Computer Applications in Hydraulic Engineering, 7th edition. Thomas Walski, Thomas E Barnard, S. Rocky Durrans, Michael E. Meadows, and Brian E. Whitman. Bentley Institute Press. January 2007.
Modeling Leakage Reduction Through Pressure Control. Thomas Walski, William Bezts, Emanuel T. Posluszny, Mark Weir, and Brian E. Whitman. Journal of the American Water Works Association (AWWA). April 2006. 98:147-155
Wastewater Collection System Modeling and Design, 1st Edition. Thomas Walski, Thomas E. Barnard, LaVere B. Merritt, Eric Harold, Noah Walker and Brian E.Whitman. Haestad Methods Press. 2004.
Understanding the Hydraulics of Water Distribution System Leaks. Thomas Walski, William Bezts, Emanuel T. Posluszny, Mark Weir and Brian E. Whitman. 2004 World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, American Society for Civil Engineers Salt Lake City, UT., June/July 2004. Full paper published in the conference proceedings.
A Freshman Course in Computer Applications. Thyagarajan Srinivasan, Jamal Ghorieshi, and Brian E. Whitman. 2003. American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference, Nashville TN. June 2003. Full paper published in the conference proceedings.
Using Current Engineering Software in a Senior-Level Hydraulics Course at a Small Undergraduate University. Brian E. Whitman. 2003 World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, American Society for Civil Engineers
Philadelphia, PA., June 2003. Full paper published in the conference proceedings.
Invited Speaker for a Short Course Titled: Incorporating Hydrology & Hydraulics Software in Engineering Education
Naphthalene Uptake by a Pseudomonas fluorescens Isolate. Brian E. Whitman, Donald R. Lueking, and James R. Mihelcic. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 1998. 44:1086-1093.
Naphthalene Biosorption in Soil/Water Systems of Low or High Sorptive Capacity.
Brian E. Whitman, James R. Mihelcic, and Donald R. Lueking. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 1995. 43:539-544.