Fiducial Markers, Scanning, Vol.13, (l991), pp. 23 29.

E. G. Guynn and W. L. Bradley, "A Comparison of Experimental Observations and Numerical Predictions for the Initiation of Fiber Microbuckling in Notched Composite Laminates," Composite Materials: Fatigue and Fracture, Vol. 3, ASTM STP (1991), pp. 393 416.

W. L. Bradley and M.N. Srinivasan, "Fracture and Fracture Toughness of Cast Irons", International Materials Reviews, Vol. 35 (1990), pp. 129 162.

W. Jordan, W. L. Bradley, and R. J. Moulton, "Relating Resin Mechanical Properties to Composite Delamination Fracture Toughness," Journal of Composite Materials, Vol. 23 (1989) pp. 923 943.

W.L. Bradley, "Understanding the Translation of Neat Risen Toughness into Delamination Toughness in Composites", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 37, (1989), pp. 161 198.

E. G. Guynn and W. L. Bradley, "A Detailed Investigation of the Micromechanisms of Compressive Failure in Open Hole Composite Laminates", Journal of Composite Materials, Vol. 23 (1989), pp. 479 504.

M. Cayard and W. L. Bradley, "A Comparison of Several Analytical Techniques for Calculation of J R Curves from Load Displacement Data and Their Relationship to Specimen Geometry", Journal of Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Vol. 33 (1989), pp. 121 132.

E.G. Guynn and W. L. Bradley, "Measurement of the Stress Supported by the Crush Zone in Open Hole Composite Laminates Loaded in Compression", Journal of Reinforced Plastics andComposites, Vol. 8 (1989), pp. 133 149.

C.R. Corleto and W. L. Bradley, "Mode II Delamination Fracture Toughness of Unidirectional Graphite/Epoxy Composites," Composite Materials: Fatigue and Fracture, Second Volume, ASTM STP 1012, Paul A. Legace, Ed., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1989, pp. 201 221.

R.E Jones, Jr. and W L. Bradley, "Fracture Toughness Testing of Polyethylene Pipe Materials," Nonlinear Fracture Mechanics: Volume I Time Dependent Fracture, ASTM STP 995, A. Saxena, J.D. Landes and J.L. Bassani, Eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1989, pp. 447 456.

E.G. Guynn, W. L. Bradley, and W. Elber, "Micromechanics of Compressive Failures in Open Hole Composite Laminates", Composite Materials: Fatigue and Fracture, Second Volume, ASTM STP 1012, Paul A. Legace, Ed., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1989, pp. 118 136.

W. M. Jordan and W. L. Bradley, "Relationship Between Resin Mechanical Properties and Mode I Delamination Fracture Toughness," Journal of Materials Science, Vol. 7 (1988), pp. 1362 1364.

G. M. Tanner and W. L. Bradley, "The Dynamic Fracture Toughness of Ductile Iron as Measured on Compact Tension, Fatigue Precracked Charpy and Dynamic Tear Specimens," Fracture Mechanics, ASTM STP 945, D.T. Reed and R. P. Reed, Eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1988, pp. 405 418.

E. Chakachery and W. L. Bradley, "A Comparison of Crack Tip Damage Zone for Fracture of Hexcel F185 Heat Resin and T6T145/F185 Composite Material," Polymer Engineering and Science, Vol. 27 (1987), pp. 33 40.

R.E. Jones, Jr. and W. L. Bradley, "A Failure Analysis of a Polyethylene Natural Gas Pipeline", Forensic Engineering, Vol.1 (1987), pp. 47 61.

M. Hibbs and W. L. Bradley, "Correlations Between Micromechanical Failure Processes and Delamination Fracture Toughness of Graphite/Epoxy Composites," Fractography of Modern Engineering Materials, ASTM STP 948, J. E. Masters and J. J. Au, eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, PA 1987, pp. 68 97.

M. Hibbs, M. Tse, and W. L. Bradley, "Interlaminar Fracture Toughness and Real Time Fracture Mechanisms of Some Toughened Graphite Polymer Composites", Toughened Composites, ASTM STP 937, 1987, pp. 115 130.

W. L. Bradley and R. N. Cohen, "Matrix Deformation and Fracture in Graphite Reinforced Epoxies," Delamination and Debonding of Materials, ASTM STP 876, W.S. Johnson, Ed., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1985, pp. 389 410.

W. L. Bradley, K McKinney, and P. Gerhardt, Jr., "Fracture Toughness of Ductile Iron and Cast Steel," Fracture Mechanics, ASTM STP 905, J. H. Underwood, C. W. Smith, R. Chait, D. P. Wilhem, W. A. Andrews, and J. C. Newman, Eds., America Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1985, pp. 75 94.

W. L. Bradley, "Fracture Toughness of Nodular Iron, Journal of Metals, Vol. 37, No.1, pp. 74 78 (1985).

R. Salzbrenner, J.A. Van Den Avyle, T. J. Lutz, and W. L. Bradley,"Fracture Toughness Testing of Ductile Cast Irons," Fracture Mechanics, ASTM STP 868, M.F. Kanninen and A.T. Hopper, Eds., American Society Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, 1985, pp. 328 345.

K McKinney, W.L. Bradley and P. C. Gerhardt, Jr., "An Evaluation of the Toughness of Ductile Iron vs. Cast Steel Using Modified Charpy Test Specimens," Trans. American Foundrymen's Society, Vol. 92 (1984) pp. 239 250.

W. Jordan and W. L. Bradley, "Behavior of Graphite Epoxy Laminates," Technology Vectors, Vol. 20 (1984) pp. 1422 1437.

H. E. Mead, Jr. and W. L. Bradley, "Fracture Toughness Studies of Ductile Cast Iron Using J Integral Approach", Transactions of American Foundrymen's Society, Vol. 88 (1980), pp. 265 276.

W. L. Bradley, "Fracture Behavior of Gray Malleable and Ductile Cast Iron" Transaction of American Foundrymen's Society, Vol. 89 (1981), pp. 837 848.

D. Devitt, R.A. Schapery, and W. L. Bradley, "A Method for Determining the Model I Delamination Fracture Toughness of Elastic and Viscoelastic Composite Materials, Journal of Composite Materials, Vol. 14, (1980), pp. 270 288.

W. L. Bradley, "Further Studies of the Fracture Toughness of Ductile Iron," American Foundrymen's Society Transaction, Vol. 89, (1981), pp. 194 202. 1980.

T.A. Whipple, D.L. Olson, W. L. Bradley and D. K. Matlock, "Corrosion and Mechanical Behavior of Iron in Liquid Lithium," Nuclear Technology, Vol. 39, (1978), pp. 75 83.

N. J. Thompson and W. L. Bradley, "Heterogeneity of Deformation in Cold Rolled Brass," Journal of Basic Engineering for Industry, Vol. 100, (1978), pp. 217 221.
J. L. Kirk, D. K. Matlock, G.R. Glenn and W. L. Bradley, "Unusual Mechanical Effects During Static or Cyclic Creep of Al 4.6% Mg," Metallurgical Transaction, Vol. 8A, (1977), pp. 2030 2032.

B. C. Schwartz and W. L. Bradley, "The Low Temperature Annealing Behavior of Electroplated Nickel", Thin Solid Films, Vol. 39,(1976), pp. 279 286.

W. L. Bradley, J.S. August, and D.K Matlock, "The Effect of Grain Size on Creep Rate in Pure Aluminum at 408K," Metal Science Journal, Vol. 11, (1977), pp. 168 170.

D.E. Hill, L. Williams, G. Hah and W. L. Bradley, " The Effect of Physical Vapor Deposition Parameters on the Thermoelectric Power of Thin Film Molybdenum Nickel Junctions", Thin Solid Films, Vol. 40, (1977), pp. 263 270.

J. A. Reeves, Jr., D. L. Olson and W. L. Bradley, "Grain Boundary Penetration Kinetics of Nitrided 304L Stainless Steel", Nuclear Technology, Vol. 30, ( 1976), pp. 385 389.

W. L. Bradley, W. Renfroe and D. K. Matlock, "Recovery During Stress Relaxation Testing of Aluminum at 298K," Scripta Metallurgica, Vol. 10 (1976), pp. 905 908.

R.J. Schlager, R.A. Patterson, D.L. Olson, and W. L. Bradley, "Stainless Steel Weight Loss in Nitrogen Contaminated Liquid Lithium," Nuclear Technology, Vol. 29, (1976), 94 97.

W. Jordon, W. L. Bradley, and D.L. Olson, "Liquid Lithium Penetration of Stressed Armco Iron," Nuclear Technology, Vol. 29, ( 1976), pp. 209 214.

W. L. Bradley, and R. Mattos, "Predicting the Composite Hardness of Continuously Cooled Steel Using Isothermal Time Temperature Transformation Data", Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 21, (1975), No.3, pp. 227 237.

W. L. Bradley, S. W. Nam and D. K Matlock, "Fatigue Perturbed Creep of Pure Aluminum at Ambient Temperature," Metallurgical Transactions, Vol. 7A, (1976), pp. 425 430.

W. L. Bradley, S.W. Nam, and D. K Matlock, "Fatigue Perturbed Creep of Al 4. 6% Mg", Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 27, (1976), pp. 439 441.

R.R. Schlager, D. Olson, and W. L. Bradley, "Analytical Determination of Nitride Nitrogen in Lithium Coolants," Nuclear Technology, 1975.

Tom Glenn and Walter Bradley, "Origin of Strain Rate Sensitivity in Copper,"Metallurgical Transactions, Vol. 4A, (1973), pp. 2343 2348.

C.B. Coutinho and W. L. Bradley, "Interactions Between Molybdenum Dissilicide and Some Metals," American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 51, No. 9, (1972), pp. 689 691.

2. Book Chapters (materials science and engineering)

R.E. Jones, Jr., and W.L. Bradley, "Failure of a Squeeze Clamped Polyethylene Natural Gas Pipeline" in Case Histories in Failure Analysis. Vol II., Khlefa A. Esaklul, ed., Metals Park, Ohio: American Society of Materials, 1993, pp.482 486.

W. L. Bradley, W. Schultz, C. Corleto, and R. Komatsu, "Effect of Crosslink Density and Rubber Additions on the Fracture Toughness of Polymers", in Toughened Plastics I Engineering and Science, ed. K. Riew and A. Kinloch, Advances in Chemistry Series, #233 (Washington:American Chemical Society), (1993), pp. 317 334.

W. L. Bradley, "Micromechanisms of Delamination in Composite Materials," Chapter in International Encyclopedia of Composites, Vol. 3 (Stuart M. Lee, editor), New York, 1990, pp. 359-374.

W. L. Bradley, "The Role of Matrix Properties on the Toughness of Thermoplastic Composites," Thermoplastic Composite Materials, Leif A. Carlsson, R.B. Pipes (series ed.), Elsevier Science Publishers, 1990, pp. 295 329.

W. L. Bradley, "Fracture Toughness of Polymer Matrices in Relation to Interlaminar Fracture Toughness," Chapter 8 in Application of Fracture Mechanics to Composite Materials, editor K. Friedrich, Elsevier Book Series on Composite Materials, 1990, pp. 156 187.

W. L. Bradley, "Understanding the Translation of Neat Resin Toughness into Delamination Toughness in Composites, Chapter 6 in Interlaminar Fracture in Composites, editor, E. A. Armanios, (Aedermannsdorf, Switzerland: Trans Tech publications), 1989, pp. 161 198.

W. L. Bradley, "Fracture Mechanics Testing", in Inspection of Metals: Destructive Testing, R. C. Anderson (Metals Park, Ohio: American Society for Metals), 1988, pp. 60 93.

W. L. Bradley, "Failure Investigation: Principles and Practice": Chapter 1 in Fracture and Fracture Mechanics, R.B. Tait and G.G. Garrett, ed., (Oxford: Pergamon Press) 1985, pp. 3-16.

E.P. Dahlberg and W.L. Bradley, "Failure Analysis of an Ammonia Pressure Vessel", in Fracture and Fracture Mechanics, R.B. Tait and G.G. Garrett, ed. (Oxford: Pergamon Press) 1985, pp. 327 337.

M. Adler, and W.L. Bradley,"Dynamic Fracture Behavior of Ductile Iron," Fracture Prevention in Energy and Transport Systems," Engineering Materials Advisory Services, LTD., West Midlands, United Kingdom, Andler, 1984, pp. 524 545.

3. Conference Proceedings (materials science and engineering)

J.R. Reeder, D.H. Allen, and W.L. Bradley, “Effect of Elevated Temperature and Loading Rate on Delamination Fracture Toughness,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Composite Materials (ICCM), July 2003.

S.W. Bradley, J. El-Hibri, B.Bersted, and W.L. Bradley, “A Study of the Effect of Chlorine on Engineering Thermoplastics at Elevated Temperatures”, Proceedings of Society of Plastics Engineers, Annual Meeting, May 2000, Orlando, Florida, pp. 254-260.

Gill, J., Knapp, R., Bradley, W.L., Bradley, S., Durability of Crosslinked Polyethylene Pipe used in Chlorinated Hot Water Systems,” Pipes X, Sweden, September 1998 (Cambridge: Institute of Materials), pp. 621-630.

Bradley, W.L., Slay, J.B., Register, D. and Lamborn, M., “Time-Dependent Crack Growth in Polyethylene,” Pipes X, Sweden, September 1998 (Cambridge: Institute of Material), pp. 867-874.

Bradley, W.L., Wood, C.A., Pratt, B.A. and Chatawanich, C.S., “Effect of Seawater on the Interfacial Strength and Durability of Polymer Composites,” Progress in Durability Analysis of Composite Systems, edited by Kenneth L. Reifsnider and David A. Diller, (A.A. Balkema: Rotterdam), 1998, pp. 3-10.

P.T. Eubank, W.L. Bradley, B.E. Stucker, B. Bozkurt & S. Norasetthekul, A New Electrode Material Resistant to Spark Erosion, pp. 279-288, Proc. 12th Int. Symp. Electromachining, (ISEM-12), F. Klocke, Ed., Verein Deutscher Ingenieure, Berichte 1405, Dusseldorf, May 1998.

Gill, J., Knapp, R., Bradley, W. and Bradley, S., “Long-Term Durability of PEX Pipe in Hot Chlorinated Water Systems,” Proceedings of Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Meeting (ANTEC), Atlanta, April, 1998, pp. 3170-3174.

Bradley, W.L., Self, R.A., Register, D. and Lamborn, M., “Further Studies in Time-Dependent Crack Growth in Polyethylene”, Proceedings of Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Meeting (ANTEC), Atlanta, April, 1998, pp. 3166-3169.

Stucker, Brent E. and Bradley, W.L., “Diboride/Copper EDM Electrodes From Selective Laser Sintering,” Proceedings of the Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium ’97, August, 1997, Austin, TX .

P.T. Eubank, Walter Bradley, Brent Stucker, Bedri Bozkurt, Somchintana Norasetthekul, “A New Electrode Material Resistant to Spark/Arc Erosion,” 13th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, Beijing, China, August, 1997, (6 pages).

Bradley, W.L., Stucker, B., Eubank, P.J., Norasetthekul, S., Kim, E., and Bozhurt, B., “Rapid Prototyping of EDM Electrodes of Zinconium-Diboride/Copper, 30 Isata, Florence, Italy, pp. 132-135, June 1997.

Bradley, W.L., “Effect of Moisture on Interfacial Strength in Composites”, International Conference on Surfaces and Interfaces in Polymers and Composites, Lausanne, pp. 100-104, June 1-6th, 1997.

Self, R.A., Bradley, S.W., Bradley, W.L., Lamborn, M., and Register, D.F., “Time Dependent Crack Growth in Polyethylene,” Proceedings of Society of Plastics Engineers, Annual Meeting, Toronto, Vol. III, pp. 3337-3340, May, 1997.

Bradley, W.L., “Rapid Prototyping of Electric Discharge Machining Electrodes Using Selective Laser Sintering,” Rapid Prototyping & Manufacturing ‘97 Conference, Detroit, April, 1997.

Bradley, W.L., Wood, C.A., Chatawanich, C. and Pratt, C.A., “The Effect of Absorbed Moistures on Interfacial Strength in Polymeric Composites,” Conference on Deformation, Yield and Fracture of Polymers, Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, April, 1997.

Bradley, Steven W., and Bradley, Walter L., “The Effect of Chlorine on the Long-Term Durability of Crosslinked Polyethylene Pipe,” 10th International Conference on Deformation, Yield and Fracture of Polymers, Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, April 7-10, pp. 518-521, 1997.

Bradley, Walter L., Self, Robert, and Bradley, Steven W., “Time-Dependent Ductile and Brittle Fracture in Plastic Pipe,” 10th International and Conference on Deformation, Yield and Fracture of Polymers, Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, April 7-10, pp. 114-117, 1997.

P.M. Puckett, S.W. Bradley, W.L. Bradley, and H.J. Sue, “Viscoelastic Creep Characteristics of Neat and E-Glass Reinforced Thermoset Resins”, SAMPE 97, Dallas, TX, 1997, pp. 231-237.

W.L. Bradley and C.A. Wood, “Effect of Heterogeneities on Interfacial Strength in Polymeric Composites,” Proceeds of Annual Meeting of Society of Composites, Atlanta, October, 1996, pp. 655-665.

Hubert, P. Poorsartip, A., and Bradley, “Direct Observations of Transverse Flow in Fibre Reinforced Composite Materials during Processings,” Proceedings of Annual Meeting of American Society for Composites, Atlanta, October, 1996, pp. 738-747.

W.L. Bradley and B. Stucker, “Producing EDM Electrodes with Rapid Prototyping Techniques,” EDM 95 Conference Proceeding, Chicago, Sept., 1995.

S.W. Bradley and W.L. Bradley, “Slow Time-Dependent Crack Growth in Polyethylene”, Proceedings of Society for Plastics Engineers, Annual Meeting, Boston, 1995, pp. 335-344.

W. L. Bradley and C. Wood, “The Effect of Seawater on the Interfacial Strength of Graphite/Epoxy Composites”, accepted for conference entitled “High Technology Composites in Modern Applications”, Confu, Greece, September, 1995, pp. 89-93.

Chatawanich, C., and Bradley, W. L., “The Effect of Moisture on Glass/Epoxy Composites”, Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Conference on Composites and Engineering, New Orleans, LA, August, 1995, pp. 119-120.

Stucker, B., Bradley, W., Norasetthekul, S., and Eubank, P. T., “The Production of Electrical Discharge Machining Electrodes Using SLS: Preliminary Results”, Proceedings of the Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, Austin, TX, August, 1995.

Wood, C. and Bradley, W., L., “The Effect of Simulated Seawater on the Interfacial Strength of Carbon/Epoxy Composites”, Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Conference on Composites and Engineering, New Orleans, LA, August, 1995, pp. 823-824.

Bradley, W., Wood, C., and Chatawanich, C., “The Effect of Interfacial Strength, Microstructure and Moisture on Transverse Cracking in Composites”, Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Composite Materials”, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, August, 1995, pp. 311-318.

Chiou, P. and Bradley, W.L., "Moisture Induced Degradation of Glass/Epoxy Filament Wound Tubes", Proceedings of Annual Meeting of the Society for Composite Materials, Newark, Delaware, September, 1994.

P. Chiou, T. Grant, and W.L. Bradley, "Composites in Offshore Environments", Society of Manufacturing Engineers Annual Meeting, Anaheim, January, 1994, Paper EM 94 113, pp. 1 12.

Corleto, C. R. and W. L. Bradley, “Crack Tip Strain Fields in Epoxy Resins, presented at the Gordon Research Conference on Thermoset Polymers, Plymouth, New Hampshire, July 1994 (Poster Session).

P. Chiou, W.L. Bradley, and Tim Grant, "Composites in Offshore Environments,"Proceedings of NACE Annual Meeting, Savannah, Nov., 1993.

P. Chiou and W.L. Bradley, "The Effect of Seawater Exposure on the Fatigue Induced Delamination Crack Growth of a Carbon/Epoxy Composite", Proceedings of International Conference on Composite Materials, Madrid, 1993, pp. 516 523.

Stolarski, V., Letton, A., Bradley, W. L., and Cornwell, L. R., "Seawater Degradation of Polymer Composite Surfaces as Examined by FTIR Spectroscopy", Twelfth International Corrosion Congress, Houston, TX, pp. Paper No. 441, September, 1993.

W.L. Bradley, "Fracture Toughness of Graphitic Cast Iron", Proceedings of International Conference on Strength of Ductile Cast Iron and Other Cast Metals, July, 1993, Kitakyushu, Japan, pp. 402 413.

W.L. Bradley, "Why Charpy Impact Values Underestimate the Fracture Toughness of Ductile Iron", Proceedings of International Conference on Strength of Ductile Cast Iron and other Cast Metals, July, 1993, Kitakyushu, Japan, pp. 42 45.

P. Chiou and W.L. Bradley, "The Effect of Seawater Exposure on the Fatigue Behavior of a Polymeric Composite," Proceedings of Eleventh International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Calgary, Canada, pp. 95 106, June, 1992.

G. Guynn, O. Ochoa, and W. L. Bradley, "The Combined Effects of Nonlinear Matrix Constitutive Behavior and Initial Fiber Waviness on Fiber Microbuckling, "Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Engineering Science, pp. 332 337, Melbourne, Australia, August, 1991.

W.L. Bradley, "The Synergistic Effect of Crosslink Density and Rubber Additions on the Fracture Toughness of Thermoset Resins", 8th International Churchill Conference on Deformation, Yield and Fracture of Polymers, Cambridge, England, April, 1991 (Plastics and Rubber Institute).

A. Letton and W. L. Bradley, "Studies in Long Term Durability of Composites in Seawater,"Proceedings on the Use of Composite Materials in Load Bearing Marine Structures, Vol. 2, National Research Council, Arlington, VA, September 25 26, 1990, pp.153 177.

C. Corleto and W. L. Bradley, "Microcrack Density Damage Parameter as a Function of Normal and Shear Strain of a Fiber Reinforced Composite Material," Proceedings of American Society for Composites Annual Meeting: October, 1989, pp. 782 790.

M. Cayard and W. L. Bradley, "The Effect of Various Precracking Techniques on the Fracture Toughness of Plastics", Seventh International Conference on Fracture, March, 1989, Houston, Texas, pp. 2713 2723.

L. R. Cornwell and W. L. Bradley, "Rare Earth Inclusions and Cracking in ERW Pipe, "Proceedings of International Materials Congress, Chicago, 1988, American Society for Metals, Metals, Park, Ohio.

M. Hibbs and W. L. Bradley, "New Techniques in Strain Field Mapping Around Crack Tips,"Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Society of Experimental Mechanics, Savannah, Georgia, 1987, pp. 101 106.

C. Corleto, W. L. Bradley, and M. Henriksen, "Correspondence Between Stress Fields and Damage Zones Ahead of Crack tip of Composites Under Mode I and Mode II Delamination Loading," Proceedings of Sixth International Conference on Composite Materials, London, July, 1987, 3.378 3.388.

S. W. Nam, and W. L. Bradley, "A Physical Model of Cyclic Creep Deformation in Terms of the Effective Stress", Proceeding of Fifth International Mechanical Behavior of Materials Conference, Beijing, June, 1987, pp. 106 114.

W. Jordan, and W. L. Bradley, "The Relationship Between Resin Ductility and Composite Delamination Fracture Toughness," Proceedings of International Conference on Composite Materials, June, 1986., Beijing, China, pp. 445 451.

W. L. Bradley, "Failure Analysis of Airport Roof Collapse", Analyzing Failures: The Problems and the Solutions, ed., V.S. Goel, American Society for Society, Metals Park, Ohio, 1986, pp. 243 249.

W. L. Bradley, "Application of Fracture Mechanics to Pipeline Failure Analysis", Analyzing Failures: The Problems and Solutions, ed.,V.S. Goel, American Society for Metals, Metals Park, Ohio, 1986, pp. 243 254.

W. L. Bradley, "The Meaning and Significance of Hackles in Composite Materials, "International Conference on Post Failure Analysis Technique for Fiber Reinforced Composites, Dayton, Ohio, July, 1985, pp. 17 1 to 17 18.

R. Jones, and W. L. Bradley, "The Effect of Pinch Clamping on Subsequent Service Lifetime of Polyethylene Pipe", Proceedings of Gas Research Institute Symposium on Polyethylene Pipe, Chicago, June, 1985, pp. 27 36.

W. L. Bradley, and E. P. Dahlberg, "Failure Analysis of An Amrnonia Pressure Vessel" in Proceedings of 2nd National Conference on Fracture, Johannesburg, 1984, pp. 327 344.

E. Chakachery, and W. L. Bradley, "In Situ Delamination Fracture Studies of T6T145/F185 Composite Materials," Proceedings of International Fracture Conference Lt. New Delhi, India, December, 1984, pp. 452 457.

W. L. Bradley, "Delamination of Fracture of Graphite/Epoxy Composite Materials, "Mechanics of Composites Review, 1984, pp. 20 30.

W. L. Bradley, "Use of Fracture Mechanics in Pipeline Failure Analysis," Proceedings of Special ASM Conference on Use of Fracture Mechanics in Failure Analysis, 1983.

R. Cohen, and W. L. Bradley, "Transverse and Delamination Fracture Behavior of Graphite/Epoxy Composite Materials," Proceedings of Fourth International Conference on Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Stockholm, Sweden, August, 1983.

W.L. Bradley, and R Cohen, "In Situ Fractographic Study of Graphite/Epoxy Composite Materials," Proceedings of Sixth Annual Structural Composites Meeting, New Orleans, January, 1983.

N. Yven, and W. L. Bradley, "A New Uncoupled Viscoplastic Constitutive Model," Proceedings of a Conference on Constitutive Modelling, Akron, Ohio, May, 1982.

H. Mead, and W. L. Bradley, "J Integral Fracture Toughness Testing of Nodular Cast Iron,"Cast Metals for Structural and Pressure Containment Applications, ASME Conference Proceedings, American Society of Mechanical Engineering, New York, 1979.

H. Mead, and W. L. Bradley, "Fracture Toughness in Nodular Cast Iron" Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Cambridge, England, 1979.

W. L. Bradley, and D. Matlock "Cyclic Creep in Aluminum Alloys," Proceedings II International Conference on Mechanical Behavior, Matlock, 1976.

D. Olson, and W. L. Bradley, "Liquid Lithium Corrosion of Iron," Proceeding International Conference on Liquid Metal Corrosion, Olson, 1976.

W. L. Bradley, and M. Wilkov, "Fatigue Enhanced Diffusion of Nickel in Copper, "Proceeding of 1st International Conference on Microprobe Analysis, 1968.

3. Faith and Science Publications


Walter L. Bradley, “The Origin of Life”, to appear in Faith and Science, ed. William A. Dembski. Nashville: Southern Baptist Convention-North American Baptist Missions. 2006.

Walter L. Bradley, “Does Science Support the Bible?”, to appear in Apologetics Study Bible, ed. Ted Cabel. Nashville, TN: Broadman and Holman Publishers.

Bradley, Walter L., 2006, “The Intelligent Design Movement: A Retrospective” in Darwin’s Nemesis: Phillip Johnson and the Intelligent Design Movement, William A. Dembski, editor (Downer Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press), pp. 210-225.

Bradley, Walter L., 2004, “Entropy, Information and the Origin of Life”, in Debating Design: From Darwin to DNA, William Dembski and Michael Ruse, editors, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 331-351.

Bradley, Walter L., 2003, “Is There Scientific Evidence for an Intelligent Creator of the Universe?”, in Science: Christian Perspectives for the New Millennium, Scott Luley, Paul Copan, and Stan Wallace, editors, pp. 159-204.

Bradley, Walter L., 2001, “Why I Believe That the Bible Is Scientifically Reliable”, Why I Am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain Why They Believe, Norman L. Geisler and Paul K. Hoffman, editors. (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House), pp. 161-181.

Bradley, Walter L., 2001, “The Just So Universe: Fine Tuning of Constants and Conditions in the Cosmos”, Signs of Intelligence: Understanding Intelligent Design, William A. Dembski and James M. Kushiner, editors. (Grand Rapids, MI: Brazos Press, Baker Book House), pp. 157-170.

Bradley, Walter L., 2000, “Ministering in the Postmodern Academy”, in Telling the Truth: Evangelizing Postmoderns, D.A. Carson, editor, (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan), pp. 301-314.

Bradley, W.L., 1999, "The Designed Just So Universe", Touchstone : A Journal of Mere Christianity, Vol.12, No. 4, pp. 70-75.

Bradley, Walter L., 1999, Three Views of Creation and Evolution, J.P. Moreland and John Mark Reynolds, General Editors. (Downer Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press), pp. 76-80, 134-137, and 219-226.

Bradley, Walter L., 1998, "Design or Designoid" in Mere Creation: Science, Faith, and Intelligent Design , ed: William A. Dembski (Downer Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press), pp. 33-49.

Bradley, W.L. and Thaxton, C.B., 1994, "Information and the Origin of Life" in The Creation Hypothesis , ed: J.P. Moreland (Downer Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press), pp. 173-210.

Bradley, W.L., 1988, "Thermodynamics and the Origin of Life", Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith 40(2), pp. 72-83.

Mills, G.C., Lancester, Malcolm, and Bradley, Walter L., “Origin of Life and Evolution in Biology Textbooks – A Critique”, American Biology Teacher, Vol. 55 (No.2), February 1993, pp. 78-83.

Kok, Randall A., Taylor, John A., Bradley, Walter L., “A Statistical Examination of Self-Ordering of Amino Acids in Proteins”, Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere 18 (1988), pp. 135-142.

Bradley, Walter L. and Olsen, Roger, 1984, “The Trustworthiness of Scripture in Areas Relating to Natural Science”, Chapter 5 (pp. 283-348) from Hermeneutics, Inerrancy, and the Bible, Radmacher and Preus, eds. (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan)

Thaxton, C., Bradley, W.L., and Olsen, R., 1984, The Mystery of Life's Origin: Reassessing Current Theories. (Dallas: Lewis and Stanley).

Courses Tanught at Texas A&M University


ENGR 202, 213: Properties of Matter
ME 222: Introduction to Materials Science
ME 340: Structure and Properties of Metals and Alloys
ME 455: Engineering with Plastics
ME 467: Mechanical Behavior of Materials
ENGR 482: Engineering Ethics
ME 474*: Failure Analysis in Design and Manufacturing
ME 422*: Engineering Economics and Management
ME 623*: Applications of Engineering Fracture Mechanics
ME 671*: Failure Analysis
MM 607*: Flow and Fracture in Polymeric Materials
• New courses developed by Walter L. Bradley

Courses Taught at Baylor University

EGR 1301: Introduction to Engineering
EGR 4382: Materials Selection and Manufacturing in Design
EGR 5382: Life Prediction and Failure Analysis
EGR 5396: Fracture Mechanics

Short Courses and Workshops Taught

“Fracture Mechanics for Fracture Control and Structural Life Predictions”; Through TAMU, Annually, 1980 1999; through Bucknell University, 1985.

“Failure Analysis” for Federal University in Mexico (1980).

“Heat Treatment for Increased Productivity” for McGraw Hill (1982 1983).

“Fracture in Ductile Iron” for Quebec Iron and Titanium, Montreal, April, 1983.

“Applications of Fracture Mechanics” for University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, November, 1984.

“Failure Analysis” for University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, May, 1984.

“Fracture Macro and Micromechanics in Polymers”, Dow Chemical, 1986.

“Introduction to Elastic Plastic Fracture Mechanics”, Dow Chemical, 1989.

“Viscoelastic Fracture Mechanics”, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, 1991.

“Fracture Mechanics and Its Application to Polymers”, Fina Chemical Company, 1992.

Franklin Covey “7-Habitsof Highly Effective People” (TAMU – 1992-present)

Franklin Covey “Things that Matter Most” (TAMU 1999- present)

Franklin Covey “Four Roles of Leadership” (TAMU 2001-2002)

Time Management and Study Strategies for Students (TAMU and campuses around country; 1990-present)
Franklin Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective Professors”, Baylor, 2005-present

Graduate Student Supervision

Graduated 41 Master of Science Students (thesis option), 17 Ph.D. Students

Research Funding

1968-1976 (at Colorado School of Mines)
$200,000 (3 NSF projects, principal; 4 DOE projects co principal; 3 Alcoa projects, principal)

1976-1983 (at Texas A&M University)
$800,000 (3 AFOSR, co principal; 1 Texas Railroad Commission, principal; 2 Iron Casting Society, principal; 1 Sandia, principal; 3 NASA, Lewis, Co principal)

1983-1986 (at Texas A&M University)
$750,000 (AFOSR, NASA Langley, Dow Chemical, Lone Star Steel, Gray Tool, Ductile Iron Society, Texas Railroad Commission, Boeing principal on all except NASA Lewis where he was co principal.)

1987-1989 (at Texas A&M University)
$445,000 (AFOSR, NASA Langley, NSF, Dow Chemical, DuPont, 3M, principal on all but NSF)

1990 NSF (2-$105,000), NASA ($75,000) (I served as department head for our
1991 NSF ($60,000) department of 67 faculty, 40 staff, and 1500
1992 NSF ($75,000) students from 1990-1993, requiring essentially 1993 NSF ($75,000) full-time effort)

1994 3M, NIST, NSF $130,000
1995 NSF, NSF, NIST $245,000
1996- NSF, NSF, NIST, DOT, Navy $320,000
1997- NSF, TETRAP, PFC/PTC, Phillips, $360,000
1998- NSF, AFOSR, PFC/PTC-$230,000
1999- PFC/PTC - $280,000
2000- PFC/PTC – 235,000

2004-2006 – Curves International -- $900,000 (one of three co-principal investigators)
2005-2006 – $17,500, National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Association (NCIIA)

All research funding indicated includes ONLY my prorated share on projects where I had a co principal investigator. Total is ~ $4,820,000.