Biography: Cliff Davis is a consulting engineer in the Thermal Science and Safety Analysis Department at Idaho National Laboratory. He is experienced in the thermal-hydraulic analysis of a wide range of nuclear systems and transients. He has performed analyses for several candidates for Generation IV reactors, including reactors cooled by supercritical light water, lead bismuth and carbon dioxide, and also performed analyses for all major types of commercial U.S. reactors and other systems. Davis has worked at INL for over 30 years and has numerous publications. He was also involved in the licensing of RELAP5 for simulator applications. Davis has an M.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Idaho and a B.S. in mathematics with a minor in probability and statistics from Utah State University.
M.S., Mechanical Engineering - University of Idaho
B.S., Mathematics - Utah State University