Henry R Bungay III

Henry R Bungay  III
Professor Emeritus
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Educational Materials


A faculty member since 1976, Professor Bungay previously worked for Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis and Worthington Biochemical Corporation in Freehold, NJ, was a Program Manager at the National Science Foundation and at ERDA (now the U.S. Department of Energy), was the Resident Energy Fellow at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, and held academic positions at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Clemson University. He is the author of five books on environmental and biochemical engineering.



    Ph.D. Biochemistry (Syracuse University, 1955)
    B.Ch.E. Chemical Engineering (Cornell University, 1949)

    Selected Scholarly Works

    Energy, the Biomass Options (1981)

    Computer Games and Simulation for Biochemical Engineering (1985)

    BASIC Environmental Engineering (1988)

    BASIC Biochemical Engineering (1989)

    Environmental Systems Engineering (1998)

    Pulse Distribution Analysis Device (1966)

    Reaction Container for Chemical Analysis (1976)

    Chemical analysis method using reaction container (1977)

    Production of microbial cellulose using a rotating disk film bioreactor (1999)

    Method for Preparation of Microbial Cellulose (2000)

    Listing of Books and Journal Articles

    What is Chemical Engineering and Why Be a Chemical Engineer?